Musical Tuesday

Yes, there’s a serving of tunes for you for Tuesday. I hope you brought your appetite!

I first saw this group called Walk off the Earth when they appeared on the television show Ellen. That was days, weeks ago, and then I recently stumbled upon them on YouTube.

So many great reasons to love this song and the associated video:

  • Three great singers divide up the song.
  • All five musicians playing one guitar at the same time.
  • A catchy tune!

I also love the message of the song. An analysis of how you can go from being so close to somebody to that person just being “somebody that I used to know”. I think of past friends and how close we once were. While some friendships fade, others stay in full bloom.

I am excited to introduce this video to you if you have not already seen it.

This is christyb wishing you a day full of happy music.

30 thoughts on “Musical Tuesday

  1. Julie Catherine

    I liked this one too, Christy, thank you – I think this one is going to stay in my head for awhile, lol. ~ Julie :)

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  2. Eric Alagan

    I often wondered about friendships – how they flourish and wane…so much have to fall in place I reckon, for friendship to endure.

    All good wishes and hugz Christy B :-)

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  3. Red

    Already had this one on a playlist on YT. Love this song. Great one to share. I love the line “You can get addicted to a certain kind of sadness.” Reminds me of the drama queens who always have a crisis. When you no longer respond, they disappear…

    Great one to bring the thought buffet.
    Red.

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    1. Christy Birmingham Post author

      I know exactly the type of people you mean, Red. They complain each day, always have a crisis, and get a sort of glow from all the attention they get in response. They are very tiring to be around. Aha we both like this video, we have great taste!!

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    1. Christy Birmingham Post author

      Hi Tessa, thanks for stopping by to listen to the tune and comment! Yes, the song caught my attention for both the visual quality and the sounds. I’m glad you enjoyed it!

      Reply

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