• Song for your oncology team?

    Asked by SpunkyS on Monday, March 25, 2013

    Song for your oncology team?

    While I was looking for music for a presentation I found this song (Through the years by Kenny Rogders) and thought I would sing it to my oncology team. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHdch7eeNMc
    What would you sing to your team?

    5 Answers from the Community

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    • SueRae1's Avatar

      Hey spunky - I think you gave us the wrong link - or did I miss something?

      over 3 years ago
    • Peroll's Avatar

      I am quite sure that my oncology team would rather I played someone else singing that try and do it myself :)

      over 3 years ago
    • SpunkyS's Avatar

      OOP! SueRae, You are right. That was the wrong link. That was part of the project I was working on.
      Here is the correct one. http://youtu.be/TzEwadgcZnQ
      I would not sing to my team either - - they need to have the ability to listen to others, not have nerve damage from me.

      over 3 years ago
    • Ydnar2xer's Avatar

      How about "WHIP IT" by Devo?

      over 3 years ago
    • Carol-Charlie's Avatar

      Spunky.... I know the song by Kenny Rodgers... I love it. It's me and my Tom. But I too wanted to express something to my oncology team. Being a poet... I wrote this.

      Darkness to Light
      © 2006 by Carol Notermann

      It seemed a cloud of darkness, came rolling down on me.
      It settled all around me, daring me to see.
      I raised my eyes to Heaven, and ran to Him so fast.
      He held me close and sure enough, the darkness did not last.

      Faith led me to this doctor, his talent, the Lord’s gift
      His words, “I got it all” - my spirits took a lift.
      Now chemo has me looking like someone I don’t know
      But trust the Doctor’s Clinic, to deal the final blow.

      When walking in for treatment, the first thing that I see
      Is a smile on all their faces and their caring just for me.
      It’s like this team of experts, is working hand in hand
      To help those of us who come here, all to feel quite grand.

      My thanks will never be enough, to let you know just how
      Each of you has helped me to get from dark to now.
      To help me face the future knowing I will see
      The specials days with those I hold very close to me.

      God bless you - for all you do for all of us!

      over 3 years ago

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