Monday’s Music Moves Me!




Our Honorary Conductor this month is & LET’S give a warm WELCOME to MAY’s Honorary Co-Host “Ccol4him Claymania!”  APPLAUSE!!!  And my good friend and co-conductor Cathy has told this beautiful young lady Welcome & On behalf of the 4M crew, we’re looking forward to having you on the dance floor this month. This Monday is ‘your choice song picks’ so go wild with it & now I invite her too as our Honorary Co-Conductor WELCOME & I HOPE YOU HAVE A GREAT TIME!  EVERYONE SAY HELLO TO OUR NEW CO-CONDUCTOR!  HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII GIRLFRIEND!!!  LET’S ROCK or whatever you choose… 

  Today’s theme is songs about flowers or gardens.  First song up is Red Roses for a Blue Lady, but this one is by the Osmond Brothers & the cutest youngest one is going to sing.   and how about some “Red Roses for a Blue Lady”!   and from a guy named Bobby Vinton he wrote “Roses are Red”!

Up next is Lynn Anderson in “Rose Garden”!   last, but not least how about a Secret Garden by Bruce Springsteen!  

By Marie Moody

Married to my Soulmate. Mother of 4, grandmother of 12, and great-grandmother of 2 and owner of 1 demanding black lab & I'm a retired Legal Assistant & pianist. I am also on disability due to Spinal Stenosis. I am now a blogger which I love very much & it keeps me busy & I also enjoy crocheting.


  1. A bunch of good ones here, Marie! Bobby Vinton is one of my gavorites. Did you know he and Perry Como are from the same town, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania? Of ourse you did: you read my blog! Have a good holiday!

  2. Awesome playlist my friend. Red Roses for a Blue Lady brings back a lot of memories. Roses are Red would always fill the dance floor and Rose Garden was probably Lynn Anderson’s biggest hit. Nicely played! Have a blessed Memorial Day and a safe, healthy summer.

  3. Love your playlist. Great job.

    I love that angel pup. That’s a great find.

    Thank you for joining the Awww Mondays Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Awww Monday and week. Love you bunches, honey. ♥

  4. Oooh, good ones! Thanks for reminding me of Jimmy Osmond – he was my favorite Osmond for a little while because he was close to my age. I loved Donny, too, but…who didn’t?


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