Here comes the sun..do do do do.
Here comes the sun…
What a way to start the day. Waking up to an optimistic song is a good way to start a happy day injecting joy into the moment. Music moves our soul and “Here Comes the Sun” written by George Harrison not only moves me it brings an important message. (“The smile is returning to the faces.”)
Appreciating the sound of rain pelleting against the black-top and bouncing off the streets with the sweet smell of refreshment while keeping dry under a clear umbrella, I don’t mimic such appreciation and awe on those days both with no sunshine and a lack of rain.
I wish it either rains or shines, just don’t go grey and dreary.
Cloudy days…cloudy days deliver drear causing motivation to stand still.
Dissipating into the dampness of the day is that gung-ho let’s kick-ass feeling. A good way of putting it is simply say it’s a yucky day.
We all feel a yucky day from time to time. It tends to surface more on those dark, damp and grey days.
But wait! Here comes the sun, the smiles return to the faces.
Even on those chilly damp days when bones feel like a used cold wash-cloth on soft skin, the sun is coming. Here comes the sun. It may not show itself today or even tomorrow.
Short of the Earth being eaten by the heated pile of burning and whirling gases floating in the sky, the sun as we know it will come out again radiating refreshing rays restoring smiles to our faces and it’s alright.
Actually it’s more than alright, it will be a happy day and we know it is coming. On a blank day like today we simply need to wait a bit and the sun will break on through delivering the happy anti-depressant vitamin D we all need.
Here comes the sun. Little darling, here comes the sun. Wait for it. Here comes the sun and it’s alright.
Go ahead, start your day for a week straight each morning listening to “Here Comes the Sun” and feel your energy revitalize.
“Little darling, here comes the sun and I say it’s alright.”
“The smiles returning to the faces.” 🙂
“Here comes the sun.”