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Sunday, October 4, 2015

#MM: Growing Up With Musicals

Today's theme contains two good topics with a choice. I've decided to include one of each.

First up is a song about growing up, which is quite relatable in this day and age. Make sure you go spend some time with your kids. Here's Harry Chapin and "Cat's in the Cradle."

Next, it's time for the musical number. This is tough because I love all musicals. I could spend a month on this topic. Here's "I Cain't Say No" from Oklahoma.

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Rhonda Albom said...

Two really great choices. I was gutted when Harry Chapin was killed. I was a huge fan.

stevebethere said...

Good picks, Oklahoma was on TV here recently I love the old musicals, Harry Chapin another good choice Joyce ...:-)

mail4rosey said...

I like most musicals. The first song is very powerful, and you hate to see it come to pass in real life, but it often does.

Mike Golch said...

good tunes, Harry Chapin was taken too soon.

Binky said...

"Cat's in the Cradle" is a great song.

Stacy Uncorked said...

I've always loved Cat's in the Cradle - gives me goosebumps! And Oklahoma is one of my favorite musicals! Nice choices, Joyce! Thanks for the dance! :)

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XmasDolly said...

Cats in the Cradle use to be one of my favorites... Oklahoma is a favorite musical of mine & my mom's . That plot is a little strange though don't you think? I mean beautiful songs, funny songs etc and then this mysterious weirdo man jumps in. Totally strange like black and white. Oh well. Cute tune. Have a great week!

John Holton said...

I worked for a guy who had to take a day off work when Harry Chapin died, he was so distraught. I liked his first album, but "Sniper and Other Love Songs" put me off of him.

Colette S said...

I've starting to love the musicals also!
Thanks for sharing. These are great with the theme!

Have a great week!