This song wrote itself on a ‘bright sunshiney day’ in the summer of 2002, when I had ‘a thousand jobs to do’ and no time to stop and smell the roses! It is a song to remind us to dream, no matter how busy we become. (This song is not to be confused with the WarHammer game!)


The sister song to My Eyes Are Opened. It is taken from the same poem by e.e.cummings and the two can be performed together – with Yes following My Eyes are Opened 

Stitch a Sail

This is a real golden oldie! It has been sung in many incarnations over the years. The words were originally by Leeala and Rachel Buchann, two poets who have published their poetry in We’moon. A call to creativity….get stitching!

Act of Revolution

This song was commissioned by Walcot Community Choir, in Bath, many moons ago – it was the beginning of a beautiful friendship! They requested a song about ‘positive ageing’ – I got the words of the intro / outro from Das Energy by Paul Williams. The song ended up having a slow, reflective dub-vibe.