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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Big_Bend, Nov 13, 2017.
Come on, smile.
Ha! This is a great one that Youtube correctly chose after Dutchie.
With special guest vocals by Cheech and Chong.
Gypsy Jazz is another form of music sure to get a smile from me!
"Minor Swing" - Rhythm Future Quartet
"After youve gone" - Tcha Badjo
Come Dancing, by the Kinks. I've loved the song since I was in college, always got a good feeling from it; and only within the last year or so learned the story behind it. A tip of the fedora to Ray Davies for such a neat tribute to his sister, if the story is true.
I like something classic myself....
JuStAgIrL was the username of the individual that first popped up when I clicked on "find a random chat partner" for the first time using ICQ back in December of 1997. A week from now will be about 20 years to the day when I clicked that button and was first introduced to JuStAgIrL. We chatted or talked on the phone every day for two months and met in person the day before Valentine's Day (Friday the 13th) 1998. We dated, got engaged, married a few years later, and she has been my wife, best friend, and soulmate ever-since. Unfortunately after 17 years of marriage we are back to a [SUPER] long distance relationship since I'm here in Colorado and she is now in heaven. But we made the long distance thing work once before and even though it is quite a bit harder this time, we'll make the long distance thing work again until we can be together again.
Every time I hear "Just A Girl" on the radio (which seems to be quite often now), I feel like it is her speaking to me and it reminds me of that day back in December of '97 when I met my soulmate... and that makes me smile!
Great story Bobar...now I'm smiling!
Just another silly Kinks song...
How to dance disco (Finland 1976)
Lovely thread. Made me smile multiple times!
Here are my suggestions.
A song by our own Jakedog which always puts a melancholy smile on my face:
This was among the songs we found when researching for music to play at the 50th wedding anniversary of my parents (they got married in 1964). Many smiles were seen (and maybe one or two tears were shed ...)
she touches my soul..and makes me smile..
Another song that sits well with me
Q: What do you do when you find a Spaceman?
A: You pull in and park, man!
Another one, when Sheryl was just a kid, always good for a smile while sitting in a bar on a Tuesday at noon drinking a beer.