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This month I’m doing a 30-day song challenge following the prompts given by Donna from MyOBT, one of my favorite blogs. It sounded like so much fun I couldn’t resist. Feel free to join in on your social media platform, add your picks in the comments below, or simply enjoy (hopefully) the music I’ve chosen.

As we get closer to Christmas I couldn’t help but have this song on my list. I had the privilege of seeing this piece performed in person ~ a concert I’ll never forget.

I wish I could have gotten the video of Trans-Siberian Orchestra playing it (it’s out there somewhere, but disappeared from my grasp), but just listen. Wonderful musicians giving a grandiose spin to a couple of old Christmas carols.

 

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This month I’m doing a 30-day song challenge following the prompts given by Donna from MyOBT, one of my favorite blogs. It sounded like so much fun I couldn’t resist. Feel free to join in on your social media platform, add your picks in the comments below, or simply enjoy (hopefully) the music I’ve chosen.

Feeling logy? Unmotivated? Stagnant? It’s not too late to shape it up, get straight, go forward, move ahead, and Whip It, Whip It good.

 

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This month I’m doing a 30-day song challenge following the prompts given by Donna from MyOBT, one of my favorite blogs. It sounded like so much fun I couldn’t resist. Feel free to join in on your social media platform, add your picks in the comments below, or simply enjoy (hopefully) the music I’ve chosen.

I was blessed with a beautiful name. Sara. No “h.” Thanks for that, Mom and Dad. I love my name.

Presenting not one but two songs I like, with a/my name in the title.

 

 

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This month I’m doing a 30-day song challenge following the prompts given by Donna from MyOBT, one of my favorite blogs. It sounded like so much fun I couldn’t resist. Feel free to join in on your social media platform, add your picks in the comments below, or simply enjoy (hopefully) the music I’ve chosen.

A song that has many meanings? Memories, trials, successes, courage, and floating. Yow.  I love this song for so many reasons.

 

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This month I’m doing a 30-day song challenge following the prompts given by Donna from MyOBT, one of my favorite blogs. It sounded like so much fun I couldn’t resist. Feel free to join in on your social media platform, add your picks in the comments below, or simply enjoy (hopefully) the music I’ve chosen.

Yeah, more Cat Stevens. He’s had a big impact on my appreciation for music, and most importantly my outlook on life. How many time have I “found my head one day when I wasn’t even trying?”

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This month I’m doing a 30-day song challenge following the prompts given by Donna from MyOBT, one of my favorite blogs. It sounded like so much fun I couldn’t resist. Feel free to join in on your social media platform, add your picks in the comments below, or simply enjoy (hopefully) the music I’ve chosen.

1961. It was Patsy Cline’s first number-one hit on the Country charts, and her second hit single to cross over onto the Pop charts.   I’m sure my parents sang this every time they looked at the little darling that was me.

 

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This month I’m doing a 30-day song challenge following the prompts given by Donna from MyOBT, one of my favorite blogs. It sounded like so much fun I couldn’t resist. Feel free to join in on your social media platform, add your picks in the comments below, or simply enjoy (hopefully) the music I’ve chosen.

This one made me laugh.  The one and only time I sang karaoke I was at the Minnesota State Fair where Charlotte and I belted out our version of Fat Bottomed Girls at the Minnesota State Fair at a very small stage.  No one really paid attention.

But when I think of duets the first couple to come to mind is Steve and Eydie.  I grew up with this song at my grandparents house.  I’d beg to listen to it time and time again, making Grandma find the record and play it on their very fancy console.  I even made Grandma Harriet promise to leave the album to me in her will.  She did.  Thanks Gram!

I don’t know how well I’d do singing this with someone else on karaoke, but I’d love to try.

 

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