Friday, July 29, 2011

Friday Music Blog

Welcome to the Friday Music Blog on Chief 187 Chatter. It is widely known that music is a passion of mine. Having a forum to post topics, leave my subjective choices, and read all of yours is a Simple Joy! I have been doing Friday Music Blogs for years and I never tire of them. Even posting three a week keeps me energized and enthused for the numerous responses I get to pour over. The Friday Music Blog is a mainstay and I’m thrilled to have you all here to play along with me!

Today’s focus is songs with the word “Sunday” in the title. List any and all songs with “Sunday” in the title and be sure to include the artist. If it isn’t immediately evident, the next six weeks will be dedicated to days of the week entries. Do not jump the gun and post them all now. Each Friday we will look at a different day of the week. Today is ONLY Sunday.

I am once again overwhelmed by the outpouring of love, respect, and loyalty to this site and to Simple Joys, the crown jewel that is the weekly line up. The pageviews flew over 19000 this week, the memberships who follow increased to 65, and the numbers continue to skyrocket! I am moved by your support and hope to continue to give you a quality product which to read, interact, and enjoy. Thank you to each and every one of you! Please join me to check on the Friday Music Blog as the entries continue to come throughout the weekend. I invite you to return on Monday for another week of all new and original blogs here at Chief 187 Chatter.


  1. Pleasant Valley Sunday - The Monkees

  2. Sunday Morning Sunshine - Harry Chapin
    Sunday Morning - The Velvet Underground
    Church on Sunday - Green Day
    Blue Sunday - The Doors
    Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2
    Sunday Afternoon in the Park - Van Halen
    Beautiful Sunday - Daniel Boone
    Sunday Morning Coming Down - Johnny Cash

  3. "Seventeen Come Sunday" -British Folk Song (1st movement, March, in "English Folk Song Suite" by Ralph Vaughan Williams)
    Seventeen Come Sunday

  4. My Sunday Feeling- Jethro Tull
    Ummmmmm.... uh.....
    Love Me Two Times On Sunday- The Doors
    Manic Sunday- The Bangles ;-)
    When I'm 64 Next Sunday- The Beatles
    I Can't Race Sundays- Sammy Hagar and the Lime Rocks
    OK, I give up.