Recently, I've noticed that it can be very depressing to let reality and truth get me down, so I've been working on ways to elevate my moods. Dr.Morell thinks a positive attitude can help, but just in case, he doubled up the Librium and maxed me out on the Prozac. In the meantime, I devised a plan I think could work:
Every time I think about how much is wrong in
When I was a young girl, we used to watch Shirley Temple movies when we were feeling sad. Everyone was poor in those days, but by the time we left the theater, we'd all be singing happy songs like "The Good Ship Lollipop" or "The Codfish Ball," or sometimes, if my dad was still sober, "Deutschland Uber Alles".
Music really does have the power to make thing better. I wish more people understood that. Back in the eighties, when people were starving somewhere in Africa, Bob Geldof organized a bunch of
See what I mean? Music may not solve the problem, but it lets people suffer to a beat.
That's why I'm glad to see Ariana Grande returning to sing to all those
I think this is something women understand better than non-women. I've always felt it takes a village. Maybe if people would sing more, we'd could gain the upper hand on ISIS and maybe even get them to change their thinking about us, too. After all, it's much harder to behead someone while whistling "Zippidee Doo Dah."