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The song that reminds host Bob Boilen the most of his mom is Shirley Temple singing "The Good Ship Lollipop." The Kobal Collection hide caption

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Jeen, 'Everywhere I Go'

From the Canadian singer's first solo album comes a wistful yet breezy '90s throwback that reminds you to "burn it bright."

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All Songs: Nine Creative Musicians You Should Know

All of the songs on this week's show grapple with the alchemy of creation.

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