Former Premier of Victoria Ted Baillieu & Friends – A Song for Iceberger Dan Canta


Why We Sing

If everybody, every day, had a bit of a sing I think we would probably all be better off. No-one should be frightened of singing. Some people feel uncomfortable about it, some people feel shy, and some people just simply think they can’t sing, but everybody can sing to some degree.

Sing for Good offers everybody the chance to get together with a group of friends, a sports club, a book club or a school group. Sing a song, have fun, record it and submit it.

I recommend that everybody have a crack, beyond the shower and beyond the confides of your own home. And just remember when life seems jolly rotten, there’s always something you’ve forgotten and that’s to smile and laugh and dance and sing! – Former Premier Ted Baillieu

Traditional song – Oh Danny Boy with original lyrics

Donations raised through Sing for Good help people in need through Creativity Australia's inclusive With One Voice choir program. As we're a charity, all donations are tax deductible. Thank you for your generous support.

  • This is an awesome initiative to raise our voices together! Please join in. Ted Baillieu
  • Ted, best of luck, happy to support this very important cause. Ian and Simone Carson ($100)
  • Hi Ted, I love your positivity, creativity, ability to write special lyrics on the spot and your special voice in the community. Tania de Jong AM ($50)
  • Great way to bring joy into your life, brilliant. Amander Flaherty ($50)
  • I love the idea Mr. Baillieu and friends. Sing loud and proud :) Carmel Tom ($100)
  • I hope some of this donation goes for singing lessons for this trio Charles Kovess ($50)
  • Thank You Tania Edward Baillieu ($500)
  • Smile Serve Celebrate! Rashi Kapoor ($50)
  • Awesome concept. Nathan Brown ($50)

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Former Premier of Victoria Ted Baillieu & Friends – A Song for Iceberger Dan Canta

Created by Ted Bailllieu from Australia on August 26, 2015.

Submissions close 18 November