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I think of a Dragon:
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Available only by download. You can download the entire album (14 songs, 53 MB) or individual songs:
Entire Album mp3’s zipped    
Dog’s Question mp3 lead sheet  
I Think of a Dragon mp3 lead sheet  
Early in the Morning mp3 lead Sheet  
Dancing with Babies mp3 lead sheet  
Earthworm Dance mp3    
Every Third Bite mp3 lead sheet  
Bandana mp3    lyrics
Garden Salad mp3 lead sheet  
Two-Field Farm mp3   lyrics
Montana, Colorado, Nevada mp3   lyrics
Great Divide mp3    
We Remember Mrs. Rosa Parks mp3 lead sheet  
Morning Is Wiser Than Evening mp3    
Lie Down mp3    


The Dog's Questions: words and music by Nancy Schimmel
Nancy Schimmel, vocal; Marianne Barlow, guitar and back-up vocal

I Think of a Dragon: words by Nancy Schimmel; music by Judy Fjell
Judy Fjell, vocal and guitar
This song was inspired by Mara Sapon-Shevin and her work as an ally of bullied kids. And her collection of dragons.

Early in the Morning: words and music by Malvina Reynolds
Nancy Schimmel, vocal
Malvina never recorded this song. You can find her three albums of children's songs together on a CD called Little Boxes and Magic Pennies.

Dancing with Babies: words and music by Nancy Schimmel
Nancy, vocal; Marianne, guitar

Earthworm Dance: rap lyrics by Nancy Schimmel
This one invites hand motions.

Every Third Bite: words by Nancy Schimmel, music by Judy Fjell
Judy, vocal, guitar
For every third bite you eat, thank the bees.

Bandana: words and music by Nancy Schimmel
Nancy, vocal; Judy, backup vocal and guitar
Bandanas save trees if you carry one to dry your hands on.

Garden Salad: words and music by Nancy Schimmel
Cali Christensen and friends, vocals; Judy, guitar and keyboard

Two-Field Farm: words and music by Nancy Schimmel
Nancy, vocal; Judy, back-up vocal and guitar
Clover and nitrogen-fixing bacteria.

Montana, Colorado, Nevada: words by Nancy Schimmel, music by Judy Fjell
Judy, vocal and guitar
Spanish words we use in English.

The Great Divide: words and music by Nancy Schimmel
Nancy, vocal; Judy, guitar
Watersheds, big and small. Nancy's father really did explain the Continental Divide to her in terms of spit direction.

We Remember Mrs. Rosa Parks: words by Nancy Schimmel, music by Judy Fjell
Judy, vocal and guitar
A little of the backstory. In 1955, Highlander School was one of the few integrated institutions in the South.

Morning Is Wiser Than Evening: words by Nancy Schimmel, music by Candy Forest
Vocal by Beth Wilmurt; piano by Candy Forest
The title comes from an old Russian saying. The song is part of a musical Candy and Nancy are writing, based on a folktale.

Lie Down: words by Nancy Schimmel, music by Candy Forest
Candy, vocal and piano; Emil Miland, cello
A lullaby for any age.

All songs recorded by Judy Fjell except “Dog’s Questions” and “Dancing with Babies,” recorded by Ira Marlowe; “Lie Down” and “Morning Is Wiser Than Evening” recorded by David Austin

Click “home” to order Nancy and Candy’s CD Sun, Sun Shine: Songs for Curious Children. Find two more of Nancy’s songs on youtube: “Vegetable Car” and “Sugar Snap Peas.” More of Judy’s songs at judyfjell.com. Cover design by Nancy Ibsen.


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