02
Apr
09

Crazy Baby

Every time I hear this song, I can believe Joan Osborne is singing it directly to me. Perhaps it speaks to where I have been the last week.

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2 Responses to “Crazy Baby”


  1. April 4, 2009 at 8:10 PM

    Thanks for sharing that track. What a great song! I love to hear women sing, from Edith Piaf, to Joan Baez, to Joni Mitchel, to Joan Osborne.
    Soothing. I hope you are feeling good this week. The week of April Fool’s Day might bring out the fool in us all.

    • April 4, 2009 at 8:41 PM

      I tell you, Willis – it doesn’t take much to bring out the fool in me.

      Thanks for asking, I am doing okay this week. Sunday, as usual, should be a high spot for me as well. Worship is when all the effort makes sense.

      BTW, I’m with you on women singing. I lean more towards the Ashley Cleveland end of the spectrum musically, though.


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