One of the songs that makes me wish I were young again, all dressed up to go out dancing:
This is one where you’ll want to pay close attention to the words which, fortunately, display on the screen:
As for me, I’ve learned in the short time since I first heard this song that it’s excellent music for cleaning house. It has great house-cleaning energy.
One of my dogs is deeply attached to me. Whenever he heads my way to cuddle with me, which is most of the time, he’s always moving at top speed, with his eyes shining with love. I always imagine that this is his theme song:
Cheerful music, with a slightly sleazy and disturbing video:
It’s not just that he cleverly and harmoniously put together all the meaningless buzz words corporations tend to throw around; it’s also that the illustrations for the video are amazing. They show real SYNERGY!!
The headlines are so depressing I’m shying away from processing everything enough to write about it. I’m hoping that a little Fred and Ginger will fortify me:
In St. Pancras International Train Station in London, Henri Herbert sat down at an open piano. After a few flourishes, somewhat like a speaker first clearing his throat, Herbert went to work — and what he did will knock your socks off. Passers-by at St. Pancras seemed blasé about it, but Herbert is getting the attention he deserves thanks to the internet:
You all know that I’m a big believer in counting my blessings (what others call “expressing gratitude”). I don’t think one can be truly happy without doing this on a regular basis. I understand that there are some circumstances in which there are no blessings to count (such as being a Boko Haram prisoner), but most of us have something good in our lives. So, while this Oh Honey song isn’t great musically, I really like the sentiment it expresses:
Incidentally, this is the group’s break-out song. It hit the big time because one of the performers on Glee sang it on that show.