I Thank You for The Thanksgiving Song, and I Thank God For You – because oh What a Wonderful World

Can you believe it’s already Thanksgiving week?  I love Thanksgiving, so I’m happy about it.  For those of you (like me) who celebrate with tons of food and lots of fun, are you ready?  Turkey defrosting or ordered?  Side dishes plotted and planned?  Good – then all that’s left is some fun music to accompany the accompaniments.

If you haven’t guessed it by now, this week’s theme for Monday’s Music Moves Me is songs about thanks or songs you’re thankful for.  I always like to think outside the box, so I’ve come up with another fun eclectic mix to make everybody happy – and possibly thankful.  First up, is a great song by with ”:

Songs on Thanksgiving week cannot be complete without ’s ”:

When I was thinking ‘thankful and ‘fun’ songs, this one came immediately to mind.  And I guarantee you’ll be singing along with , ”:

And finally, a song that has been around forever and always gives me goosebumps, with ”:

I thank God for you, my Dear Readers – let’s enjoy this Wonderful World…and your Monday!

Now on to the particulars of Monday’s Music Move’s Me:

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I have the supreme honor and privilege of being a co-host with the inimitable Xmas Dolly and her cohorts in crime, Lorie of The Shewbridges of Celebration, Florida, and Callie from JAmericanSpice for Monday’s Music Moves Me – want to join in the fun? It’s easy peasy! Just find a tune that rocks your boat, post it and link up – don’t forget to grab Xmas Dolly…er, um, I mean her button…over at her place here. Check out Xmas Dolly’s sidebar for the random themes we sport each week – and you can always ask for a specific theme of music you like, too. Check out the other music lovahs and let’s jam!

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INTRODUCING “OUR SPOTLIGHT COUPLE”

CONGRATS! APPLAUSE – APPLAUSE

The awesome Run DMT also hosts :



I’m also linking up for what was the Sunday Song Hop and now is Pinning and Singing on the Weekend over at 5 Minutes Just For Me: I’m going to have to get busy pinning, but at least it’s to share music, too:

 

More – hop along, won’t you?

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17 thoughts on “I Thank You for The Thanksgiving Song, and I Thank God For You – because oh What a Wonderful World

  1. I have never heard the Adam Sandler song, but I was holding my breath trying not to crack up and wake up my hubby. It was hysterical!
    I love the Top song and I totally forgot about the Sawyer Brown song, but I love it and will be singing it all day today!!
    Thanks for posting the Louis Armstrong song, I have always loved it and it made me smile today.
    Have a fabulous Thanksgiving… HUGGLES!

  2. Can you believe it, I’ve never heard the Adam Sandler song? Thanks for sharing it, though. It’s hilarious! I hope y’all have a wonderful Thanksgiving! =D

  3. I usually love Thanksgiving but this year is nothing but stress. We are going to my sister-in-law’s and she just realized yesterday that she can’t feed my youngest because of her dairy allergy. Still not sure what we are going to do.

  4. You are getting so good at this Girlfriend. I don’t know why I didn’t choose I thank you by ZZ Top Dave sings that all the time in the band for years. Adam Sandler I thought of that one, but where I found it they would let me embed, but I’m glad you found it that’s just too funny. I never heard Sam & his song, but a very entertaining video too cute & your winding up with Louie is perfect! Maybe I should make you head conductor!! ~hehe~

  5. What a Wonderful World always makes me cry. Little o likes me to sing it to him at night, and he pats my cheek.

    And what holiday can’t be improved by ZZ Top? NONE!

  6. I really enjoyed that Sawyer Brown song!!! Oh, and Adam Sandler, cracks me up!! I love ZZ Top and of course, I agree with you about It’s a Wonderful Life, it makes you melt!

  7. I hadn’t heard Adam Sandler’s Thanksgiving song in so long. I’ll suggest we put the turkey in a big brown shoe this Thursday.

    Love,
    Lola

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