@ Tink! Thataway!
My favorite popular songs are usually ones that are cheerful and funny, like this one.Â
It isÂ snowing here, and the ambience is rather gloomy - like the news.
So, these old classics popped into my mind:
You are right, the real author is not known.
Rooster, the classic I picked for you is JOHNNY B. GOODE...ranked by ROLLING STONE as 7th in its list of all time greatest songs...thinking of Chuck Berry's death. He was older here, but he still does that thing with his heels.
@ Virginia: He was one of the greatest!
And how I remember this energising rhythm.
Here's another one:
Oh Marianne, yes...I see it is from 1956, I certainly do remember the song!
It was one of the "evergreens" heard often on the radio.
I've always liked this song, even as a kid.
@ Angela : Another good one!
Angela, this is another of those songs I remember the very first time I heard it...the era of the coffeehouses, and Vancouver, B.C.Â
A nice one, Angela. I remember this song.