Pronouns: The Musical – Act 2: You

The Story

Welcome to Pronouns: The Musical.

Some may ask, “Pronouns?”, but we at A Frank Angle say, “Why not pronouns!”

A subset of nouns, pronouns serve as a substitute for nouns and noun phrases. These bits of linguistics and grammar are versatile and can almost refer to anything.

Although pronouns can be personal, objective, possessive, indefinite, relative, intensive, demonstrative, interrogative, reflexive, and reciprocal, this musical extravaganza focuses on selected pronouns.

Program

Act 2: You

Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it. (Charles R. Swindoll, American Clergyman)

Smile in the mirror. Do that every morning and you’ll start to see a big difference in your life. (Yoko Ono, artist)

It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop. (Confucius, philosopher)

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. (Albert Einstein, scientist)

If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude. (Maya Angelou, poet)

Guidelines

Songs must have You in the title

Cautions

  • No duplicates songs regardless of artists
  • Contractions are acceptable at the discretion of The Producer
  • Your is unacceptable

Production Note

To prevent browsers crashing from loading too many videos, please 1) include the song title and artist in your text, and 2) paste the URL as part of your last line (not a new line). The latter will provide a link, thus not embed the actual video … but I don’t mind unembedding, so apologies are not necessary.

Announcement

Welcome to the latest aFa Production – Pronouns: The Musical.

Act 2 is all about You – my readers. As one believing that most of the people of the world are good, the words of this 1967 hit support that mantra. Written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon-McCartney, let’s have a rousing welcome for Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, Rod Stewart, and Paul McCartney singing All You Need is Love.

Act 3: Me

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128 thoughts on “Pronouns: The Musical – Act 2: You

    • Debra,
      Gotta love Freddie and Queen. Simply top-of-the-line classic!!! Lots of energy in this video. It also reminded me that last year’s cruise ship had a Freddie Mercury impersonator for a show. … Regarding that movie, thanks for the tip because I didn’t know!

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  1. This entry is personal; a vote for “If I Don’t Have You” by the Skyliners. This is a song that was played at all the school dances when I was growing up and the perfect “slow dance” for young lovers 🙂 The Skyliners are from my home town of Pittsburgh, led by Jimmy Beaumont (who passed away last year); a friend of mine, Donna Groom, is one of the vocalists. The group still actively performs; some songs, and bands, never die 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qU9Mx8R72co

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  3. Dear aFrank,
    Here’s a great singer/artist/song writer whose time is no more but his words and music live on.
    His voice was a lot more raspy in his older years which I happen to like better than his younger years. It’s as if he’s preaching his emotions for all to hear. Obviously, he’s a favorite of mine. I hope you enjoy this one. Leonard Cohen … You Got Me Singing https://youtu.be/ZSuvba-QGTg/
    Isadora 😎

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