Day 01- A song that makes me happy ... Come on Eileen by Dexy's Midnight Runners
Day 02- A song that helps you clear your head ... In My Room by The Beach Boys
Day 03- A song that makes you laugh ... Right Said Fred by Bernard Cribbins
Day 04- A song that reminds you of something ... Two Little Boys by Rolf Harris
Day 05- A song that has a new meaning to you every time you hear it ... If Tomorrow Never Comes by Ronan Keating
Day 06- A song you can always relate to ... Where Could I Go But To The Lord? By Elvis Presley
Day 07- A song that is your guilty pleasure ... Matchstalk Men & Matchstalk Cats and Dogs by Brian & Michael
Day 08- A song you liked when you were younger ... Iko Iko by The Dixie Cups
Day 09- A song that makes you want to dance ... C'mon Everybody by Eddie Cochran
Day 10- A song that makes you cry ... In The Wee Small Hours by Frank Sinatra
Day 11- A song that reminds you of summer ... In The Summertime by Mungo Jerry
Day 12- A song that reminds you of your best friend ... While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night Day 13- A song you sing to in the shower
When I saw this was todays post (yesterday) I really started thinking ... and the answer for both the lists I am doing is blank! Sorry to say but I realise I don't spontaneously sing at all! I will sing along with the radio or a CD ... whatever is on, at the time. But I turn off the electric, and my vocal cords turn off as well!
Anyone in the house with me is pleased to know that I do that, btw!Day 14- A song you like hearing live
Well, I have tried to not add James to my list, as otherwise I would have ended up with his titles all through - which is why I am adding a PS to each post!
However I can honestly say I have only ever (ever) heard one act live ... so it has to be my favourite song, by that singer ... so, it has to be ... Yes, London City
... by James Marsters
, of course!
I was going to just go with London City again as my James
song, but thought I would mention "Lullaby Baby Blue",
as the first time I heard him singing it, I actually realised I was still humming it while on the tube going back to the Hostel. So, that certainly made an immeditae impression on me.
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