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Women in History

Educational Songs for Women's History Month
Celebrated each March in the United States

These Women's History Songs and Lyrics are available from a variety of albums:

Amelia Earhart – Kathleen Wiley
Aren't I A Woman? (Sojourner Truth) – Jonathan Sprout
Can't Stop Running (Wilma Rudolph) – Jonathan Sprout
Carry On (Susan B. Anthony) – Jonathan Sprout
Doctor (Elizabeth Blackwell) – Jonathan Sprout
Do You Want To Be Free? – Two of a Kind
Eleanor (Roosevelt) – Jonathan Sprout
Girls Who Rocked The World – Two of a Kind
Harriet Tubman – Kathleen Wiley
Heads, Hearts and Hands (Mary McLeod Bethune) – Jonathan Sprout
I Live and Breathe for Freedom: Harriet Tubman's Song – Marla Lewis
Interconnected (Rachel Carson) – Jonathan Sprout
Keep Your Face To The Sunshine (Helen Keller) – Jonathan Sprout
The Least That I Could Do (Jane Addams) – Jonathan Sprout
Might Jackie The Strikeout Queen (Jackie Mitchell) – Marla Lewis
Pocahontas – Jonathan Sprout
Powerful (Samantha Smith) – Jonathan Sprout
Rosa Parks – Andy Glockenspiel 
Rosa Rosa, Roll On! – Marla Lewis 
Sacajawea – Kathleen Wiley
Standing On The Shoulders – Earth Mama - Joyce Rouse
We've Come A Long Way, Ladies – Earth Mama - Joyce Rouse
Unstoppable (Julliet Gordon "Daisy" Low) – Jonathan Sprout
What Can One Little Person Do? (Harriett Tubman, Sojourner Truth & Rosa    Parks) – Two of a Kind

Songs to Empower Women and Girls:
Girls Who Rock the World
– Two of a Kind
Standing On The Shoulders
– Earth Mama - Joyce Rouse
We've Come A Long Way, Ladies
– Earth Mama - Joyce Rouse

See also: United States History, March and Biographical Song Lyrics

Please also see our School Concert Songs that have additional sing-along backing tracks and/or sheet music available for purchase.

 


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