This Friday's song is "Rosanna" by Toto. This song came up when I was researching another post. A lot was happening in the world when this was released in 1982. AT&T was ordered to breakup, Letterman premiered, and Israel returned the Sinai to Egypt.
Finbar Furey's "The Last Great Love Song" came across my stream last week. It is a heartfelt ballad that delves into the enduring power of love and its ability to withstand the trials of time.
This Friday's song is "If Ever I Would Leave You" sung by Robert Goulet. I took my wife out for our monthly "date night" earlier this week. We had a great meal and some deep conversations. As we talked and I looked into her eyes, I could almost hear this song playing in the background. My darling Teresa, this says it better than I ever could.
It was a long, difficult week. "Drink in My Hand" by Eric Church seemed a good choice for this Friday's song. It was a good reminder to put all the "c..." from the past week in a box, relax, and enjoy a beautiful fall weekend with my family. There will be time on Monday to take things back on.
This Friday's song is "The Road (Stripped)" by Adam Agin. We discovered this song while we were watching a YouTube travel video about a road trip to Cashiers, North Carolina.
This Friday's song is "Remember Me Well" by Tim McGraw. This is another acoustic version of a song from his new album, Standing Room Only.
This Friday's song is "Standing Room Only" by Tim McGraw. This is the title track and first single from his sixteenth solo studio album. This song is a classic McGraw ballad that harkens back to "Live Like You Were Dying."
This Friday's song is "How I Learned to Pray" by Charlie Worsham. This version of the song features Luke Combs. This beautiful song will really pull you in.
This Friday's song is "Bubbles Up", another tune from Jimmy Buffett. It takes its name from a phase that is used to train divers to follow the bubbles to the surface. The song is especially poignant given Buffet's recent passing.
This Friday's song is "Come Monday" by Jimmy Buffett who passed away last week. This song is much more reflective than many of his other songs. I always thought it revealed a lot about him as a person.
Jimmy Buffet's music has had a preferred spot on my playlists for most of my adult life. Just yesterday, "This Friday's Song" was "Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes" to accompany our Labor Day weekend trip to Amelia Island. It was so sad to see the news this morning that this unique artist and remarkable man passed away last night.
This Friday's song is "Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes" by Jimmy Buffett. I picked this song because it is one of my favorite songs and because Teresa and I are on "island time" this weekend on a long overdue vacation on Amelia Island. I am sure we will be playing it more than once.