One
Here To Play

Luke liked to sit at the piano from a very early age.  He feels relaxed and safe
with his legs securely underneath and his hands on the keys.  Playing the piano
is wonderful physical therapy for Luke because he maintains good posture
which helps strengthen his core.  Playing the piano also requires Luke to stretch
his fingers and use both hands.  

When Luke was four he began piano lessons with Anne Silverman.  I also
brought my guitar so that we could sing together.  The lesson quickly became a
favorite time of the week for all involved.  

Within a few weeks, Anne started learning my songs and adding musical depth
to my melodies with some terrific arrangements.  It wasn't long before we began
writing songs together.  One day we were chatting and jamming together at
Concord Academy with voice teacher Diana Thompson.  We were fooling around
with different intervals and collectively wrote "One."

One by Tim Seston and Anne Silverman

Five, Four, Three, Two, One - Go!

One Two One.  One Three One.  
One Four One.  One Five One.

One, Two, Three, Four, Five.  
Five, Four, Three, Two, One.
One, Two, Three, Four, Five.  
Five, Four, Three, Two, One.

I've got five little toes on my left foot
I've got five little toes on my right
I've got five little fingers on each of my hands
They help me play my music all night

One, Two, Three, Four, Five.  
Five, Four, Three, Two, One.
One, Two, Three, Four, Five.  
Five, Four, Three, Two, One.

I smell that BBQ smoking
While we play our big blues jam
Taste mouthwatering mojo
Dripping all over the ham
I hear the trumpets and trombones blowing
Piano keys turn up the heat
I feel the drummer drumming and the guitar strumming
See the party down on Bourbon Street

All five senses are working
Come and share this moment with me
Let's count to five with this down home jive
Sing together in sweet harmony

One, Two, Three, Four, Five.  
Five, Four, Three, Two, One.
One, Two, Three, Four, Five.  
Five, Four, Three, Two,
Five, Four, Three, Two,
Five, Four, Three, Two, One