Weekly Song Challenge, Week 5

Did you have fun last week with the challenge? Let’s do it again!

How it works:
Each week, I will provide a list of 3 topics or themes.

You come up with 1 song for each of the 3 themes.

Now, I know several of you like to plan ahead, so I’ve got a page prepared where you can find the upcoming themes.. 

This Week’s Song Challenge:

  1. A Feeling: Don’t Worry Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin

  2. A Fruit: Peaches by Presidents of the United States

  3. A Vegetable: Green Onions by Book T & the MGs

So what say you? Does this sound like a fun game? I hope you’ll join me. Post your links in the comments below, and I look forward to having you join me again next week! 


  1. Mary,

    Bobby McFerrin's song always makes me happy when I hear it. Anyone who doesn't smile when this song plays has a real problem. "Peaches" although I know the song title, not the group, I never listened to the song before now. Booker T & the MGs "Green Onions" is an oldie but a goodie! Thanks for hosting the music fun, my friend!

    Curious as a Cathy

  2. I was going to use "Green Onions," but something told me to use something else. Great selections!

  3. These are great and love the 2 videos. Seeing Robin Williams here made me feel a bit sad all things considered but it is a great song to use...simple but effective. I would chhose "Get Happy" by Judy Garland from the musical Summer Stock with Gene Kelly. That number is deservedly famous. 2. For Fruits I choose The lady in the tutti fruiti Hat sung by Carmen Miranda with an out of this world musical number. There is a sexual subliminal message the director passed through the censors since the Breen Office had no clue. The 3rd one I chose the Mashed Potato song because that is all that popped into my head. I think the first name who sang this song is DeeDee


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