Song Lyric Sunday – Last

Song Lyric Sunday

Many thanks to Helen for hosting the Song Lyric Sunday challenge. This week’s theme is Last. I am once again going to go my own way as this song has little to do with last, except maybe that it’s the last thing you’d expect. 😉 Without further ado, more maniacal musings from the mind of Bob Rivers.

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Song Lyric Sunday 12.1.18

Song Lyric Sunday

For Helen’s challenge, this week’s prompt is First so, I’m posting this on the First of December. Take THAT euphemism! hah. Anyway, It’s that time of year again. Christmas carols are playing and lights are hung everywhere you go. So, I’ve decided that for December’s SLS entries, I’m going to do a Christmas song of some sort. Continue reading “Song Lyric Sunday 12.1.18”

Song Lyric Sunday 11.9.18 Take/Taking

Song Lyric Sunday

Helen’s theme for this week is take/taking. Whenever I think about taking, I thing about those “taking” relationships. You know the ones where you give and they take, and take, and take, and take…. you get the picture. Been there, done that. Also, the singer/writer was taken from us far too soon.  I was sitting in my car in the parking lot of my high school when the news came through and I still feel that loss. Oh the poignant songs we’ll never hear from the marvelous soul that was Jim Croce. Continue reading “Song Lyric Sunday 11.9.18 Take/Taking”

Song Lyric Sunday – Sleep

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For this week’s Song Lyric Sunday prompt of “Sleep” from Helen Vahdati, I offer the often forgotten melody from the great Stephen Foster. Published posthumously in 1864, it has been recorded, re-recorded, re-written with many liberties but always remains best sung by Bing Crosby (IMHO). Usually thought of as a lullaby, to me it is more of a lament for a lost loved one, particularly the second verse which is seldom performed.

Enjoy! Continue reading “Song Lyric Sunday – Sleep”