Day 25 was actually yesterday, I simply didn’t have time to answer the question. I have so many songs that I put on repeat….. Lately it is all about Earth, Wind, and Fire but I’m going with Bill Withers, Lovely Day. When I’m feeling blue this song always lifts me back up. I really need to listen to more of his stuff.
Doing this song exercise has been a lot of fun. I wish I’d had more time to contemplate and research my choices. I may revisit at some point.
Hmmmm. This is interesting. I think it would be Fat Bottomed Girls by Queen. I love Queen, but when that song comes on I always move along to the next song. It grates on my nerves. I can’t say I’ve ever looked for the video for it, let’s see what I find….
hmmmm. Stumped on this one. I don’t think that anyone has in earnest done that. My best friend from high school and I used to sing a lot together, I guess in effect she has sung to me. And the song that jumps to mind is Rush, Tom Sawyer. She loved them more than I did, but they are still pretty excellent.
oh, actually I could also choose Endless Love, I used to sing that as a duet at Karaoke…so I’ll include as a bonus.
man oh man, this is impossible to say. I have at least one hundred favorite songs. So I’m going to search contenders on youtube
ok, I’m going with Queen “Don’t Stop me Now”. It is certainly in my 25 most played 🙂
That would be Zen-Meditation by Gomer Edwin Evans. I include a link to another one of his songs – I couldn’t find Zen-Meditation on youtube but this song is representative of his beautiful music. I think I will play him at Yin this afternoon, it is so pretty. One of the benefits of teaching yoga is that I can justify buying new songs for class and I love shopping for music. That being said – if anyone has recommendations for really meditative music, do tell 🙂
Wow, gotta love the Google. I queried “seventies song michelle dying” and voila, there is my answer. This song has always wrecked me. I’m pretty sentimental and forever scarred by the death of my dad so long ago…..
What I didn’t know, is that Kurt Cobain did a cover of it. (Gotta love youtube along with Google). It is funny, it grates on me, even though I really liked him. I’m just used to the other version, I know.
Enjoy. Love to cyberspace!
I used to do a lot of karaoke. I like to sing in the lab while I work. I’m always singing in the car. There are quite a few songs that I can’t resist the urge to join in with – but perhaps the best out there is R.E.M. “It’s the end of the world”.
Well, I am going with my husband since I am married. I love Queen, I listen to them a lot. When I hear this one I think of my man. He doesn’t know it, it isn’t like “our song” or anything, it just makes me think of him. He is the best. I am blessed.
They love each other by the Grateful Dead. I’m not going to comment further on who this person was it gets way too complicated.
I rediscovered this song thanks to Pandora. Love it. It is going into the Yang Yoga playlist that I’m working on. And I might have to do a little more Spinners homework, I have a feeling I’ll find some more gems 🙂