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Listen to your heart, frog

Monday Mayhem follows

It's the final week of the love month. Here's Listen to your heart by the Swedish pop duo Roxette.

Amanda @ Bloggin with Amanda hosts Musical Monday

XmasDolly of XmasDolly, Lori of Shewbridges of Central Florida, Larry of Cakeblast, and Callie of JAmerican Spice host Monday's Music Moves Me

Denise @ Run DMT hosts Music Monday Blog Hop


Monday Mayhem: Viral Monday F***

Look how she tried. I never would have guessed it's something that hops. Poor baby.

Harriet hosts Monday Mayhem


Run DMT said…
Wow. I haven't heard this song in a long time. Reminds me of the Pretty Woman soundtrack. Thanks for sharing this flashback.

The "frog" video is so funny!

Thanks for the MM shout out. You ROCK, mama!
citymouse said…
I remember this Roxette song. Following you from the Music Moves Me hop.
Stacy Uncorked said…
Love Roxette and hadn't heard this song in a long time! Thanks for bringing back some great memories! ;)

That 'frog' video was hysterical! :)

Love Fest - MMMM
Anya said…
On Monday its always swinging time here ............. LOL
Love it !!!!

Super COOL video :))))))
Xmas Dolly said…
Great pic! I've never seen that video either. Fabulous - thanks for sharing! My son would say that for truck! I was so embarrassed, but I nip that in the bud right away!
The song brought back some memories, but the baby cracked me up, we had the same problem with my grandson and a variety of words!!

Your newest follower!!
JamericanSpice said…
That is a lovely song.

And the video is hilarious! I have so many stories on those :)

Thanks for playing with us today :)
I am Harriet said…
Wow...that kid was funny.
Thanks for playing!
Amanda Moore said…
Fabulous version of Listen to your Heart thanks for sharing it this week! I hope your month of love was awesome!
Classic NYer said…
I've always loved that song and I've never known who it was by...

Oh, and the frog? Hilarious!

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