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EcoSanta – EcoHymns

 
We are Ecologisers, the Young People’s International Anti-litter and Environmental Charity SC048663.

Ecologisers have a ten year mission to promote, publicise and popularise EcoSanta as the Children’s Environmental Champion.

Here are some the videos of the EcoSongs we have on Youtube. The culmination of 8 years work. All are called ‘EcoSanta’s Favourite EcoSongs’. 60 out of the 90 EcoSongs I have written are recorded by various artists, both sides of the Atlantic. All my EcoSongs consist of positive, celebratory, empowering, uplifting eco-lyrics set to famous out-of-copyright song-tunes, anthems, carols, hymns and folk tunes. They are free for you to use to increase your online presence. I have copyright.
 
Me, I Champion Planet Earth to the carol tune ‘Hark the Herald Angels Sing’.

 
Children of the World Be Bold to the carol tune of ‘Good King Wenceslas’

 
‘Our shared Dream’ is sung, here, by Julia Pattison accompanied by Roger Pattison on guitar. It is an ecologised version of the very famous out-of-copyright tune to ‘Auld Lang Syne’.

 
‘I Look Out My Window’ to the tune of ‘Away In a Manger’

 
EcoSanta’s Earth Christmas Album

 
‘In Peace and Love’ to the hymn tune ‘How Great Thou Art’, originally a Swedish traditional melody

 
‘The Place of Trust’ sung by Liam Gerrard.Ecolyrics by Gaia Dance

 
‘Only Now’ to the tune of Robbie Burns’ ‘My love is like a red red rose’

 
‘Earth’s Dream Song’. A borrow from Robbie Burns’ beautiful tune to ‘Ae Fond Kiss’

 
‘Seeds of Peace’ is set to the carol-tune O little town of Bethlehem. It’s sung by a Children’s choir in London. Listen to the Hymn: Seeds of Peace here –
 
 
All songs and material copyrighted by Ann Palmer AKA Gaia Dancing

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