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Happy birthday, Fruitcake!

I'm just so not creative! Some of you know how this girl spoils me rotten, and I can't even come up with a good birthday surprise... So well, given that she'll listen to anything I sing - even in "disastrous" occasions - I guess a wee song will have to do.

I'm sorry if you're all sort of tired of this song, but it's appropriate! Big hugs, Fruitcake. Thanks for everything! I love you!

Little note: I always have to "restrain" my singing a little when recording on the computer because my small microphone overlaps. Hope I'm not sounding... "emotionless" in all of them!


  1. I just spoil you. You were already rotten. :P LOL! I'm way more spoiled having a Fruitcake like you. *hugs* Thanks, sweet pea. I love you!

  2. Love you back!
    Oh, and I fixed the link. ;-)

  3. Wow, Vicky ... definitely not "emotionless"!

  4. "So not creative" and "emotionless"??? Hmmm . . . to quote what a very smart lady said recently to me, "You're crazy, dear!" And how can anyone get tired of a classic? That's the wonderful thing about music . . . and poetry . . . and BatB, isn't it? The truly beautiful creation, the truly worthy, may be familiar and of its time but never constrained by it. I'm glad I don't know about all the songs you are not posting for their "tiresomeness" - as I would probably start to fuss at you! :-) With the best of intentions.

    In the meantime, Vicky, please keep singing in your angel voice. I know you posted this for your Fruitcake (belated happy birthday, Amber) - but how were you to know this is the song that never grows old for me?

  5. Hmmm, gotta wonder who that was... ;-) Thank you both, Sandy and Gail!

    True the song was recorded in honor of the birthday girl, but the words are just as true for all of you who have touched my life in one way or another... Thank you! I'm really happy the "new version" still sounds fresh to you! I'll remember that, Gail, next time I consider songs to post... :-D