This Has Been Earworming Me All Day So Now I’m Giving It You

Don’t worry, for once, the earworm is not painful. Enjoy.

— JS

15 Comments on “This Has Been Earworming Me All Day So Now I’m Giving It You”

  1. I love the song and she does such a lovely version. Brought me to tears. Thank you for the sweet earworm. Best of the holidays to you and yours.

  2. Alison Krauss is always a welcome earworm. It was interesting to see the makeup of Union Station with her. Adam Steffy, the mandolin player, left the band around 2000, and I believe it was Jerry Douglas playing the dobro; he joined the band after Adam left.

    Fun fact – Alison Krauss produced Nickle Creek’s first CD.

  3. She released a second album with Robert Plant not too long ago, it’s fantastic. Highly recommend.

  4. This has got to be one of the best performances of all time. She sings the song so effortlessly it’s amazing.

  5. Paul McCartney’s short live acoustic version is great as well (but Allison Krause is a angel.)

  6. Current ear worms are Waitresses’ Christmas Wrapping and Elton John’s We All Fall In Love Sometime/Curtains.

    Pleasant earworms are good things.

  7. Lucky you. My current earworm is the
    Disney Tiki Room version of Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sjng.”

  8. What a gorgeous voice! Truly wonderful gift, thanks John.

    When Let’s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing is mentioned, I hear Maurice Chevalier’s voice, so no problem. He conveyed such joy with his songs.

  9. Geez, she looks so young. But so did we all 30 years ago.

    As good as she was then, she kept getting better.

    This may seem like a weird comparison but her singing reminds me of Miles Davis’s playing. Her tone is pure and clean like his. She hits the notes dead center (great intonation) like him. And she uses vibrato as an effect rather than a constant part of her sound.