That's one of those "make ya smile" songs. I love Simon and Garfunkel, too. I remember the first time I heard them was when I was a young girl, visiting my cool, early 20's uncle who was playing their album in his room. I just thought he was the grooviest dude ever. ;o)
Oh I love S&G, great memories from my youth and some of my fave songs like Scarborough Fair and Sound of Silence and Cecilia...wonderful, I'll be humming myself to sleep!
LOVE S&G!!! I love everything they do!
Well, the song in your head is now the song in my head! Good thing I love S & G! :-)
Paul Simon wrote some great music, didn't he? The soundtrack of our lives.
I loved Simon & Garfunkel.....
Greetings and Thanks for checking out my blog.Sadly it will be another week before access to my own computer.Hope to get back to C more of yours! ; )Cheers!
Just what I needed at this point in time. Thanks.
Now it's in *my* head, and that's a good thing. :)
This song is perfect for today as I'm at my mother's house...she's a big fan of the duo. When we were kids, their music was a constant in our lives. *remembering all the records, shelved alphabetically, and the gigantic stereo system with wall mounted speakers....ha!*
We'll have a fresh shade of winter tonight with 8 inches of snow predicted!
Did you see that you won the Two Dog Pond contest???
HDDiva, wow, no I didn't know! Gotta go take a peek!
Willow, have posted the interview!and your picall best for a terrific weekend
Such turbulent times these songs bring to my minds eye...the Vietnam war and all of the songs of protests...as I worried daily of which friend would be drafted next.All of their music brought joy and sorrow...icons of an era. Thanks for the memories!sharon
They look so young here. Had such a nice sound together. Thanks. How is the Steinbeck coming along??:)
congrats on winning the necklace. Very cute.
Love your caption for your necklace, Willow!I can't open the soundtrack - but gather from the comments that its S&G - maybe I should try and guess which track it is!
The first LP I bought was Simon and Garfunkel's first.."Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme" when I was in high school and I've been in love with them ever since...Paul Simon is a poet..
Thank you for the song, it is now in my head. We are expecting 8 to 10 inches of snow today into tomorrow.I'm still hanging onto my Christmas decorations for at least another week. And I'm still enjoying the sounds of Christmas music.Have a nice weekend.
Love the S&G! I also saw that you won the necklace...and your entry was great! Clever. I liked mine too, "Bobbing babies bewilder"! Yours, though, was incredibly apt!
I've never seen the S&G video before. Gosh,you've got to love the internet for such things. YEs, LOVED S&G when no other teen in Britain would admit to such indulgence! :) Truly som eof the most beautiful music ever written.
Inject a few raisins of conversation into the tasteless dough of existence. ― O. Henry (and me)