When I was a young lad there used to be a comedy program called The Morecambe and Wise Show
on TV in England (Click Here
to see the Morecambe and Wise
entry on the Wikipedia).
Theirs was a gently sort of humor that the whole family could enjoy. No swearing or anything "off color" – just good, clean, wholesome fun.
They would end each show by singing the song "Bring Me Sunshine" in such a way that it always left a smile on one's face.
Morecambe and Wise in their classic "skip dance" pose
performed to "Bring Me Sunshine."
Well, the reason I'm waffling on about this is that one of my fellow UBM/DeusM editors just sent out a link to a really good video on Vimeo. This is the Jive Aces Music Video
of "Bring Me Sunshine" and I have to say that it really made me feel happy (I'm still smiling as I pen these words).
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