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AdLib On September - 29 - 2012

For some reason, perhaps it’s the spectacle of Mitt Romney giving the nation Kamikaze lessons, perhaps its the rising polls favoring Obama but there’s a great feeling in the air. So this week’s theme is about emotions, good or bad, happy or sad, share the songs that are about emotions or inspire emotions in you.

Happy – Rolling Stones

I’m So Glad – Cream

Behind Blue Eyes – The Who

The River – Bruce Springsteen

What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong

Categories: Music Thread

Written by AdLib

My motto is, "It is better to have blogged and lost hours of your day, than never to have blogged at all."

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  1. AdLib says:

    If You Want to Sing Out -- Cat Stevens


  2. LFer says:

    The Dave Clark Five -- Glad All Over


  3. kesmarn says:

    For those not-so-happy emotions…hey, somebody’s gotta do it.

    Diana Damrau tears it up as the Queen of the Night from Mozart’s “Die Zauberflute.” It’s hard to believe the human voice can do this!


  4. LFer says:

    10CC -- Life Is A Minestrone


  5. LFer says:

    The Turtles -- Happy Together


  6. LFer says:

    Simon and Garfunkel -- The 59Th Street Bridge Song


  7. Santana--Hope You’re Feeling Better;


  8. Beatlex says:


    Happiness Runs-Donovan


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