Sunday Session – Father’s Day

In an effort to be more creative , I am joining Thea at Do I Really Wanna Blog? and adding some music to this blog

New rules – there are no rules!
On Sundays I play music on my blog.
Old or new or in between.
Related or not.
But always songs I love!
Here are my picks for this week.
You can play along by linking up with Thea.
Happy Sunday!


Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers out there.

One of the music artists I grew up listening to was Elvis Presley. My parents had all his records (remember those big black discs music was played on) and often on a Sunday there would be an Elvis Presley movie.

So in honour of Father’s Day here is “Always On My Mind”.

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I hadn’t heard this next song before the past week. The radio has been playing it a lot and it is now stuck in my head. “Father’s Day” by Weddings, Parties, Anything. From the age of 15 to 18 for me Father’s Day was 4 hours on a Friday night.

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4 Responses to Sunday Session – Father’s Day

  1. Elvis figured prominently in my childhood also. Used to dance around the living room to Hound Dog and Jailhouse Rock, but I always like the Willie Nelson version of this song. Still enjoyed hearing it though.

    This song, Father’s Day, was very touching. I hadn’t heard it before either.

  2. Thea says:

    Oh, I love both of these songs!
    I love anything Elvis does.
    Great songs for Father’s Day.

  3. Norlin says:

    I haven’t heard the second song before, but gosh…Always On My Mind….boy that guy can sing! Dear Elvis, my Mum’s all time favourite singer. :)

  4. Kate Sins says:

    Isn’t it funny how some people have heard some of these Sunday Sessions songs and others haven’t?! Usually I’m in the ‘haven’t’ camp but not this time – I love the second song and have for years!

    Oh, Elvis, that voice… Wonderful picks! :)

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