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Song Lyric Sunday – Canadian Music – Anne Murray

Morna Anne Murray, known as Anne Murray was born in Springhill, Nova Scotia on June 20, 1945. Her songs covered several genres to include country, soft rock, pop and adult contemporary. During her 40 year career, she has sold over 55 million albums worldwide.

Song Lyric Sunday – “Hello, Goodbye”

Today I’m choosing “Hello, Goodbye by The Beatles. My best friend, Morgan and her hubby Dave are visiting this weekend. They have been socially distancing and wearing a mask when going to the grocery store like us. Morgan has rarely left her house since this began in March. They came to visit in May. Thought this song summed up our relationship as we are always keeping each other in check.

Song Lyric Sunday – “Love, Reign O’er Me”

The Who began work on this album in 1972, trying to follow up with “Tommy”, their first rock opera. There was a delay in getting this album finished while bassist John Entwistle and lead singer Roger Daltrey recorded solo albums and drummer Keith Moon worked on films.

Song Lyric Sunday – “Marie Laveau” & More

Marie Catherine Laveau was a free woman of color of African, Native American and French descent. She was born on September 10, 1801 in colonial New Orleans, Louisiana (French Quarter). Well known in New Orleans, she practiced Voodoo, was an herbalist & midwife.

Song Lyric Sunday – Between

Merle Haggard was married 5 times and had 4 children. Merle’s second wife was Bonnie Owens.

Song Lyric Sunday – The Night The Lights Went out in Georgia

This week I chose “The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia” by Vicki Lawrence and Reba McEntire. Vicki Lawrence recorded this Southern Gothic song which was released on November 27, 1972. Written & composed by Bobby Russell, the murder ballad became the only #1 hit Lawrence had in her career.

Song Lyric Sunday – Orange Blossom Special

Chubby Wise claimed the song for years and played it on the Grand Ole Opry every week. Ervin Rouse (the writer) and Wise took a trip to Jacksonville, Florida, boarding and touring the train, Orange Blossom Special at the Jacksonville Terminal.

Song Lyric Sunday – Shall We Gather At the River

Hee Haw was an American television variety show featuring country music and humor as portrayed by the folks from fictional Kornfield Kounty. It was hosted by Roy Clark & Buck Owens. Each week, the characters on the show would entertain us with their skits and jokes.

Song Lyric Sunday – Hello

I went outside the box on the theme this week and chose “Hello” by Lionel Richie and Adele. The same title, two completely different song melody and lyrics. Each song was written by their singer, respectively. Not feeling well today so this will be short & sweet.

Song Lyric Sunday – “If I knew You Were Comin’ I’d’ve Baked A Cake”

I chose “If I Knew You Were Comin’ I’d’ve Baked a Cake performed by Ernie for Cookie Monster on the first episode of Sesame Street in 1950. Let me know if you think Ernie added a little too much baking powder.

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