Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Should I Be Worried?

My eyes popped open from a good night's sleep and this crazy song was running through my head -- even before my feet hit the floor.  I must have been singing it in a dream.



Singer: Georgia Gibbs, from YouTube

I've continued to sing the words I remembered for the last couple of hours (no, I don't remember all of them; this song was popular just after I graduated from high school-- a day or two ago.)  The cats' food was dished up with a serenade of sorts. The back yard plants have been treated (?) to a "tweedle dee dee " along with their morning drink, and the deck was hosed down with an accompaniment of "gimmee, gimmee, gimmie all the love you got."   If Squeak, Missy and Sweetie Pie could speak English, I'm sure they would be saying "Enough, already!"

Maybe the heat has finally fried my brain.

Tomorrow is also a day.

11 comments:

StitchinByTheLake said...

I hate when I get a song stuck in my head like that! It doesn't happen often but when it does....it's even more frustrating when I can't remember all the words. :) blessings, marlene

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Pat, I think that's kinda neat to wake up in the morning thinking of that song. It's peppy--and makes you feel good... SO--I think you are doing GREAT.... Better to wake up singing that song than wake up sad!!!!!

Hugs,
Betsy

Abby said...

I made the mistake of clicking on a link to a video of "My Sharona". Please make it stop!

George said...

No, I don't think you should be worried, and I hope the heat hasn't fried your brain. It is a catching tune, so I'll bet you got your morning chores done in record time. I often start singing crazy songs for no apparent reason -- perhaps my brain was fried many years ago.

Elizabeth said...

...sounds a great song to get you moving into the day in a cheerful mood ... but. oh no, it's catchy and now it's in my head ... and it is late at night here! x

Arkansas Patti said...

I refuse to listen to that. I am too easily trapped into a song. I ALWAYS wake up with some strange song in my head. What is that??

Rose said...

I have never heard the song, but then I bet I know some you haven't heard, too. But I love to work by music....and I think we all like what we grew up with.

NitWit1 said...

Glad I don't wake up singing--Luckie might leave home.

I vaguely remember the song.

I am surprised you can sing with the heat wave. The vocal cords must be dried remnants of their usual selves. Keep 'em lubed with plenty of fluids.

Suldog said...

The technical term for that is "ear worm", as in "I heard (such-and-such) and had it for an ear worm all day!"

Well, I don't know if "technical term" is correct, but that's what it's called.

cottonpicker said...

Enjoyed your song....never heard it before, but if I had to wake up to a song, that would be the one!

Jinksy said...

I like it - ear worm or no!♥