January 21, 2011

Friday Five. My cheeks are red edition.

I am back home again to the land of ice and snow. The boy had most of the drive cleaned for me when I got home last night.  Nice.

We find ourselves on the edge of another weekend and time to resurrect everyone's favorite feature: The Friday Five.

I loves me some music; classical, bagpipes, Rat Pack, Christmas, Civil War, but mostly classic rock. I listen to my iPod tout le temps.

But, I do have some songs included that I love, but could be a little embarrassing if you knew what tunes was playing in my headphones as I tap my foot in the airport or listen with a smile while walking the neighborhood. So here they are, five songs on my iPod that you can not believe I love (in no particular order):

1. ABBA                        SOS
2. Coby Callait               Bubly
3. Marty Robbins           El Paso
4. Bee Gees                   Stayin Alive
5. The Browns               The Three Bells
6. Paper Lace                The Night Chicago Died

Yes, I listed six 'cause I never could follow directions.  Plus it's my blog.

What songs do you secretly love?  Come on, you are among friends, no one will make fun of you (much). Play along.


linda said...

The Bee Gees---for real?! Do you disco? ;)

Joe said...

I know, but I figure Saturday Night Fever is trumped by The Ballad of the Green Berets. I bet you will not find many iPods with the variety on mine. From Elvis to The Mars Volta, Hank Williams to Led Zep, Sinatra to Yes -- I have it all.

Rita said...

If I can't make fun of you for Numbers 1, 4 and 6, then I need to quit reading your posts so regularly.

The Green Beret was my brother's favorite when he was a kid. You'll find his brand newly created blog here.


He's just getting started, but believe me, he'll have plenty of stories to tell.

Anyway, if I have to name one song I love but would be embarrassed to admit it, would probably be Love Will Keep Us Together. Yeah, Captain and Tenille.

curmudgeon said...

I'll never tell.

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