The melody of this song wouldn't get out of my head this morning, but I had to phone Karen and sing a bit of it to find out what it was. We heard it at the Eli Barsi concert on Sunday afternoon.
I went looking for it on Youtube to hear the bass line, and after listening to The Judds sing it, I carried on. And have been stuck here at the computer. I can't stop!
This guy reminds me so much of Uncle Bob, seen seated in the photo above. Minus the philosophizing, of course; it's the voice. (Click on the link, Reta!)
Uncle Bob usually played his guitar after our family meals, and Mom (in the red sweater there) always sang and taught songs to the kids. Here she seems to have my cousins Gerald and Karla dancing.
Of course, I couldn't stop there. I found some other pretty good stuff.
The Greenes did a beautiful job of it at the Christian Heritage Church in Graniteville, SC, back in 2008:
BustedBenz shares his piano version:
And now, I really have to get my ass out of this chair and get dressed. But it's hard to drag myself away!
Here's a sweet little girl singing it:
Julia at Bluegrass Jam