A few days ago Fimnora Westcaw over at Quantum Hermit started up a new event called Monday Music Medicine. It’s all about Earworms. What’s an earworm, you ask. And rightly so since if you don’t know what it is you won’t know if you have one! According to the Urban Dictionary an earworm is “A song that sticks in your mind, and will not leave no matter how much you try (to stop it). The best way to get rid of an earworm is to replace it with another. Be prepared to become a jukebox.”
Fim, not sure if we’re just supposed to ping you on Mondays or what, but I did have an earworm when I got up this morning. So I’m sharing it with you! Let me know if it’s just a Monday thing…
Willie usually goes with me in the car where we can sing (in my case VERY badly) at the top of our lungs. His “gitar” playin’ sounds so much like my dad’s that I often get kind of teary listening to certain of his songs. Also, his version of Harbor Lights is the song his lordship and I love to smoosh around the kitchen floor to.
Truthfully, I really like this song because I believe what it says:
I’ll never know, what makes the rain to fall
I’ll never know, what makes the grass so tall
I only know, there ain’t no love at all
Without a song