A song got stuck in my head. What is it?
Organic Headache Re...
BEER, Breakfast of ...
LEVIS men's SLO...
Antique metal pocke...
CONCRETE STAIRWAY a...
Your Song Guitar Pi...
Orange Appeal - 8x1...
Fried Chicken Seaso...
WalkWay -- 8x10 Fin...
Father and Daughter...
Nostalgic Singing C...
architecture . fog ...
city night / countr...
Abandoned Church - ...
Strange how it happens.
You're going about your business, thinking of one thing or another, and somehow without even realizing it, you find yourself "hearing" some old song running around and around though your head like a caged hamster on his wheel.
It happened to me yesterday. Round and round went the earworm. And even though I normally love that song, after several hours with bouncing back and forth between my ears, it began to get a bit - not to put too fine a point on it - annoying.
Then I got to thinking - *insert wicked cackle* - I got to thinking: "Why suffer, if not in silence, alone?"
So. Today's treasury (Number 129 of the 365 I've challenged myself to curate in 2012) is for the purpose of sharing my uninvited headguest with as many of you as I possibly can. *cackle*
If by looking at this collection you've recognized the song lyrics it represents, it's already too late. You've been infected.
If you don't recognize the song right away, you can LISTEN HERE.
But proceed with caution. You may find yourself "listening" to it all day long.
Which means you've caught "The Earworm."
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