30-Day Song Challenge: Day 29

Today’s challenge is a song that reminds you of your childhood. I think of a lot of kid films, musicals, and sing-a-longs. 🙂

The music from the “Sound of Music” was a staple in my childhood. Edelweiss, sang by Christopher Plummer, is very touching. I played this on the piano often.

I sang a lot of Vietnamese karaoke songs for kids. My dad bought us a set of discs with karaoke tracks for us to sing along. It was my favorite stuff to sing on the weekends with my siblings. One of the lines is loosely translated, “Open the doors and let the sunshine in so we can dance and play.”

Sang “Tomorrow” from Annie for a school play when I was a child.

Really loved Disney’s Anastasia’s “Once Upon a December” and still enjoy it.

I sang Zippety Doo Dah for another school play when I was 8 years old.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Mr. A says:

    The sun will come out…

    I break out into songs while working back then and one of my favorite song to sing was Tomorrow 😄

    1. theresaly520 says:

      Aw. That sounds very sweet! 🙂

  2. A few childhood favorites!😊 ❤️

  3. MNL says:

    the vietnamese song was the only one I hadn’t heard before — very cute! I’m a big fan of musicals so love all the others. I have Annie and wish I had the the other musicals too.

    1. theresaly520 says:

      I really like how music and acting are woven together in musicals. It’s always been a lifelong fascination for me! I enjoy the classics and all the recent ones coming out as well.

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