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A beautiful song about exploring the world and having life experiences, but always remembering where you came from and knowing you can always return home. It provides a fresh angle for a graduation song,
Ruth Elaine Schram brings Robert Frost's distinguished poem to life in this expertly crafted original. With all three parts given equal opportunities to sing the melody and a truly accessible men's part,
This beautiful and inspiring song is about finding yourself at an important moment of your life and taking action that will allow you to fulfill your dreams. Soft, poignant verses lead to triumphant
"Don't know where, don't know when, but I know we'll meet again some sunny day." This song, one of the most famous of the World War II era, was reprised on the last broadcast of The Colbert Report by
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