There was a post on Facebook recently asking “What song always reminds you of your father?” Well, this song was my answer. (I thought of a couple more songs, however they were made up by my Dad and highly inappropriate!) Ever since I posted my answer, the song has been stuck in my head. Now, I hope it’s stuck in yours! Snicker, snort!
I woke up this morning with the desire to listen to some instrumental music. I haven’t listened to much music lately but last week when my car’s radio decided it wasn’t going to work at all, I just about freaked out! My CD player wouldn’t even work! After a few days everything was working again, thank goodness. I guess I would miss my music if I didn’t have it.
The videos below are instrumental and addictive. They are some of my favorites and I have them playing on a loop this morning. My nerves have calmed tremendously since I first started listening. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do!
Y’all remember this song? Most likely, your memory is like mine and the Coco-Cola commercial pops into mind. That was in the 70’s.
This song was stuck in my head this morning. With everything going on these days; racism and hatefulness, division and ridiculous behaviors, lies, etc., it would be nice if we could all live in harmony with each other, as the song suggests. Do you think it could ever happen?
Here’s the Coca-Cola commercial version:
I woke up this morning and my brain started singing this song. I haven’t heard it in a very long time, but there it was. Stuck. Playing over and over again in my mind. The funny thing is, that when I hear it, I see Kermit the Frog in my mind. This guy sounds like Kermit (to me anyway) and when I was a kid I thought it was Kermit! Is it just me?
Here’s Canned Heat with Going Up The Country from 1970:
Have a great week, y’all!
I woke up this morning with a few scattered thoughts and this song on my mind. I can only hope things will get better soon. I wish everyone would stop and think about what our flag represents. Think about those who died for our right to protest and to speak freely. Think about other countries who have governments that rule with an iron fist; where citizens have little to no rights. Think about our Great Nation, the USA, and what it would be like if we were to come under dictatorial rule. What would happen if we lost the rights we have become so used to having? We take our rights for granted, don’t you think? We must stand together now and hold the American Flag high.
Being a Patriot is about standing up for the Constitution of The United States of America, supporting our government, and standing up for our country as a whole, not just certain groups of people. Our government is not perfect, by a long shot, but change must come about peacefully and according to our laws. Let us unite and fix what is broken instead of ripping it completely apart.