Sing Me A Song

In 2022, Canadian singer-songwriters William Prince and Serena Ryder released the standalone singles "Sing Me a Song" and "River of Tears".


Sing Me A Song (WORD)
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Sing Me A Song (DUET)(WORD)
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YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE RECORDING in GCEA tuning, if you put your capo on the 2nd fret! You can play the song with just 4 chords, C D Em and G, but I've also thrown the chord diagrams in for Dsus4 (used in the 3rd line of each verse - I think it sounds right there), Gsus4, and G5. You can throw in the Gsus4 however it feels good to you. And if you want to be fancy, in the 2nd bar of the INTRO, try the walk-down of G5, Gsus4, and G. It's what you'll hear them doing!

William Prince (born 1986) is a Canadian folk and country singer-songwriter based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. A direct descendant of Chief Peguis, Prince was born in Selkirk, Manitoba in 1986, and moved with his family to Peguis First Nation as a boy. Prince's father Edward was also a musician and preacher, who recorded a number of albums, and Prince travelled with his father playing gigs in northern Manitoba.

Prince won the Western Canadian Music Award for Aboriginal Artist of the Year in 2016. He received a Canadian Folk Music Award nomination for Aboriginal Songwriter of the Year at the 12th Canadian Folk Music Awards. Prince won the Juno Award for Contemporary Roots Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2017 for his debut album, Earthly Days, and was a finalist for Indigenous Music Album of the Year. His song "The Spark" won the 2020 SOCAN Songwriting Prize. His 2020 album Reliever received a nomination for Contemporary Roots Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2021. He won two Canadian Folk Music Awards at the 16th Canadian Folk Music Awards in 2021, for Contemporary Album of the Year and English Songwriter of the Year.

Serena Lauren Ryder (born December 8, 1982) is a Canadian singer-songwriter. Born in Toronto, she grew up in Millbrook, Ontario. In 2022, Ryder won her seventh Juno Award for Adult Contemporary Album of the Year for her album The Art of Falling Apart. On March 9, 2018, Ryder's song "Be the Ones" was chosen to be the official theme song for 2018 Arctic Winter Games. On May 11, 2022 Ryder received the first Songwriting and Music Publishing award for her hit song "Weak In the Knees" by Music Publishers Canada (MPC) and Music Canada ahead of her participation to the 2022 Juno Songwriters’ Circle at Massey Hall.

At the 2021 Juno ceremony, Prince and Serena Ryder performed "The Spark" at Toronto's Church of the Holy Trinity.

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