From the Seed in the Ground

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SSAA (treble voice choir)/piano - words and music by Connie Kaldor - arr. Peter Amidon

Sung by the Starry Mountain Singers with Louisa Sullivan; Emily Miller soloist. With its four part harmony, this would be great for an older girls' choir, or the vocal parts could be simplified for a younger group of children. Mary Alice and Peter recorded a simple version of this wonderful children's song for their book and companion CD "A Song in My Heart". 

LYRICS

From the Seed in the Ground
by Connie Kaldor
from A Duck In New York City
©1982, 2003 Word of Mouth Music, Lac Laplume Music

If you've got the sun and if you've got the rain
And you plant a little seed in the old back lane
You wish and you pray and you keep the weeds down
You might find, oh you might find
A root growing out from the seed in the ground
 
And if you've got the sun and if you've got the rain
And you plant a little seed in the old back lane
And you wish and you pray and you keep the weeds down
You might find, oh you might find
A shoot growing out from the root from the seed in the ground
 
And if you've got the sun and if you've got the rain
And you plant a little seed in the old back lane
And you wish and you pray and you keep the weeds down
You might find, oh you might find
A stem growing out from the shoot from the root from the seed in the ground
 
And if you've got the sun and if you've got the rain
And you plant a little seed in the old back lane
And you wish and you pray and you keep the weeds down
You might find, oh you might find
A flower growing out from the stem from the shoot from the root from the seed in the ground
 
And if you've got the sun and if you've got the rain
And you plant a little seed in the old back lane
And you wish and you pray and you keep the weeds down
You might find, oh you might find
A seed growing out from the flower from the stem from the shoot from the root from the seed in the ground
 
 

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