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When I was a little kid, I used to listen to these tapes at night as I fell asleep. They made a big impression on me. I can't for the life of me figure out what they were (my parents have no clue) or where/if I can get them on CD.

The one song I remember most clearly is one that began with two kids talking about "forgiving 7x7x7x7x7x7x7x7..." Then, the song had the lyrics, "Be kind, one to another. Open hearted, forgiving each other. For even as God for Jesus sake, has forgiven you." Another one had the kids playing "Eye Spy" or something like that (maybe while it was raining?) and by the end of the skit/piece one of the kids spies something that's "red and yellow and orange and blue and..." and one of the kids objects that that isn't possible, and then they talk about rainbows or something. These are all vague recollections from about 25 years ago, so, I know I'm not giving a whole lot to go off of here...

We always referred to it as "the Creek Bank Kids". I found a cd online called "Down by the Creek Bank" but after contacting the publisher Agapeland, they responded to my inquiry about this and said they didn't recognize it, so it isn't them...

Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!

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