♫ ? ♫

It’s been a bit of a rocky week here in the U.S.  I haven’t had much music running through my head, only words that you’d rather not hear.  So, as I was traipsing around the ‘Net tonight in search of a song, I came across a medley by two of my favourite artists, Stevie Wonder and Tom Jones from Tom Jones’ television show in 1969 — way back when.  I listened … I found a strange sensation on my face … like something tugging at the corners of my mouth … pulling them upward.  Could it be … could this actually be … the beginnings of a smile?  And then, I played it a second time … and yeah, there’s a smile alright … damn but these two guys are goooooood … doesn’t matter what they sing … they’re solid gold all the way.  So tonight, no trivia, no lyrics, just music and two very talented artists … just listen, relax, and … SMILE!

22 thoughts on “♫ ? ♫

  1. Love Stevie, but can do without Tom. Thanks, though, Jill, after the clip was over one of the nine clips that came up after was one of Janis Joplin doing a duet with Tom Jones. I had never seen this clip before, and it made me very excited. She was such a great entertainer. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!

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  2. No doubt, somewhere along the way you must have come across the Emory Austin quote : “Some days there won’t be a song in your heart. Sing anyway.” Here of late, there are times when that proves to be virtually impossible. During those times…When you can’t sing anyway, at least hum. I’m humming and smiling! Thank-you!

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    • Heh heh … indeed I have come across that quote, and I know exactly where I heard it … from YOU!!! I usually … and it’s completely subconscious, for I had no idea until a few years ago my daughter pointed it out … I usually sing if I’m happy or at least content, and whistle when I’m angry or sad. Odd, huh? I’m so glad you’re humming and smiling! I do love Stevie and Tom!

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