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Ain’t no mountain high enough

This song is a famous top twenty hit from the 1960s.

Words and Music by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson

Comments about Ain’t no mountain high enough

Taylor Report this comment

Posted 29th Nov 2013 07:52

It GIVES ME THE CHILLS

Basebua Report this comment

Posted 26th Nov 2013 05:26

I love this song we sing this song as a test on our own

Hussain Report this comment

Posted 15th Oct 2013 07:40

Very powerful song

 

Armstrong Report this comment

Posted 9th Jul 2013 06:37

I love this song

Nettle Report this comment

Posted 13th Jan 2013 07:10

Love this song, its a true classic and is an amazing SONG!!!!

Walker Report this comment

Posted 25th Jun 2012 05:03

GREAT!

Ms Harris Report this comment

Posted 7th Apr 2012 09:06

Such an amazing song. At my school, this song was our number 1 song and we sung it all the time.

Miss Edwards Report this comment

Posted 10th Mar 2012 12:17

I sang this song at school isn't it FUNKY!!!

Nurse Keen Report this comment

Posted 10th Feb 2012 10:19

This song is great and the kids love it

 

Miss Sewa Report this comment

Posted 18th Jan 2012 08:55

A great hit! My kids lurved it!

Miss Harris Report this comment

Posted 6th Jul 2011 08:36

I love this song, we sing it all the time at choir!!!

Miss Mcmanus Report this comment

Posted 1st Jul 2011 06:28

This is simply the best, played it at the end of today with my yr 5 class and they left the school singing it across the playground!!

Miss Mcmanus Report this comment

Posted 23rd Jun 2011 06:32

This song is simply the best, so glad it's on the CD i've just received in the post, thankyou!!

Sing Up Brookes Report this comment

Posted 7th May 2011 03:31

wow, my class have loved this!

Jemma Forster Forster Report this comment

Posted 13th Apr 2011 05:25

I really do love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :):):):):)

Sing Up Karlo Report this comment

Posted 1st Feb 2011 09:55

Disco time! *Dances*

Miss Harrison Report this comment

Posted 28th Jan 2011 03:55

I like this, I will save it and I am totally excited about the performance!

Miss Harrison Report this comment

Posted 27th Jan 2011 05:06

a joyful moving song and we are peforming it at white rock and hastings music festival. it really makes kids get up and groove!

About Me Mason Report this comment

Posted 11th Jan 2011 06:31

no there is no mountain high enough to stop me singing ;-)

Miss Loi Report this comment

Posted 30th Oct 2010 05:37

I love this song, it's BRILLIANT. it makes the children do the groove

 

Mrs Carter Report this comment

Posted 16th Oct 2010 10:43

Last time i heard this song was with my daughter in my dads car because he was listening to the original singers, and i loved it. and now my daughters school is singing it on thursday. i cant wait to hear it because she is the lead singer and has an amazing voice. also she will have to sing solo and dance. How embarrassing. Does anyone know the original singers like me?

Mrs Wood Report this comment

Posted 7th Sep 2010 09:12

I heard my daughters' school choir singing this and am now introducing into our school. It sounded AMAZING! Can't wait to introduce it to the children tomorrow.

Christine Williams Report this comment

Posted 22nd Aug 2010 06:07

this song has almost become like a signature tune for the school because the children love it so much.

Ms Gransden Report this comment

Posted 4th Jul 2010 11:54

A fabulous feel good song! Our Year 6 class are going to sing it as the finale of their leaver's assembly! No tears, just lots of joy!!

Miss Gammons Report this comment

Posted 13th Jun 2010 11:13

the children in care love this song

Miss Watts Report this comment

Posted 7th May 2010 06:31

I work in a primary school and when me and my children sing it they give it their all because it is a fantastic song. I will recommend it to anybody. Enjoy.

MR Guy Report this comment

Posted 2nd Apr 2010 09:00

This song has a nice groove to it and also you can put the class into groups of girls and boys and girls sing chorus and boys sing main part.

Mrs Burns Report this comment

Posted 5th Mar 2010 08:25

My class loves this song so much, almost as much as our LSA who can't hold back the boogie, great lesson plan for PSHCE as well.

Mrs McLeod Report this comment

Posted 7th Jan 2010 03:47

I have sung this as an ending to motivational sessions with teenagers, with infant school children and primary children alike, and it's always a winner! You can't help but feel good singing this! Adults love it, too!

Mrs Hitchen Report this comment

Posted 2nd Jan 2010 03:10

One of our Year 6 Choir members at Walmsley CE School, Bolton, has kept asking me to listen to this after he 'discovered' it on Sing Up. Now that I have, he'll be pleased to know that we're going to be singing it next term. Thanks, Alex (B)!!

- Mrs. D Hitchen

Miss Biston Report this comment

Posted 7th Nov 2009 11:22

My Reception classes have learnt this song over the course of just 2 days! We are going to put it into our nativity, singing it whilst the sheperds and kings are looking for baby Jesus! We love it!

Miss Biston and Mrs Franklin

Mr Weaver Report this comment

Posted 1st Nov 2009 10:35

the choir I'm in (d.c.j.c) sing this song and i love it. just the feeling when you sing it, it's wonderful!

Ms Watson Report this comment

Posted 29th Sep 2009 06:30

my daughter goes to nelson primary and they all love this song. although she ain't in the choir, she loves singing it.

Ms Gosai Report this comment

Posted 17th Sep 2009 02:29

I work in a secondary special school. I love this song because some of my more able children sing the whole song whilst all the other children join in the chorus with sign language. I have translated the chorus in pictures using communication in print as well. Daksha Gosai

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