There Is No Time Like The Autumn
From Plank Road Publishingby Teresa Jennings
This humorous partner song demonstrates two differing opinions on the season of Autumn. As with most partner songs, the first part is introduced by itself the first time through the song. The second part is then allowed to state its case on the repeat. A third time through the song allows the two parts to combine for the partner effect.
Part 1, performed in a sweet and light manner, shows an appreciation for the finer points of autumn, extolling the virtues of the magnificent colors.
Part 2 is the antithesis of part 1 and should be performed with an air of disgust. The singers are clearly not as enamored with the colors of the season and are more than just a little bummed by all the leaf raking that must be performed when they would much rather be watching football. Then there's that pesky wind.
Whether or not you like autumn, you'll love this song! (from Music K-8, Vol. 8, No. 1)
(Run time: 3:04)
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