Sounds of Home – Ring

Tuesdays at 2pm
Welcome to the October 13th edition of Sounds of Home!

The Riddle Song

I gave my love a cherry that has no stone;
I gave my love a chicken that has no bone;
I gave my love a ring that has no end;
I gave my love a baby, there’s no cry-en.

How can there be a cherry that has no stone?
How can there be a chicken that has no bone?
How can there be a ring that has no end?
How can there be a baby, there’s no cry-en?

A cherry when it’s blooming, it has no stone;
A chicken when it’s pipping, it has no bone;
A ring when it’s rolling, it has no end;
A baby when it’s sleeping, there’s no cry-en.

American folk song, Ky.
Harmonized by Edna Ritchie


Like to lend your voice?
Our upcoming theme is “drift”

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 – between 5 seconds and 5 minutes in length – or if you 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.

Contact Molly at tulkmo01@luther.edu for information and submissions.
Deadline for submissions is Monday, October 19th.

Sounds for this podcast: “church bell chime” recorded by Daniel Simon obtained from SoundBible.com and “church bell tolling in the city” by Alexander permitted for non-commercial use under license ìAttribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) obtained from orangefreesounds.com

One thought on “Sounds of Home – Ring

  • October 14, 2020 at 9:47 am
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    Thank you all! Thank you Molly for doing this every week. We all look forward to it. Love from Donna Mae

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