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Monday, September 21, 2015

Musical Monday # 70



Musical Monday

I was introduced to Musical Monday by Delores who copied the meme from another site.

I think it’s a fun way to show off some of the music we like and brighten up our Mondays at the same time. 

I’ll be finding my clips on you tube, so will simply credit that site since there are often so many versions of everything and I wouldn’t want to accidentally credit the wrong artist.

Today’s clip is: Trisha Yearwood


The Song Remembers When

Songs are funny that way. Like scents, aromas, they can trigger memories long forgotten.

9 comments:

  1. Another one I don't know.
    She and you are so right. Music probably comes second only to scent in triggering memories.

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  2. I'd never heard it before--it's poetry!!

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  3. I like Trisha Yearwood...I like her husband, Garth Brooks, too. A great musical pairing and sharing there.

    I love a musical start to a week...I love music in the middle of the week, too...and I love when music continues the weekend through . :)

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  4. A lovely, soft song for a Monday morning. Very beautiful voice.

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  5. Trish sings ok for a country singer. Country singers often tell a story well.

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  6. So many songs I have never heard...I love this one. Soft and tender.
    When it rains, everything green sings. I think of Irish Gaelic songs.

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  7. Not one I'd heard before, then again I'm not fond of country music. This is a beautiful song, however.

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  8. Elephant's Child; this one is from 1995, one of my favourites. I have a lot of Trisha Yearwood on my i-pods, probably a quarter to a third of all songs are hers.

    fishducky; I hadn't thought of it as poetry, but you're right.

    Lee; Trisha and Garth are a well matched pair. I like music anytime, often have the i-tunes list playing while I'm reading and typing.

    Vicki; I do like her voice, it has a lot of emotion.

    Margaret; I think that's the point of most country songs, telling a story. Unlike today's music which is often just noise. To my ears anyway.

    Susan Kane; i like a little soft and tender mixed in with my rock and roll. I don't think I've heard much Irish Gaelic, can you name a few? I'll listen on you tube, see if I like it.

    Jacquelineand...;a lot of people aren't fond of country, and there are plenty of country songs I don't like. This country-pop style is what I prefer.

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  9. This is Tuesday, but that song did trigger many memories of my past, a very lovely song.
    Merle...............

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