morning babble / Friday 12-17-21
This is the scribble that leads to the babble. Sometimes it gets tidied up, but sometimes . . . not so much. When all else fails – go watch the video!
I ran #351 – in a row! 5K Every Day! Countdown to Three Sixty-Six!
Sleigh Ride – made it twice with Fun! and Karmin
Drummer Boy did too – Justin Bieber and Carrie Underwood
My Top 5 Favs –
- It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – Andy Williams
- Mistletoe and Holly – Frank Sinatra
- It Must Have Been Old Santa Claus – Harry Connick, Jr.
- J-I-N-G-L-E Bells – Frank Sinatra
- Christmas Time – Bryan Adams
Newer Favorites –
- Ho, Ho, Ho – Sia
- White is in the Winter Night – Enya
- What Christmas Means to Me – CeeLo Green
- I Want a Hippopotamus – LeeAnn Rimes
- Ave Maria – Chris Cornell
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New Music Friday:
- “More Than Friends” by 24kGoldn / Plays off of the Biz Markie song “Just A Friend” – lost back in July of this year.
- “Edamame” – by bbno$ (Baby No Money), Rich Brian, Diplo. Besides the “Balls hanging low” line that I found amusing. The “Gonna pop you like a P, Edamame” – that was funny, too
- “Sausage Rolls for Everyone” Ed Sheeran / Elton John / Ladbaby. Click here for the video. Trussell Trust food bank charity
- Awolnation – new music has been promised in the new year
- Lumineers on January 14th
- Band of Horses on January 21st
- Jethro Tull on January 28th
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QUOTE OF THE DAY:
“When it comes to life, the critical thing is whether you take things for granted or take them with gratitude.” – by G.K. Chesterton