Whether you use them as CDs or good old-fashioned LPs, or the kind of albums I’ve inherited, actual books with pockets for 78 or 45 RPM records, albums of music have their advantages. They’ll help you remember and replay a song you didn’t know you needed until it is back in your memory.
That’s what happened to me after my previous post here about “The Roses of Success.” As Thursday night turned into Friday morning, I lay in the dark and I could hear Dick Van Dyke singing another song from “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” one called “Hushabye Mountain.” It was so good, I knew it was the next thing to write about, so I got up to write this down. Never fear, I know I’ll think of the music again and be back to sleep soon. I’ve added a video so that you can share the soothing music. Meanwhile, this is still a word-based blog, so here are the words (again, with a spot of help from stlyrics.com):
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