From Plank Road Publishingadapted/arr. Paul Jennings
There is one tune that is almost always sung around Mother's Day each year. It is and always was a reflection of the period in which it was written: 1915, with a hint of the pre-World War I 1890s style thrown in. But like many tunes of the era, we think it is one that today's children should also know. It's likely their own parents, grandparents, and great grandparents also learned it when they were kids, and will smile when they hear it. (from Music K-8, Vol. 25, No. 5)
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