The past few weeks they've been expanding the types of music they play through the speakers at the mall. In addition to the light jazz, classic rock, pop, and soul hits from the '70s, and '80, I'm used to hearing they've thrown in some R&B and country songs, and even some disco.
Today was no exception. Right after I opened the Customer Service desk Al Green serenaded me with "Let's Stay Together". Later in the morning Shania Twain told me "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!" As I answered customer's questions Marvin Gaye wanted to know "What's Going On".
Shortly before my shift was over I heard a song for the first time in many years. With lyrics like "Dance with the boogie get down" and "Got to keep on dancing, keep on dancing" it would never win any awards for intellectual content, but the infectious beat had me bobbing my head and tapping my toes.
Here it is, so you can bob and tap too.
I don't think I've ever heard this song before. It really is infectious.ReplyDelete
Hmmm...that probably says something about how old you are :-)Delete
It's always fun to bob and tap! ha.ReplyDelete
Yes, it is. If I had heard it at home or in the car my dancing would have been less subdued but the small movements were all I felt I could get away with at work.Delete
Love those old songs, times sure have changed! I'm back to blogland!ReplyDelete
Good to have you back!Delete