Day 11 – #MusicalMarch


My sis, Ritu over at ButISmileAnyway has a music challenge going for March. If you would like to participate read more about it here. 

I usually don’t post a song on the weekends but due to my sister’s challenge, I cannot resist doing so. I thought I’d pick some songs I would not post on a regular Song-of-the-Day post.

I still would like to go with some oldies. Most of the oldies I love I got to know from the movie series Lemon Popsicle – a movie playing in Israel showing three teenagers on their way becoming men. It was so funny and romantic. At least for the teenager, I was myself when I watched the movies in the 80’s! Here is one of the trailers:

And here is the song I chose for today:

And one more 😁

In Love and Light

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