She comforted the hurting. She cared for those in pain. She gave herself to her cause to create a more humane haven for the wounded; and a refuge for the ill. Now all the world remembers her, and they always will.
Chorus: Dreamers, Dreamers are just like me and you. Dreamers, Dreamers, believe in dreams come true. If you follow what you feel, your dreams can be real. Dreamers like me and you make dreams come true.
She had a quest to follow, and blue skies to explore. Her lofty dreams soon found wings, and then she began to soar, sailing through the heavens, she found solace in the sky. We celebrate the journey of this woman born to fly. (Chorus)
He had a dream, a vision, a hope for human-kind, to take us to the mountain top and leave prejudice behind. All too soon, he left us; in an instant he was gone. His message still stirs in our hearts, his memory lives on. (Chorus and repeat the last line.)
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Dare to Dream
When you have a dream, dare to try!
When you have a dream, dare to fly!
For when you have a dream, though hard work it may seem, dare to go, dare to know, dare to try, dare to fly!
(4th grade 5th grade bold print)
If you have a dream, If you have a dream, see it through! see it through!
If you have a dream, If you have a dream, say, “Can do!” say,
For if you have a dream, though hard work it may seem, find a star, shining star, special star, just for you!
(4th grade 5th grade)
Grab hold of your dream!
Keep hold of your dream!
Work hard for your dream! Dare to be all you can be! See all you can see!
Dare to go, dare to know,
Dare to try, dare to fly!
If you have a dream,
If you have a dream
Say, “Can do!”
Say, “Can do!”
For if you have a dream, though hard work it may seem, find a star, shining star, special star, just for you! You can go, you can know, you can try. Dare to dream!
Tapestry of Nations
(you are background to the slide show)
We’la oh me’ la we’la we’-e’ yey-ye’ oh e’ ye’.
We’la oh me’ la de’la oh we’e’ yey ye’ oh e’ /ye’. (repeat) Oh we’yay le’ oh we’ say la oh we’ yay le’ we’le’ yo na oh we’yay la oh we’ yay le’ oh we’ yay (repeat from beginning/skip to here)
Ley. Ay ye’-la oh e’ yeh. (Music plays watch for time to come back in- singing same as beginning without the repeat)
This song is not as hard as it may look if you will learn the melody in class and watch me!
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