Tuesday's Question :) What's Your favorite Song?


bobbarama said...

Uh ... this one?


Hee hee

OK ... maybe ... this one?


No, no, no ... this one!


I know the drill. Going to my corner for five minutes of timeout.


Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Now this changes with time and I have tons of favorites. I could probably make a very long list. But for todays question the answer is easy; Boyz II Men - End Of The Road. It's my all time fave when it plays on my MP3 during my morning walks. Now these guys can sing!

Patois said...

It totally depends on my mood. Springsteen, for sure. Lately, it's "The Price You Pay" off his 1980 River album.

Christy said...

I have four million favorite songs! I love music, I love lyrics. In the mood I'm in now I'd choose, Love Of My Life by Morten Harket, it's beautiful. :)

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Bobbarama, (Laughing) Only five minutes? I'm afraid to click on the links. Smile. Should I be? I mean, if you've put yourself in time out again... oh

Thanks for the comment Bob,


Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Sandee, I love that song. I listened to the link before answering this comment. You know I've never heard that before? Thanks for sharing. In addition to returning to answer another question! Laughing. What a friend, and what a day! :)


Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Patios, I know what you mean about moods. It was hard to decide what song to play. I love Springsteen too. I'm gonna refresh my memory on that one. Thanks Patois!


Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Christy, Laughing. I almost played the song "Fame" with this post. I also thought about the Batman theme! I'm so glad you stopped by. I hope you're having a great day! :))


mr fong said...

I can't give you my answers as they are chinese songs :( So sorry :'(

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Thank you so much Winston for stopping by and I'm glad you left a comment anyway. :)


bobbarama said...

The links didn't work in my comment, so I'll try again. These aren't my favorite songs, of course ... too many to choose from ... but they're fun.


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