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Thursday, April 29, 2010

O what a beautiful mornin!

Oh, what a beautiful mornin',

Oh, what a beautiful day.
I got a beautiful feelin'
Ev'rything's goin' my way.

All the sounds of the earth are like music,
All the sounds of the earth are like music,
The breeze is so busy it don't miss a tree,
And a ol' weepin' willer is laughin' at me.





Who better to sing this song than Hugh Jackman, the man from Oz!





(No Obfuscation here....this is indeed a shameless plug for my 

Sunday Songs Meme each Sunday!!)


Thanks so much for having me Jenny! 

This meme is O so much fun!

Jenny Matlock

Thanks for stopping by and visiting me in my little corner of the world Down Under!

Best wishes,
Natasha In Oz 

47 comments:

  1. love the morning photo collage, very cool!

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  2. It certainly is a beautiful morning Natasha, and even more so with the addition of your wonderful mosaic.
    Hugh Jackman's not too shabby either!
    ~Maggie~

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  3. I'am sitting here.with a big cup cappucino......reading your post.....................life is good !! have a beautiful day ,my dear !!!.hugs from me......

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  4. Hello Lovely Natasha, Your blog has genuinely filled me with such joy...sounds very corny but true. Love that song and Hugh Really should do more singing and less Xmen in my books..such a great voice I love him singing My Boy Bill too!I have been busy like everyone and I have just been catching up on your blog and Read the post below about ANZAC day...You are an army brat!! I am an army Brat too!! My Dad never saw any action...he entered just after Vietnam but was a Chaplain and therefore had a huge amount to do with the Vietnam guys..so much so the Vietnam Training Team adopted him as their Chaplain. Small world when you get a blogging really isn't it?Love the pics of your Dad. cheers Katherine

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  5. There's a bright golden haze on the meadow!

    There's a bright golden haze on the meadow!

    The corn is as high as an elephant's eye

    and it looks like it's reaching clear up to the sky.....


    Great post!

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  6. A sweet hello from Frog Hollow Farm! Hugh Jackman could sing the phone book and I'd love it! This song is such an uplifting one, old fashioned but needed in today's world. Thanks for sharing, by the way, I don't understand what a 'meme' is, can someone help me? Ciao, bella!

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  7. Your mosaic is beautiful! The beach looks so wonderful! Hope your having a great day!!
    Smiles...
    Wendy

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  8. Your morning collage is great. thanks for sharing this.

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  9. Hi Natasha...

    Ohhh...I love this song! Thanks for sharing it with us...and your beautiful photo mosaic! Lovely, my friend!!!

    Have a beautiful mornin'...beautiful day!

    Chari @Happy To Design

    PS...I'm not sure whether I thanked you or not for displaying my giveaway button in your sidebar....eeeks, old age! Hehe! Anyway, I sure do appreciate, Darlin'!

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  10. Great photos and love the song. I wish I could see Hugh on Broadway. He sings so beautifully. I've seen him interviewed a bunch of times. He seems like such a fun guy.

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  11. Great collage! I love the flower in the middle.

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  12. Beautiful way to start the day.
    Mimi

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  13. I love your morning collage. The song is now running through my head.

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  14. What a great way to start the day! I'm thankful to God for each new day, and I'm glad for your reminder. Lovely collage!

    Debi

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  15. Love that song! Would like to go out and sing it on a beautiful morning. Do you think my neighbors would care? Joni

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  16. You collage is lovely.

    Blessings,

    Jo

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  17. A beautiful morning to you!!!!
    How cannot one feel better with your posts?They're so inspiring, so joyful, yet simple and good..Love the photo collage, it's so colourful!
    Great post, and thank you for your lovely visits and comments on my blog, dear!
    Annalisa

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  18. Great song, voice and I love that musical! thanks so much!

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  19. What an outrageously musical and morning-licious (groan) post!

    I will check out your Sunday Meme. It sounds interesting.

    And your music clip here today was outstanding!

    Thanks for a happy stop on our little journey through Alphabe-Thursday's Letter "O".

    A+

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  20. Nice pics!
    It took me a minute to figure out what all the O's were about... duh! I'm a bit slow!

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  21. Oh what a beautiful morning it was!! And that song is from Oklahoma, another great O word!!

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  22. That was a beautiful O post. Thank you.

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  23. Oh what a beautiful morning! Now that song is stuck in my head. I don't mind! Great post.

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  24. beautiful photos for a beautiful post

    thanks for your visit to my alphabe-thursday

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  25. Great photo collage! That center rose is just wonderful, and I love how you echoed the pink in the other photos. Fabulous! And thanks for stopping by Life is Good and your encouraging words.

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  26. love the collage...and i would like just a wee sip of that smoothie...it would really hit the spot right about now! :)

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  27. Things brings back memories of watching Oklahoma as a child (pre- Hugh Jackman; although I've heard he's wonderful in it). I always thought this musical was a little sad. Your mosaic is lovely. Full of peaceful, joyful morning images to me.

    Thank you for a wonderful post.

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  28. What a lovely way to start a Saturday morning (yes, I'm late getting around to the Alphabe-Thursday links)! Thanks for the smile.

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  29. I love that song and loved the musical Oklahoma.

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  30. Greetings Natasha...hope all is good with you down under. I love all your posts...your pictures are exquisite. Thank you for your visit and comments about my "O" post...Peace and blessings

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  31. What a beautiful photo mosaic, and accompanied by one of my very favorite songs. Lovely choice for O! Kat

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  32. Great re-post. So appropriate for the hot and sunny weather lol.

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  33. Love the collage and the song...Love Oklahoma and that song...O what a nice post...bkm

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  34. I like the musical Oklahoma and Hugh Jackman...so great post!

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  35. Dear Natasha,
    Great post! Love your photos; love the song; and what a gorgeous guy singing the happiest of songs! (Yes, I know it sounds like I am on the moon, but I haven't lived in the US for years!)
    Thanks for sharing.
    I'll look in on you on Sundays!
    Best wishes,
    Anna
    Anna's little musician

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  36. I think this song is perfect for this morning. I am sitting at my sisters house looking out at her beautiful view of the countryside. All I need is a fruit milkshake or smoothie.

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  37. Great repost especially in view of the 36C heat here in Andalucia!

    Happy Alphabe-Thursday,

    LOLA:)

    PS Mine this time is HERE. Hope you've the time to join me!

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  38. Natasha. Oh what a beautiful link to Alphabet Soup!

    U R really an excellent writer. I always love C'ing your links on this meme!

    I am so glad you like to B a part of this!

    A+

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  39. Great collage. And this has always been a favorite song of mine.

    =)

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  40. Well now I have the song stuck in my head! I remember this from the musical Oklahoma. I've certainly see it a few times over the years and always have that same song running through my head after. Although I think watching Hugh Jackman is a lot more enjoyable!

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  41. It was a beautiful morning. Every morning is in some way.
    Very nice photos.

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  42. I adore that photo collage. That's enough to get me to join in the singing.

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  43. That brings back many memories for me. We were living in Oklahoma and went to see the musical Oklahoma done outside near Tulsa. It was beautiful...they came riding in on horseback and there was a real surrey with the fringe on top. My youngest was five and I was afraid he'd get restless, but he was spellbound until toward the end when Jed got shot. He thought it was real! He was upset and I kept telling him it was make believe. Finally, the actor that played Jed came out for his curtain call and my son broke out in a huge smile and said, "Mommy, he's really alive."

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  44. I haven't heard the whole song except when I saw the play way back when I was 12. He does a beautiful job! Great post!

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