Quote of the Day:
“[Music] takes us out of the actual and whispers to us dim secrets that startle our wonder as to who we are, and for what, whence, and whereto.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson
During this extended period of writer’s block, laziness, and general late winter malaise, the ladies of the TBU have done their part to keep a little life movin’ around in the cosmos, and dropped some nice tunes on us in the process.
This gives me the idea, on this traditionally empty Saturday in the TBU, that perhaps I could turn to you all for a little child-rearin’ assistance. You see, I think it’s an important parental duty that a scamp be introduced to quality music at an early age. Lately the Little Scamp has been showing some signs of an affinity and aptitude for good tunage. So I’m trying to put together a little Scamp AND TB friendly playlist that, perhaps, may supplant an additional screening or two of Tinker Bell on our next road trip.
Here’s what I’ve got so far, and I’d like to hear any suggestions for more. No, MD, she ain’t ready for the Crue. Yet.
- Love Shack–B-52’s
- Peaches–Presidents of the United States
- Hey Soul Sister–Train
- Octopus’ Garden–Beatles
- Yellow Submarine–Beatles
- If I Had a Million Dollars–Barenaked Ladies
- Steal My Kisses–Ben Harper
- Volcano–Jimmy Buffett
- We’re Going To Be Friends–White Stripes