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Heading Into The Weekend with High Hopes

We love Frank Sinatra, and we know our Day Program audience does too. Today we sang High Hopes for our friends. It's a catchy song with a great message. It was written for a movie called A Hole In The Head from 1959. It is a very motivational song, and the lyrics are just plain fun! So many studies have shown that music has a positive impact on those with cognitive decline, such as those with Dementia, or other memory issues. Often when these people lose other verbal communication skill, music somehow allows them to respond in other ways. We see this often when our audience starts tapping toes and clapping hands. Seeing this impact of the music we sing is the best feeling in the world! Here is a clip of us singing High Hopes from today's show:

Here is the full setlist from the show:

  1. By The Light Of The Silvery Moon

  2. Turn, Turn, Turn

  3. Oh! Susanna

  4. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?

  5. L.O.V.E.

  6. It's A Small World

  7. High Hopes

  8. I Only Wanna Be With You

  9. Do A Deer

  10. My Girl

  11. Halloween Mix (The Munsters and The Addams Family)

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HIGH HOPES with good meaning.

Always enjoy watching your shows 👏👏👏

Love Grandpa 🎈💝

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