What is the song or poem weighs up how you feel today??

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Our boys here in teg are musicians as well as gardeners ;)

 

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🎶 La, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la, la 🎶

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Just thinking of a few old friends that still really are true friends

 

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John Rutter's Candlelight Carol

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I made some candles tonight and recalled this beautiful song that always touches me after learning it in university choirs. I never forgot a single word in this song, even after so many years.

I found two versions; The harp, flute, and oboe offer a unique harmony with human voices. The overall sound effect is also better.

Seattle University Choirs sang the other one, which is done online with a more constrained sound effect. However, I didn't have to close my eyes; their voices just brought me straight back to those good moments I have ever had in the university choirs.


How do you capture the wind on the water?
How do you count all the stars in the sky?
How do you measure the love of a mother
Or how can you write down a baby's first cry?
 

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John Rutter's Candlelight Carol

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I made some candles tonight and recalled this beautiful song that always touches me after learning it in university choirs. I never forgot a single word in this song, even after so many years.

I found two versions; The harp, flute, and oboe offer a unique harmony with human voices. The overall sound effect is also better.

Seattle University Choirs sang the other one, which is done online with a more constrained sound effect. However, I didn't have to close my eyes; their voices just brought me straight back to those good moments I have ever had in the university choirs.


How do you capture the wind on the water?
How do you count all the stars in the sky?
How do you measure the love of a mother
Or how can you write down a baby's first cry?
:clap Seattle choir sounds absolutely beautiful.
 
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