Learn to sing folk songs, campfire songs and group-singing songs that native English speakers sing.
Newest "Learn a Song" Podcast
- Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star - March 23, 2012
Focusing on "linking" pronunciation and the "soft-T."
Learn Songs Using the Teleprompter Player
Learn Songs Using My Vidoes on YouTube
- Any Time
- Winter Season
- New Year's Eve or at the End of Parties
- Auld Lang Syne - Sing Along (Video)
Learn Songs Using the Flash Player
Most of these are excerpts from recordings that I did a many years ago.
- Amazing Grace - A Well-known Hymn
- Camptown Races
- Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)
- Little Liza Jane
- Go Tell Aunt Rhody
- When Johnny Comes Marching Home - Civil War Song
- Old Joe Clark
- The Banks of the Ohio
- You Can't Get to Heaven
- Old Abe Lincoln - Civil War Song
- Cripple Creek
- Uncle Joe - Square Dance Tune
- Buffalo Gals
- Are you going to ...?
This is not a traditional song. I wrote this one to help my students practice this sentence pattern.
Complete Podcasts Converted to Flash
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- First, listen and repeat to learn the words and the melody.
- Then sing the whole song.
- Baa, Baa, Black Sheep (1:16)
- B-I-N-G-O (1:02)
- John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt (1:05)
- Let Me Call You Sweetheart (2:32)
- Swanee River (Old Folks at Home) (3:04)
- The Noble Duke of York (1:41)
- Oh When the Saints Go Marchin' In (1:21)
Previous Podcasts Split and Converted to FlashThe "listen and repeat" part and the "sing the whole song" part have been split into two files.
- Auld Lang Syne
- Cluck Old Hen
- Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey?