What are your favourite songs


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I like Neil Diamond’s Cracklin’ Rosie.


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The Best Day - Taylor Swift
Slipping through my fingers
One Love - Bob Marley
This is Ponderous - 2NU
Swamp Thing [Southerncomdort] - The Grid
The way I am - Ingrid Michaleson
(Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth - Metallica
Two Voices, One Song - Barbie
Lava ( Pixar )
Seven Joys of Mary - great Big Sea


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The very talented Frankie Lymon, inspiration for Michael Jackson–and a sad case of a far too early overdose death.


#235

Dion DiMucci!


#236

Flatt and Scruggs. Classic Bluegrass!


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So Wednesday night I went to a local minor league baseball game (well sorta local - it’s a one hour drive) and during an inning break they played the Scatman song. I’ve been researching the artist, Scatman John, the last couple of days. Turns out he had a severe stuttering problem, and used “scat singing” as a way to turn that negative into a positive. Sadly he died in 1999 a week after collapsing at a concert (he was suffering from lung cancer), but he apparently died at peace, he said, “Whatever God wants is fine by me … I’ve had the very best life. I have tasted beauty.” Prayers for his soul, and here is his signature song for your enjoyment. A couple of the verses directly address his stuttering.

Edited to add: Having had a stuttering problem myself when I was young, I appreciate that Scatman John used the lyrics of this song to encourage other stutterers.


#240

Love the “Diamond Castle Movie” with Melody!


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Always playing this on my ukulele!


#244

My Theme song!!!

Sister and me were in the living room,

Busy coloring chairs that we lay on,

No signs of gloom, a quiet affair,

That is until I borrowed her crayon

I cannot lie it’s the one she loves the best and

I don’t know why I put her to the test

But I had no idea she’d get this distressed

Now she’s having a meltdown

Didn’t know that she felt down

A m-m-m-m-m meltdown

Then Dad walked in and stared at us in awe Couldn’t quite understand what the deal was Or what he saw, I took my sister’s hand Gave her her crayon and said sorry cause

I was aware that we were in a bind

Dad’s antique chairs were covered in colored lines And I guess he’s not a fan of those rainbow designs

Now he’s having a meltdown Didn’t know that he felt down A m-m-m-m-m meltdown

He’s having an M-E-L-T-D-O-W-N

D-O-W-N down.

I’d stop the world and wait for you to KETCHUP

But it turns and turns and you must be heard you

MUSTARD MUSTARD must be heard

Cause you’re having a meltdown

Didn’t know that you felt down

We’re all having a meltdown

We’re all having an M-E-L-T-D-O-W-N D-O-W-N down.

And I know that this might sound outrageous, outrageous

But a meltdown is contagious, contagious

Now Dad and me were having an M-E-L-T-D – down

Now Mom and me were having an M-E-L-T-D – down

And I’d stop the world and meltdown with you.


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Life is good!


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