Lionel Richie – Hello
This week’s Music Monday was easy because Lionel Richie came to me in a dream and wrote this blog for me.
If you know a better cure for the Mondays, write it down on a piece of paper, stick it in an envelope, get a stamp, seal it and shove it up your butt! Shout out Stanley. But really, I implore you to listen to 1984 classic, Hello and not feel overwhelmed with emotion. Does it get a little creepy? Sure it does. Does the music video make him look like a stalker? You bet. But when you have a head of hair and a mustache like Lionel does, none of that matters. Enjoy your Monday, y’all.
Welcome to Music Monday
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We’re currently reviewing each episode of HBO’s newest drama series The Deuce on our weekly podcast, and one of the best parts of the show 3 episodes in is the soundtrack. The Deuce takes place in early 1970s NYC, which means the soundtrack is jam packed with songs from the 60s and 70s, included this week’s Music Monday pick: Out of Sight by James Brown. Have a great day on purpose everybody.