Russ Abbot knew

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Here it comes.

The clean sweep.

A full week of blogs inspired by songs.

I was recently thinking about the Russ Abbot show.

Like you do.

Basildon Bond, Cooperman, C.U. Jimmy et al.

Good times 🙂

I loved the theme song to that show.

“Tears of laughter” it was called.

Go and have a listen after you’ve finished this (priorities) –> www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQyKKpbob54

It’ll bring back memories if you lived through the 80s and early 90s.

Let’s just ignore his suggestion of “a line or two for everyone” and concentrate on the key message.

“Songs of joy and tears of laughter are all we need to lift our, lift our hearts”.

That’s up there with “We shall fights them on the beaches” and “I have a dream” if you ask me.

Should be taught in schools.

Even in these challenging times, it’s worth remembering.

*Especially in these challenging times, it’s worth remembering.

Easier said than done, we know.

The last thing we feel like doing at times.

But finding some laughter and joy from somewhere is important at the best of times.

Arguably essential right now!

Never forget that “songs of joy and tears of laughter are all we need to lift our, lift our hearts”.

Much love,

Jon ‘Blunderwoman’ Hall

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Jon Hall

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