Bill Withers - Lovely Day // Definitely my theme song for today. I'm blasting it through the office.

Bill Withers - Lovely Day (Original Version) ***"Lovely Day" was written by Scarborough, Skip / Withers, Bill. Read more: Bill Withers - Lovely Day Lyrics

▶ La Bamba (original version) -   Like a sexy latino Elvis! This song goes through my head ALL. THE. TIME.

La Bamba (original version) ~ Have but love. This movie is the reason I like Lou Diamond Phillips so well. He put his heart & soul into it. Portraying the life of Ritchie Valens. I believe he sang the lyrics.

Stevie Wonder - I Wish (the original version), 1976 - YouTube  #music #video

Songs in the Key of Life - Stevie Wonder - The fouth and greatest LP (double album) released during Wonder's classic period in the Widely regarded as his masterpiece and one of the greatest LPs of all time.

Fifteen Men (Bottle of Rum) - Original Version, via YouTube.

Fifteen Men (Bottle of Rum) - Original Version As I didn't know whay it meant my friend Deeda send me this video.

Van Morrison - Brown Eyed Girl (Original Version)

Van Morrison - Brown Eyed Girl (Original Version) Your moms favorite song.

I'm Falling For You - Original version (-Ty, reminds me of when we were still just friends)

I wrote this love song because I started falling for a friend of mine and wasn't sure if it was a good time to bring it up. I showed her the song and yup,.

Freddie Aguilar in his famous song "Anak'.   The song is about him having a beautiful son,,  Anak in Philippine language (tagalog) is "Son".

Freddie Aguilar in his famous song "Anak'. The song is about him having a beautiful son,, Anak in Philippine language (tagalog) is "Son".

▶ FOLI (there is no movement without rhythm) original version by Thomas Roebers and Floris Leeuwenberg - YouTube

African rhythms - A must watch video - Dedicated to the people of Baro - FOLI (there is no movement without rhythm) original version by Thomas Roebers and Floris Leeuwenberg

Love the George Bernard Shaw quote at the end, and the Who song.

Getting in tune

The Who - Behind Blue Eyes (Original Version) -- This is Track 16 on The Who's Album - Who's Next. The original version of "Behind Blue Eyes" was recorded at The Record Plant in New York, on March 1971 and produced by Kit Lambert. Al Kooper on organ.

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