MMMM: The I’s Have It

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It’s "I" day on the A to Z Challenge, so I have ten songs whose titles start with the letter "I".

  1. The Beatles, "I Feel Fine"
  2. Hedgehoppers Anonymous, "It’s Good News Week"
  3. Julian Lennon with Nuno Bettencourt, "Imagine"
  4. Stevie Wonder, "Isn’t She Lovely"
  5. Linda Ronstadt, "It’s So Easy"
  6. Zager & Evans, "In The Year 2525"
  7. Bread, "If"
  8. The Monkees, "I’m A Believer"
  9. Olivia Newton-John, "If Not For You"
  10. Tom Jones, "It’s Not Unusual"

And that’s Monday’s Music Moves Me for April 11, 2022.

Monday’s Music Moves Me is sponsored by Cathy, Alana, and Stacy, so be sure and visit them, where you can also find the Linky for the other participants.

11 thoughts on “MMMM: The I’s Have It

  1. Great set. I think Julian Lennon’s “Imagine” deserved being on my blog and yours. I can’t listen to “If” without crying; I think it’s such a beautiful song. Any day with the Monkees and Linda Ronstadt is a good day. Alana ramblinwitham


  2. John,

    Great set of songs for the 4M dance floor and for the A2Z Challenge. Clever post title! πŸ™‚ I’m going to leave your playlist going while I work on some things. Have a boogietastic week, my friend!


  3. Yes, “Imagine” if John Lennon gave up his possessions. Or Democrat elitists ever lived the life they have in store for the rest of us peons. I hate that song. Never liked it musically. Like “Let it Be.” Any two-year-old could have written that song. Ha. Just being funny today, don’t mind me. Not that I dislike the Beatles. Lots of good songs. The rest on your list are all pretty cool, though.


    1. Tom Lehrer once said that Pete Seeger’s song “Little Boxes” was “the most sanctimonious song ever written.” I think “Imagine” has it beat. I seriously considered leaving it off, then relented. Glad you like the rest!

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    2. I love…love Imagine and I’m so happy Julian broke his rule gor the Ukrainian people. I am so glad my mom isn’t here since she and my family suffered st the hands if the Russians. All that is going on, the brutality is nothing new to my ears. Apparently, in the aftermath of WW2, the Russian soldiers who were so brutal were actually from prisons etc.. plus, I am certain, angry at what happened to them. My mom was so starving that she could not pick herself up from the floor. She had to go to a chair to raise herself and she was only 17. Anyway, I’m way off topic. I love the other songs you played here especially the 2525 and I’m a Believer. I just love all of them. I like how you connected this to the letter I.


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