Tuesdays at 2pm
Welcome to the March 30th edition of Sounds of Home!
‘Twas on a merry time, when Jenny Wren was young,
So neatly as she danced, and so sweetly as she sung.
Robin Redbreast lost his heart, he was a gallant bird,
He doffed his cap to Jenny Wren, requesting to be heard.
“My dearest Jenny Wren, if you will be but mine,
You shall dine on cherry pie, and drink nice currant wine;
I’ll dress you like a goldfinch, or like a peacock gay,
So if you’ll have me Jenny, dear, let’s us appoint the day.”
Jenny blushed behind her fan, and thus declared her mind,
“So let it be tomorrow, Rob, I’ll take your offer kind;
Cherry pie is good, and so is currant wine,
But I will wear my plain brown gown, and never dress too fine.”
Robin Redbreast got up early, all at the break of day,
He flew to Jenny Wren’s house, and sang a roundelay;
He sang of Robin Redbreast, and pretty Jenny Wren,
And when he came unto the end, he then began again.
Like to lend your voice?
Our upcoming theme is “note”
If you have a response to this theme – whether a story or memory, original piece of writing or poetry, music, radio drama, or one-liner – the sky’s the limit – or would like to guest host or lead a song to sing together,
we’re eager to hear from you!
To submit a response,
please make an audio recording and email it to Molly
or send in a written response to be read aloud on the program.
What signs of spring have you noticed?
We’d love to hear/see them for our “note” program, too.
Audio recordings, photographs, and written observations are all welcome.
Contact Molly at firstname.lastname@example.org for information and submissions.
Submission deadline is Monday, April 5th.