Laura’s Weekly Song Challenge # 27


Laura’s Weekly Song Challenge # 27 

Weekly Song Challenge, Round 27


Here we go with another round of interesting prompts and music, hosted by Laura! Join in and see other entries by clicking the above link. It’s fun! Thanks, Laura!

I tag anyone who loves music, prompts, and sharing what you find. 🙂


Copy rules and add to your own post, pinging back to this post.
Post music videos for your answers to the musical questions.
Tag two people to participate!


Post a video of a song that’s perfect when you’re feeling overwhelmed.


“Enjoy the Ride”, by Jana Stanfield

“I cannot do all the good that the world needs. But the world needs all the good that I can do.”

Jana Stanfield


Post a video of a song you’d find humorous if it came on while making whoopie.


“Push It”, by Salt-N-Peppa, was released from their album, “Hot, Cool & Vicious”, in 1987. It was written by Hurby Azor and Ray Davies, and is on the Plateau-London label.


Post a video of a protest song.


“Ohio”, by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, was released from their album, “So Far”, in 1970. It was written by Neil Young, and is on the Atlantic label.

This song came out just days after the shootings at Kent State. It is a counterculture protest anthem, in reaction to the horror of that day (May 4, 1970)



Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2019 BS


8 responses »

  1. Great selections. I lived near Kent State when the shootings took place. It was so surreal. Growing up during that time was tough enough. Members of my graduating class were being drafted to serve in Vietnam. Then to have this happen on your doorstep was eye opening.

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