Monday, November 16, 2015

Musical Monday

The number of songs Little Jo knows is extraordinary. How can her small brain contain so much information? I doubt I know the lyrics to one song but that wasn't always the case, so Mother informed me. Apparently the very young Andrew knew all the words to this song and used to sing it very often to the point of being annoying. Ok, yes, a pretty boring Musical Monday. Head over to River's blog to see if she has something better.


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    1. Strayer, I must have thought so when I was a kid.

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    1. Marie, me as a four year old or the song?

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  3. Not a song I had ever heard. And it is fun.
    I am with you on the memory issues. There is a Larson cartoon which sums it up 'may I be excused? My brain is full...'

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    1. EC, we have so much more to remember than our ancestors. I am not sure if our brains have kept up.

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  4. Andrew, great idea tomorrrow I am going to teach my satudents. Thanks for inspiration

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    1. Gosia, I hope I don't start a craze in Poland, with everyone walking around singing.

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  5. I LOVE this!
    It's on all my ipods and I still remember all the words.
    I was going to find a decent clip for my Mondays, but now I don't have to, so thanks.

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    1. I am surprised River. I don't remember the words at all, even the chorus I get wrong.

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  6. Nothing wrong with starting a singing craze in Poland :)

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  7. I remember that song and i have the music :)
    When young if we listen to the songs words, we remember them and sing along!

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    1. Margaret, I really thought I was the only one. Don't get the music out though. You won't be loved for a rendition.

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  8. Oh thanks soooo much Andrew, just as I'm heading off to bed. If I can't sleep I'm going to be mega grumpy :)

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    1. Pleased to put you in the right frame of mind for rest, Grace.

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