A little Monkey Business from the Marx Brothers today.
Woke up with a proper version of "Jambalya" this morning, but found this extraordinary rendition by the Carpenters. And by extraordinary rendition, I mean pain-inducing.
It came to me all of a sudden while marching from the bus to the Metro station: the theme from Peabody's Improbable History.
Inexplicable but welcome Everly Brothers this morning: "Bird Dog."
Jet Screamer Screamer Screamer, I'm a dreamer dreamer dreamer. "Eep Opp Ork Ah Ah"
"Come Into My House," a little 90s retrospective with Her Majesty the Queen Latifah. I just love her.
Frank Sinatra, "Our Love Is Here to Stay" — the soundtrack of a dream I had this morning about refrigerators.
Two days, I've had Jesse Abraham's catchy tune, "Yoga" in my head. Enjoy.
Ugh. I caught this stupid non-tune just from the suggestion put there by my dear sister in one of her comments on Mildred's Fatburgers (the blog next door). She's right, of course, it's not a proper jingle but it does the trick! Sticks in there like a twisty tie with the little paper cover falling off.