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"For once in my life I have someone who needs me"

This is the 34th post in my cd collection series.

As I've written previously, my generation fell in love with the music that our Boomer parents had largely rejected, the American songbook of our grandparents.  Harry Connick, Jr., who was big when I was in high school, helped with this.


In the early 21st century Michael Buble emerged sounding even more like Sinatra.  I initially bought his first , self-titled album after hearing it at a party because I thought it was sexy.  It opens with "Fever." 

But I was like most about listening to this album now is dancing with my husband.  I like to put it on in the kitchen when we are cooking together and during "For once in my life" I'll grab him, and we'll dance around the kitchen. 

My favourite part of that song is:

For once I can say; this is mine you won't take it
Long as I know I have love I can make it
For once my life I have someone who needs me


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