Karaoke Bar? Not a chance.
Hotel Shower? Maybe. But it had better be at the Four Season in Maui.
What about if I may have had one to many at a Karaoke Bar? Um, that is still a no, I am pretty inhibited. And yet I remember a certain Irish Pub in Germany that I sang at....loudly too.
So I deemed today classical music day in the house and made the kids listen to classical music during lunch. They seemed to like it, since it reminded them of Little Einstein. With the Fourth of July approaching we listened to the 1812 Overture. The boy liked the cannons. Then during Pachabel I was consumed with the thought of "what is that song that was on the Navy commercials in the 1990s??? What is IT!?" So I called the Manny to find out, he hold lots of useless knowledge in his brain (the military is planning on kicking that right out of him). He knew what it was after a quick Google search which I could have done had I not been scrubbing the toilet. Honestly I was. It is called Fanfare for the Common Man by Aaron Copland. Which was the theme song to the 1976 Olympics. Who knew?
Then the husband called....
I told him about my obsessive compulsive thoughts about finding out this song and he said "you should just go to the tap site or something. You just tap out the tune on the space bar and the site KNOWS what song you are thinking of." So after putting the darlings to bed I went there. Apparently I can't tap to save my life either. I have tapped about ten songs and it hasn't gotten single stinkin' one! Not even Happy Birthday. Sheesh.
Below is 9/11 tribute with Copland's Fanfare.
And I couldn't resist another one of Copland's famous pieces Rodeo:Hoedown (and now you may want beef for dinner.)