PhD Songs

PhD Songs:

The following titles are songs that were either written or used extensively during my PhD research.

  • Autumn Leaves – this song is a story about the phenomena of seasonal change
  • Flicker Flutter -this song is a story about a butterfly emerging from its cocoon, drying it’s wings and flying away
  • Papilio -this song is a story about the life cycle of the Papilio citrus caterpillar
  • Cantareus Snail – this is a verse about the common garden snail and it’s movement
  • Cross Andrew – this song is a story about a St Andrews Cross spider growing up and finding a place to build a web
  • Hetty PJ Shark – this song is a story about the Port Jackson Shark and its life cycle
  • Percy Wood Duck – this song is a story about the life cycle of the Wood Duck found in the Sydney region
  • Croaka Loka – this song is a story about the green tree frog that lived in the agapanthus garden at the preschool
  • Farmer Fiona’s Rainbow Field – this song is a story about  Farmer Fiona and her organic farm
  • Skylark: – this song is a story about a seagull, its life cycle and its behaviour on our sea shores
  • Swish Clown Fish – this song is a story about a clown fish, its movement and evasive behaviour
  • Jingle Jolly Jellyfish – this song is a story about the life cycle of the box jellyfish
  • Lester lightfin Leather Jacket – this song is a story about the Leatherjacket fish in Port Jackson
  • Percy Pacific – another duck story, this time about the Pacific Black Duck
  • Pinky Pad Possum – this song is a story about the Brushtailed Possum and its easy engagement with the human species
  • Slippery Sally Snake – this song is a story about a Diamond Python and its life cycle
  • The Wallaby Song – this song is a story about the Rock Wallaby from Royal National Park
  • Wilma Wombat – this song is a story about the Common Wombat – also from the Royal National Park

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