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  1. All together now - everybody sing. CA-NA-DA. It's become a runaway, flag-waving hit, and here's the wholesome, unabashedly patriotic bandleader who wrote it: the Pied Piper of Confederation himself - Bobby Gimby! Report written by Frank Rasky for the now defunct, The Canadian, June 10, .
  2. Mar 11,  · Expo 67 - Canada's Centennial celebration song: C-A-N-A-D-A. Lester B. Pearson was the PM, Pierre Trudeau was Minister of Justice.
  3. The Pied Piper. Notes: words and music by Malvina Reynolds; copyright Schroder Music Company, renewed In the Notes to her songbook Little Boxes and Other Handmade Songs Malvina writes: "Like 'The Emperor's Nightingale', this is my version of a beloved children's folk tale.". Rats, rats, everywhere, In the kitchen and down the stair.
  4. The Pied Piper Children's & Babywear, Laurieton, NSW. K likes. Largest retailer of baby & childrenswear on the Mid North Coast, NSW. Also stocks a large range of knitting yarns & local School.
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  6. Mayor and Pied Piper: (shaking hands) Fifty gold coins! Narrator One: The Pied Piper immediately stepped out of the hall and lifted a golden pipe to his lips. He began to play a haunting and sickly tune, and a strange thing began to happen. One by one, the rats upstage come to life and start to follow the Pied Piper.
  7. Label: E R Records - X • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo • Country: Canada • Genre: Jazz, Children's • Bobby Gimby - The Pied Piper And The Kids (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore1/5(1).
  8. Crispian St. Peters (5 April – 8 June ) was an English pop singer and singer/songwriter best known for his work in the s, particularly his hits, "The Pied Piper" and "You Were On My Mind". Early career He was born Robin Peter Smith in Swanley, Kent .
  9. "Ca-na-da, a Centennial Song" ("Ca-na-da, la Chanson du Centenaire") broke every music-industry record, but more importantly, it became an anthem of unity for a Canada deeply divided. Robert Stead Gimby (far left) was born in Cabri, a farming town in Saskatchewan (pop. ), on October 25,

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