Thanks a bunch, @steven-berger! We hope we encourage anybody to make music at home if it's in their heart to do so. Music can bring joy to a home like nothing else can.
You guys are just plain good!
@jan-potts Thank you! This has been a time like no other, for sure! It is one we could gather and play and sing together from the heart.
I really like this! Maybe one day we'll all get together and play this! We've all sure gone through hard times...
@learning-always Thank you for your kind comments. The lyrics are, indeed, powerful.
Thank you for sharing this. I loved the song and your harmonies.
@macaodha Thank you, Val. Springtime is here in the Appalachian foothills and, with it, new life-- flowers, budding bushes & trees, birds.
That is just beautiful, closed my eyes and was whisked away to the Appalachian foothills.
Thank you @tom-mcdonald. We ever get to jam with you again, please, play harmonica on this!
Very nice, Robin and Mark!
@dulcinina @kevin-r @gordon-hardy @john-c-knopf Many thanks, friends. We do not sing much and need to practice more than we do. Yet when there are lyrics we can sing from the heart, it makes singing easier.
There are so many people hurting-- as John indicated, we all are engaged in some type of struggle-- it behooves us all to be kind.
Such a moving song by Stephen Foster. He certainly knew hard times, didn't he? And so do we, over 150 years later. But we still have hope for a brighter future. We need to remember to be nicer than necessary to others, as we ALL are fighting SOME sort of battle. Thanks, Robin and Mark!
Robin and Mark "My heart is in my throat!" I love this song and you have done such a beautiful job here. Bless you and please never tell us again that you can't or don't sing. Love your harmonies. Thank you for this!
Bravo! Great job!
One of my favorites and you do it so well. Thank you Robin and Mark. Nina