Lynne Anne Vanne | Thankful

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by Lynne Anne Vanne

A dreamy new recording featuring Lynne Vanne, keyboard and the angelic voice of Mary Hicks expressing love and gratitude for that special someone.
Genre: Holiday: Kids/Family
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1. Thankful (feat. Mary Hicks)
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The best Thanksgiving song ever! The angelic voice of Mary Hicks accompanied by Lynne Vanne's ethereal synth/keyboards express memories and feelings of love and gratitude for that special someone in the tradition of a beautiful Disney song. The words say it all: "I'm thankful for the moments that we share and for the chance to let you know I care. So when you feel like no one wants you, know that you're my shining star and I'm thankful for you just the way you are."



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Fran Engel

We need more gratitude songs!
This is pretty schmaltzy song, but it's also personal and sentimental. I liked the words to this song so much that I learned to sing it. There's a part of the song that says, "when I'm feeling incomplete, you make me whole..." (That's because the songwriters were musicians who play music together!) It's a heartwarming song to offer to someone who's chosen to be alone or has been left alone by circumstance during the holiday season. It's also one of the those rare songs that is appropriate to sing or perform at Thanksgiving as well as other winter holidays. Sometimes I believe that the holidays were designed to make single people feel bad. Many single people feel as if they are alone because nobody wants to be around them. More songs (like this tune) could address the fact that not everyone is part of a big, happy family with enough money to lavish gifts on each other.