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Everyone Is Differently Abled

Everyone Is Differently Abled

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Everyone Is Differently Abled
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Everyone's differently abled
Everyone has ability
Everyone's differently abled
Making their lives work differently

Now you might use a chair with wheels to get around
You might use your hands to speak without a sound
Cause there's a million ways to do most anything
Some people love to dance
Some people prefer to sing

Now you can use a working dog to help you see
Or use your mouth and feet to paint and write poetry
.There's a million different ways that you can be
Il's true that all of us live inter-dependently

I will not be defined by my limitations
But rather by my possibilities
We can respond to the needs of those around us
The best ability is response ability

Everyone Is Differently Abled

 Song Credits:

© 1987 Words and Music by Lorraine Bayes and Daniel Deardorff
Lead Vocals – Daniel Deardorff

 Album Credits:

Executive Producers: Comprehensive Health Education Foundation
and Tickle Tune Typhoon®

Produced and Arranged by Daniel Deardorff

Tickle Tune Typhoon® Founding Directors Lorraine Bayes, Dennis Westphall
Engineered by Larz Nefzger - Triad Studios, Redmond, WA

Mastered by Bill Lighter - K Disc Studios, Hollywood, CA

The Tickle Tune Typhoon® Performers:
Lorraine Bayes - Vocals
Dennis Westphall - Guitars, Vocals
Daniel Deardorff - Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Sequenced Bass Drums and Orchestration
Angie Bolton - Vocals
Nick Moore - Acoustic Piano and Synthesizers
Richard Warner - Saxophones, Flute and Piccolo

Contributing Musicians:
Bob Marcure - Guitar on "Everybody Has a Story"
Eric Chappelle - Fiddle on "Life Span"
Ed Hartman - Marimba and Percussion on "Playin' It Safe"
Chris Middaugh - Pedal Steel Guitar on "No Tobacco"
Libby Torrence - Vocals on "March of the Germs"
Dan Schmitt - Vocals on "March of the Germs"
Tanya Ferris - Vocals on
"Chew Chew Cha Cha"
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