HU300-20_Unit_4_Project_HallHawkins

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HU300-20 Unit 4 Project Stephanie HallHawkins 2/28/2011 Music and My Life | Stephanie
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When I was a child the music that I mostly listened to was folk music. A large part of the reason for that is that my Father was really into it and that is what he sang around the house. I listened to The Irish Rovers mostly, but there were several other records that were often being played on the record player throughout the day. My fondest memories from my childhood were road trips. We always sang in the car just to pass the time. I also think that it was a way to keep us kids busy and not fighting with each other. My favorite road trip song had to be Rabbit Ain’t Got No Tail at All. It was one of those songs that just repeated its self verse after verse and we could just sing on and on. My Dad would always start a song and by the time he got to the second verse we would all be singing along. Of course we also sang old favorites like 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall and I Know a Song That Gets on Everybody’s Nerves. As I got older I began to listen more to the radio and grew fond of rock ‘n roll music.
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2011 for the course HUM 300 taught by Professor Hyde during the Winter '10 term at Kaplan University.

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