Sunday, 10 June 2012

Song for a Sunday

Colin, my brother, recently described something (I forget what) as "like your Song for a Sunday - people wish it wasn't there."  To heap coals on his head, today's song is one he told me about.  We don't share a taste in music any more than we share a taste in books, but occasionally there is something we both like - step forward 'Rainy Days and Mondays' by The Carpenters.



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  1. I like this one a lot too Simon. I always enjoy your choices on Sunday even if I don't actually like them - it's great to try something new and see if it fits. Should thank you more often :)

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  2. I love your songs for a Sunday! But perhaps that's because our taste in music is similar. :) And like penandpencilgirls said, it's always good to discover new music.

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    1. Aww, thanks! Our similar taste is not shared by all that many, so do let me know any artists you love in return!

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  3. Your brother sounds like a hoot. I am quite amused by how different you two are.

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    1. He is, indeed, very funny! (I hope that's an area where we're not too wildly different ;))

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  4. Ha Ha. Tell yuor brother there are one or two of us out there that thoroughly enjoy your Sunday Songs. Keep 'em coming, please. Book reviews are fun but to have a little break once in a while is refreshing.

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    1. I'll make sure he knows ;) Thanks, Barbara!

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  5. Thank you. This has always been one of my favourite songs. Karen Carpenter had the most incredible voice. For a long time it has been unfashionable to admit you like The Carpenters but, come on, great songs and a female drummer!

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    1. I know, I still feel a little embarrassed to love this song so much, but... it's just great!

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