MUSIC

MUSIC

Whenever Robert and I host dinner parties (of course we have had a break during the Pandemic), we will talk about music for the evening based on the guests who are coming and the dishes we are serving.

Every Sunday, I take part in SONG LYRIC SUNDAY, and even hosted by Jim Adams. I thought that the songs I have featured make up a very diverse compilation and I wanted to provide you with a playlist so that you can peruse them at your leisure:

“Inbetweener” – Sleeper

“Sunday Girl” – Blondie

“End Of The World” – Skeeter Davis

“I Love My Wife” – Frank Sinatra

“Wish You Were Here” – Pink Floyd

“Who Do You Think You Are?” – The Spice Girls

“You Are The Sunshine Of My Life” – Stevie Wonder

“Hip To Be Square” – Huey Lewis And The News

“Sugar” – Maroon 5

“Goldfinger” – Shirley Bassey

“Alright” – Cast

“Just Walk Away” – Celine Dion

“Shout” – Lulu

“Girls Like You” – Maroon 5

“Come Away With Me” – Norah Jones

“So Emotional” – Whitney Houston

“The Boy From Ipanema” – Peggy Lee

“Breakaway” – Kelly Clarkson

“I Say A Little Prayer” – Aretha Franklin

“I Dreamed A Dream” – Ruthie Henshall

“At The Hop” – Shakin’ Stevens

“Right Here Waiting” – Richard Marx

“Lola” – The Kinks

“Strange” – Celeste

“Wake Up Little Susie” – The Everly Brothers

“Time To Say Goodbye” – Sarah Brightman and Andrea Bocelli

“Never Gonna Give You Up” – Rick Astley

“Show Me Heaven” – Maria McKee

“Return To Innocence” – Enigma

“Wildest Moments” – Jessie Ware

“Hello” – Adele

“Blue Feeling” – The Animals

“Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?” – Rod Stewart

“She’s Always A Woman To Me” – Billy Joel

“It’s Not Right But It’s Okay” – Whitney Houston

“Kids In America” – Kim Wilde

“Trouble” – Coldplay

“Happier” – Ed Sheeran

“Joyride” – Roxette