Kijana Wiseman, M.Ed.

Songlist and Audio Demos

'Round Midnight

Always & Forever 

America the Beautiful

At Last

As Time Goes By

Ave Maria (1 verse)

Beauty and the Beast 

Because You Loved Me

Being Alive

Believe Me ( Original) 

Black Coffee

Boogie Shoes 

Break Up to Make Up 

Bridge Over Troubled Water 

Bye, Bye Blackbird

Call Me Irresponsible

Can't Help Loving That Man of Mine

Caught Up In The Rapture

Chapel Of Love


Come Rain Or Come Shine

Come See About Me


Cry Me a River

Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me

Don't Cry for me Argentina

Don’t Get Around Much Anymore

Don't Know Why

Don't Worry, Be Happy




Fields of Gold


First Time Ever I Saw Your Face

Fly Me to the Moon 

From This Moment On

Get Here 

Give Me One Reason

Girl From Ipanema

God Bless the Chile'

Good Morning Headache

Greatest Love of All

Hello Dolly

Hello, Young Lovers

His Eye Is On the Sparrow

I Believe I Can Fly

I Can See Clearly Now 

I Could Have Danced All Nite

I Got Shoes/Good News

I Got You Babe

I Hope You Dance

I Left My Heart In San Francisco

I Loves You Porgy

I Will Always Love You

I Will Remember You

I Will Survive

I Wish You Love

I'll Be Seeing You

I've Got You Under My Skin

If I Ain't Got You

If I Loved You 

Isn't It Romantic

It Had to Be You

It Must Have Been Love


Just Because


Knock Three Times 

Lady Marmalade

Last Dance

Lean On Me

Lord's Prayer

Lost Mind

Lullaby of Birdland

Mama Tiembo’s Getting Married

Memories  - Cat

Memories-Way We Were


Moon River

Mood Indigo

More Than You Know

Muskrat Love 

My Funny Valentine

My Heart Will Go On

Natural Woman

Neither One of Us

New York, New York

Night and Day

Nothin's Gonna Harm You

O Holy Night 

On A Slow Boat To China

Orange Colored Sky 

Over the Rainbow 


People Get Ready 

Pie Jesu

Please Mr. Postman 

Precious Lord Take My Hand

Pretty Women

Put Your Feet Up (Original)

Putting It Together

Put Your Feet Up

Relax, Breathe, I love you (Original)

Rescue Me


Santa Baby

Sunrise, Sunrise 

Right Key..Wrong Keyhole

RiversofBabylon / Brown Girl In the Ring 

Rock Steady 

Route 66

Saints Go Marching In

Santa Baby

Save the Best for Last

Scarborough Fair 

Shining Star 


Slow Hand

Smooth (Santana)

Someone to Watch Over Me

Something Comin'

Somewhere (There’s a Place for Us)

Somewhere Out There

Somewhere Over the Rainbow 

Songbird | “Footprints” (Original Poem) 

Stand By Me 

Stormy Weather

Sugar, Sugar


Sunrise, Sunset

Sweet Love


Texas Our Texas

That's Amore

That's Life

That's What Friends are For

The Christmas song 

The Eyes of Texas

The Music of the Night

The Rose

The Shadow of Your Smile

The Star Spangled Banner

The Very Thought Of You

The Way You Look Tonight

They Can't Take That Away from Me

This Land Is Your Land

This Love 

Three Times a Lady


Tomorrow  (The Sun Will Come out...)

Try to Remember

Under the Boardwalk 


Wade In the Water

Wait a While

Wanna Dance with Somebody


We Are Family 

We Are the World 

We Fall Down

We Kiss in a Shadow

What a Wonderful World

What's Love Got To Do With It?

When I Fall In Love 

When Will I See You Again

Wind Beneath My Wings

With You I’m Born Again

Xmas from the Heart

You Can't Hurry Love

You Don't Bring me Flowers

You’re the Best Thing That Ever
       Happened to Me

You've Changed

...and many more!

Special Christmas Playlist (.pdf)

A Select Songlist...

The following songs are available on tracks.  Additional offerings are available with live musicians and as a part of Kijana’s  speciality programs:   “The Griot”, Christian Spirituals and special music for Weddings, Funerals, Thanksgiving,
Christmas, Kwanzaa, MLK Day Freedom Songs and a smattering of songs in select foreign languages ...
just ask for your favorites.  Kijana reads music, is a quick study...and can probably accommodate you!

Click the highlighted links below to hear a sample of the song indicated...

"It was her voice that caught their attention, sometimes honey like Billie Holiday, sometimes Ella Fitzgerald’s glass-shattering style. She could sing as sorrowful as a flute, happy as a drum.  But when Kijana Wiseman sang, boys whose thoughts were outside the pavilion, under cotton candy clouds, stopped fidgeting. Women with straw hats tapped their feet. Little girls, some with hair braided and beaded, swayed and hummed along to Sunday morning songs.”

Laura Elder,  The Daily News