I got it from my mama dance
My Mama Had a Dancing Heart by Libba Moore GrayI love this book. I even mentioned it on my blog a few years ago when someone elses post went viral about why we shouldnt try to give our kids a magical childhood (Ive run a non-profit site and later the related blog called A Magical Childhood for nearly 20 years).
In that post, I wrote:
There is a picture book that I read to my kids at bedtime sometimes that sums up a magical childhood to me. It’s called My Mama Had a Dancing Heart and it’s about a little girl and her mother through the seasons spending time together cutting out paper snowflakes, playing in fall leaves, dancing in the rain and so on.
The last line is, My mama had a dancing heart, and she shared that heart with me.
That’s the kind of mom I have always tried to be.... https://magicalchildhood.wordpress.co...
Couple Celebrates Son's Birth With 'Baby Mama Dance'
I am looking for a song to dance with my mother any ideas? I am also looking for a song for the father daughter dance but i will be dancing with my mother bf any ideas? Do you and your mom have a favorite song together? I just love it! I am dancing to Mama's song with my mother at my wedding, we both love country music and cry whenever we hear the song.. I think a mother daughter dance is going to be a new tradition in our family after my wedding Why should dad's get all the credit..
The songs listed below help to celebrate the Mothers of the world. Popular musicians have performed songs with the word Mama in the song title. But just how is the word Mama being used int he songs? Do you know Mama? Yes, Mama told me so. Did you hear what she said?
Some of my friends call me Chopper, because I play the guitar and am from Zim. I wanted to be a singer-songwriter like David Gray. I was in a bunch of bands too but none of them really worked out. I work on sound for cartoons, ads and corporate vids mostly. I do all the sound work on Jungle Beat kids cartoon shown in countries and I mix and do sound design for a few corporates too.
The uncredited female vocals in the song are from singer Kat Graham.
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