Moby, Barenaked Ladies and Of Montreal are among the 20 acts contributing children's songs to the third installation of the benefit album "For the Kids."
Moby, Barenaked Ladies and Of Montreal are among the 20 acts contributing children's songs to the third installation of the benefit album "For the Kids." Due Oct. 2 via Nettwerk, the project will raise funds for VH1's Save the Music Foundation.
The majority of the songs here were recorded specifically for the album, including Moby's "Very Long," Of Montreal's "I Want To Have Fun," Rogue Wave's "My Little Bird," Hem's "No Hiding" and Great Lake Swimmers' "See You on the Moon."
Previously released tracks were contributed by Barenaked Ladies, O.A.R., Jolie Holland and Mates Of State, among others.
Here is the track list for "For the Kids III":
"I Want To Have Fun," Of Montreal
"See You on the Moon," Great Lake Swimmers
"The Poopsmith Song," Over The Rhine
"My Little Bird," Rogue Wave
"Itsy Bitsy Spider," O.A.R.
"The Other Day I Met a Bear," Barenaked Ladies
"The Babysitter Song," Dar Williams
"I'm a Believer," the Sippy Cups
"If You're Happy and You Know It," Anathallo
"Does Your Cat Have a Mustache," the Format
"Very Long," Moby
"My Darling Clementine," Submarines
"The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round," Kyle Andrews
"New Shoes," Blitzen Trapper
"Jellyman Kelly," Mates Of State
"No Hiding," Hem
"The Lint Song," MC Lars
"Pure Imagination," Jolie Holland
"As Small As Me," Rosie Thomas and Damien Jurado
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