Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

The Story of a Different Tune

“Bill was quite different, it was easy to see. Everyone thought he was the wrong way to be.” Then Bill begins to play beautiful music his own special way. The essential takeaway? “So if you ever wonder what you can do, I’m sure there is something unique about you.” Kids hear an important message, as they expand rhyme, rhythm, and imagination!

Lyrics: 
A Different Tune Well, once upon a time in a land far away, Everybody looked alike, did things the same way. And everyone had just the same thing to say. “Hello. What’s new? I’m fine. How are you?” Each and every one played a tune on his nose. Each played the same tune with eight tiny toes. The sound that they made was wheezy and hissing. Nobody knew what they were missing. Into this land where all looked the same, There came a stranger. Bill was his name. Bill was quite different, it was easy to see. Everyone thought he was the wrong way to be. Bill’s nose was short, not long and straight. Bill had only six toes, the others had eight. Because he was different, Bill sometimes felt bad. Tried to be happy, but still he was sad. To cheer himself up, Bill started to play A tune on his nose in his own special way. Bill used his fingers instead of his toes. Bill used his fingers to tune up his nose. To cheer himself up, Bill started to play A tune on his nose in his own special way. Bill used his fingers instead of his toes. Bill used his fingers to tune up his nose. Beautiful music Bill started to play. The music was sweet as a warm summer day. The songs made everyone open their ears, Sweet songs everyone wanted to hear. Yeah, Bill, he was different from all of the rest. Yes, Bill was different, but his music was best. He couldn’t do what the other folks could, But what Bill could do was really quite good. So if you ever wonder what you can do, I’m sure there is something unique about you. So throw back your head and do what you can do, Because there’s nobody else quite like you...nobody quite like you. Music By: Glenn Bulthuis Performed By: Edye Evans Hyde