In just under an hour, my Saturday will begin. I am thinking of instituting a Friday song on my blog as way of celebrating the end of the working week (but of course, many people also work on the weekend and don’t get paid any, or very little, extra for this convenience). Since the Ragtag Daily Prompt is sardonic, I might as well kill two birds with one post.
No one does sardonic better than Alanis Morissette. I dedicate this pick to all the underpaid shift workers out there. Everything will be fine, fine, fine. At least it will be for me.
Sing it with me.
Day 11 — Share Your Music: 30 Days, 30 Songs.
This song challenge in which I am participating, is proving provocative — provocative in so much as some songs I thought I really liked, I have begun to question. One song I have loved for a long time is All My Trials (writer unknown). It has been covered many times, including famously by Joan Baez. It is a beautiful song that draws attention to social injustice and inequality. However, it is too late and I do mind, so I am laying that song to rest, at least for now. But I think I would like to hear this song one last time. I have chosen the Judith Durham version.
Sarah at Art Expedition is hosting 30 Days, 30 Songs for the month of June. You can see her latest post here. It is not too late to join in the challenge. Casual players welcome.
Also joining in the Ragtag Daily Prompt — Lost.