Le Tourbillon de la Vie, a song made famous by Jeanne Moreau in the 1962 French film Jules et Jim. Performed here a capella as a gift from, well, an awfully important friend of mine. I just have to share. I mean come on.
HEY GUYS MY REPLACEMENT UKULELE FINALLY CAME IN SO I DIDN’T DESIGN ANYTHING YESTERDAY LIKE I WAS SUPPOSED TO I JUST TURNED ON GARAGEBAND AND THEN I MADE THIS.
One take per track, no edits, no special microphones, don’t get your hopes up, nothing fancy, just for fun, just to make you guys smile or something. It’s hot here. Did I mention it’s hot here? (p.s. Hiawatha’s Lullaby was originally written by Milke Holt of The Mommyheads.)
“Sometimes I think of my blog as my mantlepiece, with a clock and some knick knacks and maybe a candle holder or two. You know what else I put on my mantle? BIRTHDAY CARDS. I’ll shortly be reblogging some Happy Birthday to Me posts because I’m touched beyond words and because I just plain love you dearly. Thank you. Cyberhugs to everyone.”—<3