Music in the Air / Cerddoriaeth yn yr Awyr

Music in the Air

This is a song that came to me on a Wednesday morning in September 2021 when I was lying in bed thinking about getting up. The tune came to me the following day.

Music in the Air

There's music in the air
There's music everywhere
Over here and over there
You can find it if you dare

It's there from the start
In the beating of your heart
In your hands and in your feet
Oh can you feel the beat?

It's in the rivers and trees
It's floating on the breeze
It's in the buzzing of the bees
And the sighing of the seas

It can excite, delight and move
It can make you want to groove
So open up your ears
And let it soothe your fears

Here's a recording:

Simon Ager Music in the Air / Cerddoriaeth yn yr Awyr

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Songs I've written

The Elephant Song | When you get to jiggit | Chaos | Winter | Everyday adventures | Hints of Blossom | A Panda in a Poncho | Plinkin Plookplooks | Spollagyn son tey | How Many Roads? | A Gnu in My Shoe | A Hen in My Hat | The Ballad of the Wug and the Cra | La Plume de ma Tante | Ukuleles On The Shore | Echoes on the Tongue | Dardledumdue | It's Okay To Be Odd | Monday Morning | Tall Tales | Sail Across The Sky | Two Left Feet | Thunder River | Ning | Lazybones | Goats | The Toaster Song | Hello Hi Hey | Thingamajig | Jolly Yuletide | The Pliffploff | Bubbles | Distraction | Little Lions | The Little Green Owl | Pannas Owen | Seize The Day | Music in the Air | Pocket Hedgehogs | Dust | Lillilu | Lost in a Good Book | Quiet Please | Ffaldiral | Melting 😅 | That's When We'll Do That Thing | As Easy As | What Did I Come In Here For? | Upside Down | Thoir An Aire! | Ho Ha Hey | Patience | Time | Farewell | Stuff and Nonsense | Ruith Air Falbh / Run Away! | The Other Side | Colourless Green Ideas | Noodling | Off To Sea

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