Weekly Song Challenge, Round 18!

Time for Laura’s Weekly Song Challenge! First, the rules:

  • Copy rules and add to your own post, pinging back to this post.
  • Post music videos for your answers to the musical questions.
  • Tag two people to participate!

Post a video of a song that makes you think about unconditional love. Carl Carlton, “Everlasting Love”

Post a video of a song that reminds you of your dad. Dad and Mom, actually: Andy Williams, “Moon River”

Post a video of a song about being a good man. Tracy Lawrence, “Up To Him”

Anyone who wants to join, feel free!

17 thoughts on “Weekly Song Challenge, Round 18!

  1. These are great songs and Moon River is a nice song from the late 50’s or was it early 60’s..yes, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Love that first one and forgot about that song which is uplifting as well. The first song that came into my mind with everlasting love is Lara’s Theme. The Man Of La Mancha came to my mind when talking about a good man. As for my dad? There is a video that was from the Canadian film board that makes me think of my dad..let’s see if I can place it here…https://youtu.be/4JUDBJkeFNY..it’s called the Log Driver’s Waltz

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    1. I just looked up about “Moon River”… That was actually Audrey Hepburn singing it; Henry Mancini knew she had a limited vocal range and wrote the song to fit it. He and Johnny Mercer won 4 Academy Awards for that song in ’62. Andy Williams really made it his own, I think.

      “Log Driver’s Waltz” is very pleasant and I love the cartoon that goes with it.

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    1. I think I’ve mentioned that we have a local religious broadcaster who plays old TV shows in the evenings. Between shows they have either music videos or footage that was taken live in their studio. That’s where I first saw “Up To Him” and it just spoke to me. A lot of country songs are just about guys going about their business, taking care of their families and doing the right thing. That’s one of them. I’m glad you liked it.

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