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Street Season 48
Sesame Street's 48th season
officially began Monday August 6 on PBS. After you see the new episodes,
post here and let us know your thoughts.
Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kiki, Jan 13, 2007.
Aww, that's nice. When I was a baby, my favorite lullaby was Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata.
Agh, this has been stuck in my head for weeks now!
So, I'll be honest.
I've had alot on my mind since last week and I've been listening to some sad music.
Case in point....
Don't let me, don't let me, don't let me down....
The Joy Williams version because **** the original.
I also love The Beatles' song of the same name; a fine R&B gem:
I believe the great Billy Preston played on that as well, and had a gem of his own:
This kinda seems like a song the Muppets could've done; has that "sun going down"-type feeling.
Listening to none other than Mr. David Bowie. Forgot how good this song is.
My mom's favorite song:
I love this song and think it's absolutely beautiful but it always makes me tear up because it was played at the funeral of my close friend's dad. But that memory doesn't keep me from listening to this hauntingly beautiful song right here.
"Funny when your dead how people start listening,". That line gives me chills every time because it's true. Many celebrities become more famous after they die. Take Tom Petty for example. I'm a huge fan of his and almost nobody was talking about him until he passed away then I quickly began to notice that Tom Petty was all the rage again. It's sad but also very true.
I briefly put on Family Guy while waiting for a new episode of Robot Chicken to come on not long ago and this song has been in my head ever since. Also, if your wondering which episode this song was in, it was called "Pilling Them Softly" and was from season 14 I believe. The only other parts I remember were a hilarious I Love Lucy homage and a scene where Mr. Spacely from The Jetsons shows up to yell at Peter.
Love this guy.
Boy, I love these types of songs.
OMG I love They Might Be Giants! I was briefly obsessed with them a few years ago, but I rediscovered them this year and they're awesome.
Listening to various live versions of "Crocodile Rock," where Sir Elton John changes the lyrics in the final verse. Depending on where he's playing, he changes "Me and Susie had so much fun" to something related to that town or country. For example, in Spain he once sang, "Señor Wences had so much fun." In Kiev he sang, "Yuri Gagarin had so much fun." Google THOSE names if you don't know them!
Isn't there something just so relaxing about a soothing and upbeat song set to fighter planes, sinking ocean liners, and jellyfish being massacred in the propellers of a submarine?
Just been on a listening spree of Muppet Show musical performances, including Danny Kaye's "Inchworm," Elton John's "Crocodile Rock," Bernadette Peters' "Just One Person," Liza Minnelli's "Copacabana," Paul Simon's "Loves Me Like a Rock," and Rita Moreno's "Fever." All classic performances. Now I'm on this one from Season 1:
Adele - Water Under The Bridge
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