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Old 06-18-2013, 04:59 PM
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Default Danny's Song Duet

Wikipedia says, ""Danny's Song" is a song written by the American singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins (1970). It was written as a gift for his brother Danny for the birth of his son Colin. It first appeared on an album by Gator Creek and a year later on the album Sittin' In, the debut album by Loggins and Messina. The song is well remembered for both the Loggins and Messina original, as well as Anne Murray's 1972 top-ten charting cover."

This arrangement is similar in a way to yesterday's posting of "Put Your Hand In The Hand", in that Anne Murray figured prominently in the popularity of both songs. In similar fashion, I have used a little bit of Loggins, a little bit of Murray in crafting this duet.

Ralph Rayner
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