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© 2007 Judy Domeny Bowen
Teacher Therapy: So You Want To Be A Teacher?
This recording contains 13 incredibly funny, honest, and encouraging songs written especially for teachers. A nationally best-selling recording, Teacher Therapy includes the hilarious songs Happy Snow Day and Schoolteacher Stampede. Brandon Moved Away will make you resolve all over again to be the very best teacher you can be. This is a terrific CD for teachers of all grade levels and subjects. Available in both CD and cassette formats, each recording includes written song lyrics.
So You Want To Be A Teacher?Faculty Meetings • Excuses • Dress Code • These Things We Always Say • Gray NovemberSchoolteacher Stampede • February Teacher Blues • Happy Snow Day • A Million Things • Ticket To Tahiti • The Letter G • Brandon Moved Away


© 2007 Judy Domeny Bowen
Teacher of the Year
This recording contains 15 funny, poignant, and downright honest songs for teachers. It includes a great back-to-school anthem, a terrific retirement song, and a toe-tapping, gospel-style, put-a-smile-on-your-face song entitled That'd Be All Right With My Soul! Available in CD format, this recording is a must-have for teachers of any grade level and subject. Each CD includes a booklet of song lyrics.
Back to School Migration • First Day of School • Picture Day • Trunk of Teacher’s Car • William The Janitor • In the Library • Annual Teacher Observation • That’d Be All Right With My Soul • The Chair in the Principal's Office • Hurry Back • Thank You, Mr. RyanTeacher of the Year • The Phone Call • Thirty YearsTeachers on Vacation


© 2007 Judy Domeny Bowen

Calling Me Back
Traditional Folk Songs from the Ozarks
Calling Me Back is Judy's first recording, an actual LP record made in 1983. Now available on CD, it is a timeless collection of traditionally performed folk songs and ballads from the Ozarks. The CD includes a booklet with background information on each song as well as song lyrics.

Pretty Fair Maid • Don’t Step On Mother’s Roses • May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister? • Pat Malone • The Black Sheep • The Boys In Blue • Two Little Boys • Bonnie Wee Lassie • The Letter Edged In BlackThe Unfortunate Man • The Drunkard’s Child • The Bluebird Song