Based on CBS Sunday Morning. You are an oncology patient. A musician comes to your room and ask what song would you like to hear. What song would you choose?
Italian or French opera.
whatever song is going through my head at the moment. Right now it's that song by Aha Take on Me (ewwwwwwwwwwww) I dunno
Anything new diamond or Michael Jackson.
Apple bottom jeans, boots with the fur.
If you're goin through hell -Rodney Atkins
I’d tell him to leave. I heal better in quiet.
John Prine's Please Don’t Bury Me
I would be at a loss for picking a song. In an oncology waiting room a young lady came in and started singing. It turned out that she has cancer, and does this as a volunteer. The volunteers that I enjoyed the most were the therapy dogs. Also, someone came in playing a violin one day. It is a wonderful thing for people to care enough, and take the time to brighten other people’s lives.
I totally agree.
I love watching that program but I either miss the beginning or end of it.
Maybe Con te Partiro by Andre Boccelli.
I started to cry. One of the patients was a two-year-old cancer patient. And they sang wheels on the bus. Still makes me want to cry.
Ooh, I don’t know. I’ve got to think about that.
Prop me up beside the jukebox if I die...Joe diffy
Probably something from Rocky like “The Eye of the Tiger” or ”The Final Countdown”. Something that will pump me up.
Do not play! I like quiet
From the musical, Bye Bye Birdie,
“I’ve got a lot of living to do”
I love that show.
What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong
Great choice! 👍
Why thank you! 😺
“Show Me the Way To Go Home”
(a real oldie!)
Change Gonna Come
“You Never Let Go”, Matt Redmond
Amazing Grace When the King Comes Through the Gate.
Just play something that you wrote or just let the moment dictate what comes out.
Go Rest High on that Mountain.
Free Bird 🦅 by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
“Rescue Me” by Fontella Bass
“White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane
“Simple Man” by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
I consider the song to be the anthem of my life and the lyrics to be words to live and die by.