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Through My Little Girl Eyes

by Pauline King

“ Through My Little Girl Eyes “ - CD This is music for the whole family to enjoy and even dance to. It will capture your imagination and warm your hearts! It will take you on a heart pounding journey of adventure through music, art, family, true love,
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Through My Little Girl Eyes
3:01 $0.99
2. Hush and Be Quiet
2:40 $0.99
3. Soft
3:55 $0.99
4. In the Eyes of the Artist
3:16 $0.99
5. Walkin' Up the River
3:45 $0.99
6. What Daddy Would Sing
2:54 $0.99
7. Music Man
3:43 $0.99
8. Up and Down Strolling
2:51 $0.99
9. Honest True Love
3:16 $0.99
10. Time
2:47 $0.99
11. If I Had a Million Dollars
3:09 $0.99
12. Fun in the Sun
4:06 $0.99
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Song Information

“ Through My Little Girl Eyes “
What inspired me to write it? Remembering what a
great time I had when I was growing up. We were very
poor financially, but not poor emotionally or physically. The
Simple things we really enjoyed doing - flying kites,
catching lightning bugs, chasing butterflies, talking to the
cows and trying to catch birds and much much more.
Mom and dad would work Monday through Friday, and
during their work time we would stay with our
Grandmother. She would let us play with all of her many
trinkets, if we would clean and dust where they were
sitting. We had a great time doing that!
My parents loved us very much and I remembered -
Through My Little Girl Eyes.

"Hush And Be Quiet"
This is a gentle and slow moving waltz.
This song is about reflection from the past to the present and the future of ones life. And meditating on how things keep changing through life, then in the end what is really important. It is very important for us to take time to reflect on our lives to see how far we have come and where we are headed. We need time to "Hush and Be Quiet".

“ Soft “
What inspired me to write it? My mother fell asleep in
death in 2003. I kept a journal and wrote to her all my
activities and feelings. That helped some, but I needed to
do more. In 2006 I wrote about her in song. I remembered
all the wonderful things she did for and with us children. I
still sing the song to my husband everyday.
Everything about her was “Soft”. She was part French,
part Indian. She had beautiful dark, thick, wavy long hair
when she was a young woman. It was Soft. She made
each of us children feel very important to her. That made
us feel very secure and very loved.
She taught us how to pray. And she would listen to our
prayers at night. So I really appreciate God’s promise in
the Bible of the Resurrection hope. And one day I will
welcome my mother back here to life on a paradise earth.
( John 5: 25, 28, 29 ) Then I can sing to her “ Soft “.

“ In The Eyes of the Artist “
Who inspired this song? Duncan Regehr, a Royal Canadian Artist who
holds a Doctorate in Fine Arts and won the American Vision Award of
Distinction in the Arts.
He is a prolific multimedia artist of international prominence in the visual,
literary, and performing arts. His paintings, sculptures and written works are
found in important collections worldwide.
Mr.Regehr’s Art is vibrant, breath taking and heart pounding. The vibrant
colors are unique to Duncan Regehr. He formulates his own oils to produce
jewel-like colors. He is an Artist of great emotion and sensitivity.
Enjoy the rhythm of Duncan Regehr’s Art by viewing his works at
www.duncanregehr.com and info@duncanregehr.com “ and see what we saw "In the Eyes of the Artist “ .

"Walkin' Up The River"
"Walkin Up the River" has a mysterious true waltz feel. The musical adaptation of composition by the great Steve Hornbeak takes you on a journey of sound and mystery.
The song is about two young boys who take a journey up the river and all the fun, excitment, and adventure they find along the way. The song was inspired at first by my husband and his younger brother. Then, our two young nephews, Kendall and Kristopher took this trip.
This song will inspire and warm your hearts as you take this journey with these two young boys as they are "Walkin Up the River".

“ What Daddy Would Sing “
My Papa was the best guitar player I have ever heard. He
loved to entertain. His mother was a music teacher and
most of her eight children could play all kinds of
When Papa played guitar it sounded as if many guitars
were playing at the same time. We played and sang
together everyday and I never grew tired of hearing him
play. I always liked hearing Papa play and sing “ Why Do
Girls Wear Britches?” .It was funny and he sang it with
personality. I feel close to my dad when I sing , “ Thats
What My Daddy Would Sing.”

"Music Man"
This song is inspired by the great Steve Hornbeak.
This music man can create and adapt a simple composition into a gigantic, melodious production.
The song touches on a few of his many musical talents.
Major Artist Toured and Performed with:
Faith Hill, Richard Marx, John Michael Montgomery, Tim McGraw, Jessica Andrews, Phil Vassar, JoDee Messina, Lee Greenwood, Billy Gilman, Tracy Lawrence, Eddie Rabbitt, Wynonna, Trace Adkins, Vince Gill, Kenny Rogers, Oliva Newton John, Kenny Loggins, Michael Bolton, Alice Cooper, Night Ranger, Scrap Metal, Steel Magnolia, Chely Wright, Steve Holy, Shannon Brown, Blue County, Josh Gracin, Anita Cochran, Paul Brandt, Chris Young, Clay Davidson, Hugh Jackman, JC from INSYNC, Robin Meade, Chip Esten, T. Graham Brown.
Television Performance:
The Grammy’s, Billboard Awards, ACM Awards, Country Music Award, Music City News Awards, WB Music Awards, Late Nite with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The View, The Late Late Show, Ellen DeGeneres, Austin City Limits, Good Morning America, Today Show, Regis & Kelly, Rosie O’Donnell, Cold Pizza, 1999 & 2000 VH1 Diva’s Live, VH1 Classics, Donnie & Marie, CMT Most Wanted Live, Grand Ole Opry Live, CMT Faith Hill Special, ABC Faith Hill’s Thanksgiving and New Years Special, Keyboardist in house band on season 1 & 2 of “Can You Duet” on CMT, and on “CMT’s Next Superstar”, Front Row Center on PBS, “Rejoice” on TCT.

So, listen and take a journey with this "Music Man".

“ Up and Down Strolling “
My Husband inspired me to write this song. All through his
life he loved to dance.
When he was in Vietnam the USO girls would pull him out
of the audience to dance with them. However, when he
came home from Vietnam, he was struck with Multiple
Sclerosis. Now he is wheel chair bound with Progressive
Multiple Sclerosis. Although he can no longer move his
legs, he still likes to move his wheel chair to the beat of
the music.
This song is about his desire to dance and we go “ Up and
Down Strolling .”

"Honest True Love"
This Celtic style song was born of my husband. For many years he looked for a true love and even wondered if there was such a thing as true love. Even while he was is Vietnam, he was still looking for true love. When he came home, a love he had left had found another. Eventually he became engaged and she found another. So, he was wondering if there was such a wonderful thing as honest true love.
Then one day while visiting his friends, there was a new friend among them. I was the new friend. We only met when we were with friends. We would walk and talk about everything.We have been married over 25 years. We both found "Honest True Love".

This song has a mild Celtic feel. Created out of frustration for a lack of time , as we have gotten older. Schedules are very cramped. And remembering that when we were young, time really did not mean anything for we had not major responsibilities.
Sometimes we are just looking for "Time".

“ If I Had a Million Dollars “
What inspired me to write this song? My parents took us to our first
drive-in movie when I was 7. “ King Kong vs Godzilla” was playing. We
were so impressed that my siblings and I came up with lyrics and sang it to
our parents and grandparents as well as all we would see.
The lyrics are, “ If I had a Million Dollars, I’d sail across the sea, and visit
King Kong and Godzilla and bring them home with me.” Years later, I
remembered the lyrics and how that little song became a family affair. So in
the song, I added how much my parents and grandparents enjoyed our
little song, “ If I had a Million Dollars” .

"Fun In The Sun"
This is a fun summer song.
It takes you on a journey of excitement, adventure and love. This song was created out of our many fun times when we visited Panama City Beach, Florida, which is an exciting place to visit. This is just a very small portion of our scrapbook of many, many enjoyable things we did.
One of our favorite adventures near Panama City Beach was our island that we had while we were visiting. It was breathtaking. It was another world to be there and enjoy "Fun In the Sun".



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