Kids

A Festive Lesson

A Festive Lesson

An alternative Christmas song that asks us to think about what we’re really celebrating. A strong environmental message. And a bit of history 😉

Gone.

Gone.

One of the many things we learn during our school years, if everything’s going to plan, is to have faith in who we think we want to be. We begin learning what is healthy for us what really isn’t. And we learn how to take […]

Bubble Baby

Bubble Baby

This was written as part of a geography class for children in their last year of primary school here in Holland. The intention was to facilitate further discussion about the topic whilst giving them some English and a big sing. But, it would be great […]

The Weight of Words

The Weight of Words

Here’s a punchy kid’s song about the responsibility we all have for our use of language. It’s particularly pertinent during this burgeoning era of social media and communications. I predict that this subject will become a greatly invested in element of social and personal education […]

Curiosity Killed the Cat (with guest)

Curiosity Killed the Cat (with guest)

This one’s a firm favorite, though the kids need a bit of help learning the lists at the end. It’s worth it when they do and certainly stimulates conversation about history and the people who made it.

Campfire

Campfire

For around the campfire or perhaps for when you’re just wishing you were around the campfire.

A Delicious Day

A Delicious Day

Here’s a clapping song you can make your own. Kids choose the foods they can’t stand and dad always gets the top worst to turn into desert at the end (I made a mistake here and said ‘snack’ but it’s definitely meant to be desert). […]

Nature Nurture

Nature Nurture

This is the first song I wrote for adults and it’s crying out for a Eurovision treatment. You going to take it there?

GLWT

GLWT

This is a song I wrote for kids leaning music in high school. It’s got everything they need to work on in small ensemble or big band, but also gives them the chance to be a bit cheeky and tell their parents and teachers just […]