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"Light and liberty go together."



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By: Linkvana

Wed, 13 Aug 2008 02:04:59 +0000

Not my cup of tee really. More of an Aerosmith fan myself. Rock on anyway!



By: seo

Wed, 19 Mar 2008 18:20:58 +0000

Lately, I can’t get “The Fool on the Hillâ€? out of my head. (A bad sign, as I both live and work on a hill.) The classic Beatles version alternates with the sweet bossa-nova version from Sergio Mendes and Brasil ‘66. And apparently it’s been covered another 167 times!




By: Myspace Proxy

Sat, 02 Jun 2007 10:14:45 +0000

An old country song, “What Might Have Been,â€? by Little Texas seems to reverberate through my mind in many instances. If only sometimes I could actually find out what might have been.




By: Library of Congress Blog » June Is Bustin' Out All Over! (Library of Congress)

Fri, 01 Jun 2007 14:48:20 +0000

[...] mentioned my penchant for playing an internal soundtrack based on whatever is going on around [...]



By: Ellen Knowlton

Mon, 21 May 2007 20:33:10 +0000

Joni Mitchell lyrics frequently float through my mind. A sunny day always makes me think of my favorite line from "Chelsea Morning"--"And the sun poured down like butterscotch and stuck to all my senses."



By: Carrie Ansell

Tue, 15 May 2007 18:07:06 +0000

I walk now, but with previous commutes my soundtrack song was always "My Baby Takes the Morning Train" by Sheena Easton.



By: K.G. Schneider

Tue, 15 May 2007 17:40:14 +0000

Last it was "Electric Avenue," but that's not your fault.



By: Jason Hybner

Tue, 15 May 2007 14:49:47 +0000

An old country song, "What Might Have Been," by Little Texas seems to reverberate through my mind in many instances. If only sometimes I could actually find out what might have been.



By: barbara trumpinski-roberts

Tue, 15 May 2007 13:40:34 +0000

Darn you! I can't listen to music at work (I sit right behind the circulation desk). So I will have to go home and dig out both the Beatles and Simon and Garfunkle to go with my latest earworm (the technical term for that song stuck in your head) which is "Tapestry" by Carole King (I'm using the lyrics as inspiration for my handfasting vow.)



By: Matt Raymond

Tue, 15 May 2007 13:29:55 +0000

Thanks, John, now THAT song is stuck in my head. My theory is that the only way to get rid of a song that is firmly in place is to pass that song onto someone else. Of course, a friend of mine had a theory of his own. He thought that if you got a song stuck in your head, you could whistle the theme from "The Andy Griffith Show" to dislodge it without leaving that song in its place.