Ok - I looked at the map, but it was cloudy and there was no North Star - no twinkle twinkle big old star. Then I went over to the tree to find the moss, but decided to hug it instead. Uh oh - I can feel it - the hike has begun and I've just learned that last night a raccoon has been chewing on one of my boots! Would ABBA's "S.O.S" be a good song?
Is it catchy, hopefully, does it have an easy to remember chorus, definitely, would everyone know it, doubtful.
CCR, folks. Perfect for any campfire. Thank you, John Fogerty.
When we had family members at the house after Christmas, they insisted I bring out the uke and play, and of course I did this one and everyone joined in singing.
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I've got an idea!
Keith M --> likes a long neck - & baritone.
Wait wait!!!! I've just had a s'more. All's right with the world! I'll be back!
(Linda, I ADORE this theme. Want to make sure my joking is taken in the the right way. )
Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.
Here's an original. Could be fun around a campfire!
Randy - Harry122
"Singing is just doing interesting things to the air. Elongating it and twisting it into shapes." - Tom Waits
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