The Saturday Song



It used to be the Friday Song, but this is an easy way for me to cover part of the weekend because I’m proofing at the moment and it’s very time consuming. And I do like a good ear-worm while I’m working. This week I’m still playing Mexican music at home, and was enchanted by Pixar’s ‘Coco’. a family story surprisingly themed around death and remembrance. Here’s the title song turned into karaoke so that you can exorcise it from your brain by giving in and singing along.

One comment on “The Saturday Song”

  1. Helen Martin says:

    Try Ray Bradbury’s The Hallowe’en Tree which was filmed for television only once and I think Mr. Bradbury has blocked any further versions. It is all about death and the two boys have to decide whether they are willing to give up a year of their lives (however long they may turn out to be) to save the life of their friend who is slated to die of appendicitis. It is aimed at pre teens and they eat it up. The story covers fall death customs through the ages and could be terrifying. I have read it to 10/11 year olds at Hallowe’en.

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