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Love is Love, a song that celebrates families and the colors of the rainbow

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“Play in the park, spin me around. Pick me up if I fall down. Make my tea, wash my clothes, brush my hair, wipe my nose. These kinds of things my parents do. Whoever cares for you, I guess they do, too.

“Love is the glue that sticks us together, and whatever the weather, they’ll love me forever. So when it’s time for bed, and they kiss me good night, I know I’m safe at home and everything’s alright…”

Love is Love. Sing along with this celebration of all kinds of modern families with the UK-based team at Hopster.

coloring together
bedtime
rainbow flag
pride parade

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