What Is Your Song?

What is your song? asked Suzy Q the host of The Writer’s Post Thursday hop.

Here’s my answer, Suzy! Watch on YouTube or here below:

What does this song do to me?

  • Raises me up to a higher plane.
  • Fills me with gratitude for the God I know who is Love.
  • Makes me grateful for the people in my life who encourage me to be a better person, just by being themselves.
  • Urges me to become the best that I can be.
  • Moves me to reach out to others.

What’s your song?

 

 

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Comments

  1. says

    Corinne, I loved your interpretation of this song! It’s so lovely! Drinking my cup of coffee and listening to this tune, I felt the weariness and worry leave my body. Perhaps it was the melody, the lyrics, or Josh’s soothing voice but it did all this! Thank you for sharing your peace and wisdom! Hugs to you and Pablo from Roxy and me! :)
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  2. Joan Veronica Robertson says

    This was beautiful, I loved it! I’d heard it before, but never really paid much attention! Congratulations on a lovely choice! Have a good day!

  3. timethief says

    Hi there,
    This is s GMTA example as I have a similar meme going on my blog. When Vishnu tweeted the link to this post yesterday I laughed. Josh Groban has a great voice and I like the tune you chose. I hope you have an wonderful Valentine’s Day.
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  4. says

    I have one song that has rarely left the top spot. Always On Your Mind. It’s my song. Aside from books and writing, music is a huge part of who I am. There are lots of songs that come and go, ones that flirt for the top spot, some I love passionately for a season, but never do they take over the number one.
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    • says

      Wow. . . very difficult for me to narrow this down to one particular song that serves as a theme of sorts. I think I’d have a hard time tossing MY WAY to the curb though. Performed so powerfully, by so many artists over the years, I think the Paul Anka piece that he put together for Frank Sinatra when he needed it most will always stand out.
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