For some reason when I woke up yesterday I had this song stuck in my head so I decided I just had to post a video and share it. I don't know if it's because when I watched the weather forecast the night before they were talking about rain for Monday or whether it was because I had written yesterday's post about Sunday remembrances and this song refers to "leftover memories of Sunday". Either way there it was and it went through my head all day even returning after I had listened to other songs.
For those of you too young to remember this song that became lodged in my head, it was recorded way back in 1971 by a group called The Fortunes, an English band that was formed in Birmingham in 1963 under the original name of The Cliftones. This particular song only made it to #15 on the American charts but I remember it fondly from my youth (yes, I said youth, I was only 12 when it first aired!) and it just always struck me as the perfect Monday song. Even better than The Carpenters' "Rainy Days and Mondays".
I'm sure everyone has suffered from one of those random songs that pops into your head for no good reason from time to time and then you end up singing bits and pieces of it all day long. As a matter of fact, I know that Mo had "The Copa Cabana" stuck in his head awhile back as he wrote about it on his blog and then I had it stuck in my head all day - thanks, Mo!
How about you? What song has stuck in your head recently?