Sing a Song for Singapore – NDP 2010 Theme

Counting down to Singapore’s National Day on 9th August 2010, our National Day Parade (NDP), many great planning and rehearsals have been currently ongoing to ensure a wonderful and beautiful performance and celebration for all.

This year’s NDP 2010 theme song – “Song for Singapore” by Corrinne May, Singer Songwriter.

It’s a brand new day, a brand new story
I remember the way it used to be
We’ve come so far.
You’re my history, you’re my beginning
In all I’ve done
I’ve been nurtured in your arms
And you’ve carried me this far

I want to sing,
sing a song for Singapore
with every generation
there’s more to be grateful for
So come and sing
sing a song for Singapore
You’re my brother, you’re my sister,
I’m thankful for my Singapore
My Singapore, my Singapore.

Come together everybody
Fly the flag and share our story
Live our wildest dreams
Celebrate the red and white
The moon and stars in harmony unite
Let every colour every heart

Come on and sing,
sing a song for Singapore
with every generation
there’s more to be grateful for
So come and sing
sing a song for Singapore
You’re my brother, you’re my sister,
I’m thankful for my Singapore
My Singapore, my Singapore

We’ve had our ups and downs
Sometimes the best things are taken for granted
You’re my family, you’re my home.

Come on and sing,
sing a song for Singapore
with every generation
there’s more to be grateful for
So come and sing
sing a song for Singapore
You’re my brother, you’re my sister,
I’m thankful for my Singapore
My Singapore, my Singapore

Beautiful music, masterpiece and lyrics …..

4 thoughts on “Sing a Song for Singapore – NDP 2010 Theme

  • July 12, 2010 at 8:40 am
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    I like Corrine May!
    My first time listening to the song.. heheh! ;D

  • July 12, 2010 at 12:09 pm
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    Yes, she’s talented & have a great voice ! The song was only launched recently 🙂

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