Where Is White Crow

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The Where Is White Crow song is a musical adventure for little kids about finding a white crow. With this special song, children are posed with a challenge in the form of a question, when they sing “where is white crow?” By singing “I don’t know” next, it really affirms to children that it’s OK to say “I don’t know,” when after all, “I don’t know” is a common occurrence in life AND the beginning of wisdom. But it doesn’t stop there! As excitement mounts singing “someone’s going to catch him,” toddlers feel like they are taking responsibility and becoming the solution and hero. Last but not least, children get to jump up and down celebrating “me, me, me” as they volunteer to be the one to catch white crow! Download Where Is White Crow today!

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Where Is White Crow lyrics

Where is white crow, where is white crow
I don’t know, I don’t know
Someone’s gonna catch him, someone’s gonna catch him
Me, me, me! Me me me!

Where is white crow, where is white crow
I don’t know, I don’t know
Someone’s gonna catch him, someone’s gonna catch him
Me, me, me! Me me me!

 

“Where Is White Crow” was written by Marc Emmelmann, composed by Aaron Kies and sung by Christopher Chiles.

Where Is White Crow © 2015 Emme Town | All Rights Reserved.


 

Origins of Where Is White Crow

“I was relaxing and reading a chapter in Sophie’s World when I wrote “Where Is White Crow.” Specifically, the author was writing about David Hume, in the 1700’s, when the concept of “white crows” were introduced…

Well, because I have seen a whole herd of black horses doesn’t mean that all horses are black. No, of course not. And although I have seen nothing but black crows in my life, it doesn’t mean that there’s no such thing as a white crow.

…Both for a philosopher and for a scientist it can be important not to reject the possibility of finding a white crow….Even if we have never seen a white crow, we should never stop looking for it.”

I was inspired by the idea of the search for a white crow and the search for something miraculous! I just started singing out loud to the timeless “Frere Jacques” melody and a new song was born.”  -Marc Emmelmann

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