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Canada Canada. DJ since Jan 30, 2009
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UrsulaCanada Ah Tish, that's French! Oooh, Gomez!

The Addams Family (Theme-Song)

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UrsulaCanada Loved watching... catchy theme song.

Happy Days Theme Song

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UrsulaCanada Listen for the submarine sounds - taken from the movie "Das Boot"?
UrsulaCanada For all you Trek fans who like to dance.
UrsulaCanada For those of you old enough to remember this Quebec kids' show...

Passe Partout

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UrsulaCanada Canadian family show - action, adventure, doing the right thing, saving the animals, family love - and a rocking instrumental theme to boot!

Danger Bay

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UrsulaCanada Whenever I hear this haunting song, I get goosebumps on the back of my neck and on my arms.

StingFields of Gold

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UrsulaCanada ---Makes you move.- -jive-away!
UrsulaCanada Crushed velvet shirts and big pendants on long black strings... might still have mine somewhere. Dance! Lose the repetitive dance moves.
UrsulaCanada Bouncy and fun...


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UrsulaCanada Fashion can be so silly sometimes... often... If you had a fashion-impaired spouse, you'd have to forgive them if they said this to you.
UrsulaCanada Music for children should have good musicianship - like this.
UrsulaCanada Raffi does a musical adaptation of a Dennis Lee poem - what more fun for a kid could there be?
UrsulaCanada One of the few children's songmakers I can listen to over and over as an adult without getting sick of it. If you don't know Raffi, you're missing out
UrsulaCanada If you have kids you should have Sharon, Lois and Bram. So much good stuff.
UrsulaCanada Raffi still rocks in concert.

The Sharing Song

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UrsulaCanada So captures the teenage angst and ambiguity of having a crush but not knowing if he likes you back... and the humiliation and pain that ensues.

Meryn Cadell, "The Sweater"

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