Tag Archives: recorded music
I’m liking this song. Lo-Fang’s, “When We’re Fire.” “I’m a person, not a concept/ Work it out or let me know.”
I have a client who came into a session singing this song. I wonder why.
Here is my new favorite song. Who can use it in a session?
Welcome to 2014. I hope it’s pleasant. I have yet to see clients in this calendar year; I took last week off, and today the whole state, pretty much, was closed given the -22 degrees we had at the start. … Continue reading
I have a client who really likes this song.
I am happy to have found this song. I know India.Arie songs, but I didn’t know this one. I can see a number of uses for this. I heard it used and covered on the podcast On-the-Go Studio, produced and recorded … Continue reading
I heard this song today while I was playing Pandora during my baby’s bath. The artist, Vered, is a music therapist. Good Morning My Love by Vered
I am so fortunate to have worked with a fellow music therapist here in the Twin Cities who is a fantastic singer-songwriter by the name of Lynn O’Brien. I bring her up because I found myself in a session today that … Continue reading
I’ve liked this song for a long time, and I’ve used it with groups in a few different ways. Alas, I couldn’t find a video, but this particular YouTube video does list the lyrics.
At the last peer supervision group we had here in Minneapolis, I shared the lyrics and chords to this song. So, here is the video: