Days 23, 24, 25, & 26

5 Jul

Whoa boy, I’m getting behind again…  At least I’ll be done with this thing by the end of this week!  Yippy!!!!!

So on to the make-up days:

Day 23:  A song you want to play at your wedding:

So I’m already married, but if I were to do it over again, I’d pick this song, hands down.  Ever since hearing this version at the end of Scrubs (yes, I said the end.  I know there was a 9th season, we’re not going there), I knew that if I ever got re-married (or renewed our vows, whatever), I’d have this song played.

Day 24:  A song you want played at your funeral:

Since I want my funeral to be a happy occasion, celebrating my life, not mourning my death (if you don’t want to be cut out of my will, you’ll celebrate, not mourn.  I will be watching.), I’d probably pick a happier song than this one.  However, since this is the best funeral song I can think of, I’m throwing it up here:

Maybe this is just assuming that I will die with a bunch of others…

Day 25:  A song that makes you laugh.

Got the perfect one for this, if only I could find it…  The song I’d love to put up here is Rick Bedrosian’s (of Hair-of-the-Dog, an irish folk band from Saratoga, NY) I used to work in Chicago.  I can’t find it, but here is a link to the song:  I Used to Work in Chicago

Day 26: A song you can play on an instrument:

There are a lot of songs I can play on an instrument.  The only real question is:  “Can I play them well?”  Well, some I can, some probably not.  This is one of the great things about playing a few instruments:  you can generally play lots of songs.  I play baritone horn, trombone, bass, and a little guitar (I’m learning anyway).  So there are a number of songs I can play.  My favorite is this one:





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