Who would have thought a song challenge would get the ol’ grey matter working?  It is Day 4 of the 30 Days, 30 Songs! challenge.  This challenge is hosted by Sarah from Art Expeditions.

Woo, Woo.

Sarah’s pick for today is dark — fun, but dark.  She has chosen Sympathy for the Devil by the Rolling Stones.  Nice.  I can work with that.  So are you ready for another song, ladies and gentlemen?  Let’s take a walk to the edge of town.

It is not too late to join the Challenge.  Casual players welcome.  Click here to create a pingback to Sarah’s Day 4 post.

Too many songs, so little time.

Kind Regards.
Tracy.

38 thoughts on “Share Your Music: 30 Days, 30 Songs (4)

  1. Never heard this before…a wee bit dark, but I love these lines…
    You’re one microscopic cog
    In his catastrophic plan
    Designed and directed by
    His red right hand

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  2. Yeah!! That’s an awesome song – I love it!! Never heard it before but it’s actually right up my street – dark but fun. 😉 And the video’s so cool too! 😀

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      1. I definitel will! Going to my local library this coming weekend and will raid it for his CDs! 😀 I only know “Where the wild roses grow” which I really love too.

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      2. Oh, man. Just listened to it – so incredibly beautiful and sad…
        Thank you for pointing this song out to me, Tracy. I know that this will be one that will stay with me. ❤

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      1. 😦 I wish I had something helpful to say, but I don’t except I know how heartrending it can be to worry about a dog you love that isn’t doing well and no one knows why, exactly.

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    1. I am having a lovely weekend. A lovely long weekend actually because it is the Queen’s birthday long weekend, so we get a public holiday tomorrow. You are catching up on your blog reading, I see. Thank you for visiting. I hope you are having a great weekend too.

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      1. Enjoy your long weekend! It is finally warm and sunny here in Montreal. I have been catching up on my blog reading indeed as you noticed and I plan to spend some times in my garden too. Simple life but taking the time to enjoy what’s around us, that to me is what life’s about. Always a pleasure to read you Tracy. 🙂

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