May God bless us all! - Lenny
Pop's Music Club
1. Access to Lyric & Chord Song Library
Currently 825 Songs and Growing (Sample at Right)
2. Club Discounts
3. Member to Member Contact Option
4. Performers Corner & Much More
Music Book -"Just For Kids"
120 Great Songs for Kids that are easy to play. These work well with the Suzuki QChord and Omnichord and can also be used with Guitar, Keyboards & more. Songs Include: Alphabet Song - Baa, Baa, Black Sheep - Clementine - Farmer in The Dell - Jingle Bells - Yankee Doodle - Many More!
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Lyric and Chord Music
If you enjoy singing and playing along with lyrics and chords,
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Does music really have therapeutic value?
Yes indeed, it most certainly does. For many years Musical Therapists have successfully
used music to help patients regain mental and physical well being.
Evidence also shows that even casual music has the ability to improve a person's life.
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for Shows, Dances & Parties, in the Phoenix AZ area?
Check out the link below.
I recently came upon a "childrens" book titled
"The Wonky Donkey"
Wasn't looking for it, but a friend sent me a link to a video on youtube.
Now, I'm not going to send you the link, but I will encourage you to look up
"Grandma reads Wonky Donkey to child"
Happy Laughing, Len