Art Lives On #6 – “Rubber Ducky”

Back with another music piece to add to the “Art Lives On” project! And more directly, to release ART into the world!

Bath time!

When I recently became aware of the toxicity of the innards of a favorite children’s bath toy, the rubber duck, I set about writing a parody song, with different melody, lyrics and chord structure, yet reminiscent of a song that used to be quite popular.

My thanks to Jodi Pierson-Kraska who shared two photographs for this project.

Song: Rubber Ducky, Lyrics and Music © 04/11/18 by David M. Waldman All Rights Reserved
Video: Rubber Ducky, © 04/11/18 by David M. Waldman All Rights Reserved
Photo Credit: Jodi Pierson-Kraska

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David Waldman

David Waldman is a film writer, cinematographer, director, producer, actor, editor and composer. In addition, he is an unsigned singer/songwriter/arranger/performer with numerous original songs filed with US Copyright Office. He was born in New York City, NY. Musical Education: Waldman studied piano with Leopold Mittman at the Long Island Institute of Music in New York City, NY. He writes, arranges and records, and performs as a vocalist, keyboard player and upright bass player. He enjoys professional musical challenges and making music business contacts. Waldman enjoys writing both serious and comedic music.

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