Then, when all seems right in the world and there is no way for the day to get better, the radio plays a song that captures the feeling of love in the air. One from my childhood that has always stayed with me and pops up out of the blue is "Autumn Leaves" by Roger Williams. I do like that song. Yes, it is melancoly, but the tumbling piano keys mimic the colorful leaves and their trajectory as they fall from the quickly changing trees everywhere.
What about Rosemary Clooney singing "Shine on Harvest Moon?" How can you not like this song? And a little side note: did you see the Blood Moon yesterday morning? I tried, but didn't get the timing right. (Heavy sigh!!) But I shall try again come April 2015 when it is again supposed to make an appearance.
Another song with a fall flavor is "Whoever's in New England" by Reba McEntire. She has such a beautiful voice and the song is wonderful. I'm not sure I'd have such a forgiving attitude, though, if I was in that same situation. I'd probably be singing, "Keep your sorry self in New England 'cause I'm completely through with you."
There are more songs, of course. Do you have a favorite? I'd love to hear from each and every one of you, because music does indeed bring us all together in a special way.
Have a wonderful weekend.