What Kids Can Learn from Classic RockKacy Faulconer
So you love classic rock. There’s no need to hide it from your kids and suffer through hours and hours of Wiggles music. Kids love classic rock and can learn from it. I’m not saying classic rock gods are the best examples for your kids to follow, but you could do a lot worse than Supertramp if you’re trying to teach your kids to share.
Learn from Classic Rock 1 of 13
Our House by Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young 2 of 13
There's no place like home.
Dream On by Aerosmith 3 of 13
Sing for the years? Recorded in 1973, who knew Steven Tyler had 40 years ahead of him after writing this power ballad. YOLO, so dream until your dreams come true.
Piece of My Heart by Janis Joplin 4 of 13
Use this song to make your kids feel guilty: DIDN'T I GIVE YOU NEARLY EVERYTHING THAT A WOMAN POSSIBLY CAN?
Sympathy for the Devil by The Rolling Stones 5 of 13
Just a little history lesson from the perspective of the devil. Great for home schoolers.
We Are the Champions by Queen 6 of 13
You will prevail. No time for losers, my friend.
Here Comes the Sun by The Beatles 7 of 13
It's all right.
Sharp Dressed Man by ZZ Top 8 of 13
Clean shirt. New shoes. Clothes make the man, kid.
Pinball Wizard by The Who 9 of 13
Don't judge differently-abled people. Plays by sense of smell. Some people do. No need to be a big bully about it.
People Are Strange by The Doors 10 of 13
Stranger danger 101.
Don’t Stop Believing by Journey 11 of 13
Really do not stop believing. And remember what Aerosmith says about dreaming on.
Give a Little Bit by Supertramp 12 of 13
Thunder Road by Bruce Springsteen 13 of 13
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