Of course that song would be in your head!It's the perfect Willow song.Wish I had been as weak as you with just a shortbread cookie. I've been making banana bread AND chocolate pavlova- and of course licking the bowls.Just finished Joyeaux Noel- I think I might have to watch it each Christmas~
At almost half seven in the evening here in London this is the just the perfect song for me to sit down with my paper, gourd, metallic straw and have a nice strong mate. Thanks, willow and cheerio.Greetings from London.
EZ fix - just remove the headphones or ear buds.
Isnt it romantic .. and what a wonderful 'version'
Okay Willow - Now it's driving me crazy cause I can't think of what it is - but I know I know it! Today, because of Mr. Obama's train ride, I have "Mystery Train"(the Elvis version) going through my head. I'm gettin' on the Party Train! Have a great weekend!Catherine
Clapping Hands, it's "Isn't it Romantic?" by the Chet Baker quartet. Sorry, Bill, you can always use your mute button! ;^)
A lovely version Willow..and I also enjoy the lyrical version by Michael Feinstein...
Michael, hey, did you know Michael Feinstein is from our city, Columbus, OH?
Ha! Nice song to have in your head Willow. Better than "It's a small world after all....." o_@-Clay
It's because you're a romantic. And it's a good song to have in your head!
You have wonderful songs playing in your head...must be the shortbread!
I know it well......
I remember that old favourite from the movie Sabrina... with Audrey in her Parisian party dress. Ahhhh.
Yes, I was going to say what Pamela said! Just don't sit on any champagne glasses, Willow!
Ah Willow, I think I'm finally caught up on your blog. I guess I wasn't as far behind as I thought I was. I can't hear the song, as my work comp has the site blocked, but I'll be back after work tonight and give it a listen. I had the Mamwich Song stuck in my head for months. I'll post a little blurb about that on my blog tomorrow. It's kind of rediculous and funny. have a good one!
cool hep cat song to have bouncing around in your head1 I get stuck with obnoxious ones usually from Mr. Rodgers or Sesame street...Ouch! Thanks for the great listen!
cool! - Chet Baker.Thanks, Willow!
You have such beautiful, authentic, thought-provoking blog. I always enjoy my time here. Thank you for sharing. :)
Great quality video. I felt jazzy immediately. This kind of music makes the world look softer, easier. Loved it!!!
Yup, I couldgo for that big time.
Hello Willow,Sad to say, jazz is not on my list! though I don't mind some traditional jazz. I have to be able to recognise the tune and it took me a while before I did but I still couldn't think of the title until the clip ended and I saw!For a smile, folks could look at You Tube for the 1932 Maurice Chevalier film version in 'Love Me Tonight'!
Very pretty song, I love the flute.
Willow,I like the drummer's bouncy head.. ha..he's got the rhythm.. :)The Bach
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