One of the stops included my doctor's appointment. Surprisingly, at such an early time of day, there was a pretty decent crowd in the waiting room, forcing us to wait outside by ourselves for an entire hour (no joke).
About 15 minutes into that tiring hour, my dad and I spontaneously decided to perform an impromptu karaoke session in the hallway. We were alone and bored, and I figured maybe it would speed up time. Plus, the unexpected audience of about 10 adults and children departing from the elevators from time to time seemed to enjoy our performance.
I hand-picked songs off the top of my head from our father-daughter playlist. I thought I might share a few of them. I can confirm that my dad would be proud, since a good number of the following songs predominantly belong to the some of the finest in rock, classic rock and country. These are tunes that the past few generations have and will be jamming out to, as long as we pass along this great music on to our children's ears, and they their children, and so on. Classics like these never go out of style, unlike my dad's wardrobe once in a while. (Hey that rhymed!) Enjoy!
Our Father-Daughter Playlist!
"One Night Fix" - The Southern Strangers (on iTunes)
"A Boy Named Sue" - Johnny Cash
"Mary Jane's Last Dance" - Tom Petty
"Bohemian Rhapsody" - Queen
"The Logical Song" - Supertramp
"Piano Man" - Billy Joel
"Benny and the Jets" - Elton John
"Live and Let Die" - Paul McCartney & Wings
"Sympathy for the Devil" - The Rolling Stones
"Roller" - April Wine
"Bad to the Bone" - George Thorogood
"Renegade" - Styx
"Feels Like the First Time" - Foreigner
"Down Under" - Men at Work
"Don't Stop Believin'" - Journey
"Crazy Train" - Ozzy Ozbourne
These songs are all links to videos and music that are not mine.