May I Have This Dance?
  • Apr 3, 2021
  • 56:50 mins

Today’s episode of The Apple Seed is full of music, class tales, and inspiring tales that are both nostalgic and relatable. We’ll start with “When I Was Ten” by Finn Billie about the complications of family relationships and how perspective can help us realize that things are often better than they seem. Then we’ll hear Fran Yardley’s, “May I Have This Dance?” about learning to love the things about yourself that make you different. Then, The Storycrafters will enchant us with “The Tortoise & Hare Rap”. Finally, we’ll end the hour with Betty Ann Wylie and her compilation of cherished tales, “Hickory Dickory Dock Gong”. You won’t want to miss a second! On today’s episode, enjoy the following: “When I Was Ten” by Finn Billie from Marzipan - Stories with Music (9:13) Radio Family Journal: "Mr. Romrell" by Sam Payne (5:00) The Daily Mix: "Macs a la Mode" with Jenna Parker (7:00) “May I Have This Dance” by Fran Yardley from May I Have This Dance (20:54) “The Tortoise & Hare Rap” by The Storycrafters from Bride of Classics with a Twist (4:35) “Sticky Sticky Pine" by Laura K. Deal from The Diffendaffer Taffy Cafe (4:05)