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Discover the Power of Music

All You Need is Love

Article by Tammy Fellows

Photography by Tammy Fellows

You May Say I’m a Dreamer….

“Imagine all the people, living for today…Imagine all the people, living life in peace... Imagine all the people sharing all the world…You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one...” 

People who know me tease that wherever I am, I always have music playing. I am kind of like a walking soundtrack. I find music to be a powerful tool. It can set any mood; joy, sadness, inspiration, strength, it can even trigger fond memories instantaneously. Lately my music choices are those that lift my spirits and bring me happiness. I’m choosing songs that remind me of all the things that I have to be grateful for. This is a choice I make everyday.

Now more than ever people need positivity and hope. As we face times that seem uncertain, it is comforting to find solace in your perspective. Music can help. I thought I would share with you a few of my favorite songs that bring a smile to my face every time I hear them.

We have been given the gift of time. I recommend you use it wisely. While you spend this extra time at home, I encourage you to put on your favorite tunes. Allow yourself a moment of peace to enjoy and be grateful for this beautiful life we get to live. Gratitude is a gift!

A few suggested songs for your listening enjoyment:

  • All you need is love (the Beatles)
  • Imagine (John Lennon)
  • What a wonderful World (Louis Armstrong)
  • One Love (Bob Marley)
  • Up&Up (Coldplay)
  • One (U2) 
  • Man in the Mirror (Michael Jackson)
  • Over the Rainbow (Isreal Kamakawiowo’ole
  • Better when I’m Dancin’ (Megan Trainor)
  • Good Vibrations (The Beach Boys)
  • Don’t Worry Be Happy (Bobby McFerrin)
  • Thank You (Led Zeppelin)
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Be grateful, be kind and live well,

Tammy Fellows