For lever or pedal harp.
This lovely, lyrical original song was written by Bonnie Mohr and her daughter. It is 3 pages long, in the key of C, with no lever changes. It is for advanced beginning players. There are no fingerings.
Here's how Bonnie describes this sweet song.
A little church, a remote lake, and some bored kids were the genesis of the song "Oh So Kind."
While at a magnificent lake in northern Idaho, I decided to practice my harp at a nearby church. My young daughters and nephew wanted to go too, especially to ride in the boat to get to the church. Upon arrival, I tried to practice my harp, but could not concentrate with the children running around. We discussed what they could do to keep busy. One of them suggested writing a song.
My oldest daughter Kirsten saw a poster at the church of a young boy kneeling down to pet a baby bunny. On the poster were the words: "So Be Ye Kind" thus giving her the name for the song. The title was later changed to "Oh So Kind." Kirsten wrote the words and played the melody on the piano, and I developed the song and chords. Here are words Kirsten wrote:
Oh be ye Kind to all you find,
You know the Lord is watching you.
He is so grand to understand,
You know His love will see you through.
This product is a PDF file, to be downloaded to your computer. We do not sell it as regular printed music. It is only available here in this PDF download format.
Click on the blue titles below to see a sample of the first few lines of music.