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Never Ending Song Titles - Part 8

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Walkin' in the Sunshine - Roger Miller
 
Walkin' in the sunshine, sing a little sunshine song
Put a smile upon your face as if there's nothing wrong
Think about a good time had a long time ago
Think about forgetting about your worries and your woes
Walkin' in the sunshine, sing a little sunshine song
La la la la la de ho
Whether the weather be rain or snow
Pretending can make it real
A snowy pasture, a green and grassy field
Walkin' in the sunshine, sing a little sunshine song...………….

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You Are My Sunshine ~ Norman Blake (from O Brother, Where Art Thou?) 

Chrissy's favourite song :)

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6 hours ago, poppy said:

You Are My Sunshine ~ Norman Blake (from O Brother, Where Art Thou?) 

Chrissy's favourite song :)

When I was learning to play the fiddle that was the third song I learned to play. I kept playing You Are My Sunshine by Gene Autry over and over as I played the fiddle to the music. :)

 

Sunshine On My Shoulders – John Denver

Edited by muggle not

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You Are the Sunshine of My Life ~ Stevie Wonder

 

On 1/6/2020 at 3:34 AM, muggle not said:

When I was learning to play the fiddle that was the third song I learned to play. I kept playing You Are My Sunshine by Gene Autry over and over as I played the fiddle to the music. :)

 

Do you still play the fiddle, Muggle?

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9 hours ago, poppy said:

You Are the Sunshine of My Life ~ Stevie Wonder

 

 

Do you still play the fiddle, Muggle?

 

We’ll Sing in the Sunshine – Gale Garnett

 

(no, gave it up many years ago and sold the fiddle, still have the mountain dulcimer but stopped playing it also).)

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On 05/01/2020 at 8:23 AM, poppy said:

You Are My Sunshine ~ Norman Blake (from O Brother, Where Art Thou?) 

Chrissy's favourite song :)

 

'Tis indeed! 

 

You Can Leave Your Hat On ~ Joe Cocker (One of my favourite versions)

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