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Decorate the halls! (Top Ten Tuesday!)

April 13, 2010

Yeah, ok…shockingly bad pun seeing as it isn’t even Christmas, but this topic doesn’t allow for a whole lot of creativity!

Spring has arrived, and it is fairly normal in the UK for people to begin decorating their homes at this time of year. It’s usually done over the Easter holidays, DIY shops are filled with eager people stocking up on paint, wallpaper etc, and preparing to give their homes a makeover!

But what would decorating be without a little music? Boring, that’s what! So, with that in mind I present you with my Top Ten Tuesday post….Top 10 Songs for Decorating/Construction!

1. If I Had a Hammer – Peter, Paul and Mary
2. We Built This City – Jefferson Airplane
3. Love Can Build a Bridge – The Judds
4. Can We Fix It – Bob the Builder
5. Painter Song – Norah Jones
6. One Piece At a Time – Johnny Cash
7. Grandpa Was a Carpenter – John Prine
8. What’s He Building in There – Tom Waits
9. Our House – Madness
10. Hammer To Fall – Queen

For the full list, click here! And don’t forget to visit ohamanda for more Top Ten Tuesday goodness!

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10 comments

  1. I can’t even clean the house without music, let alone decorate! Great picks. 😀


  2. Lol same here!


  3. brilliant. like all your top ten 🙂


    • Thank you! *hugs* I miss talking to you!


  4. So creative! You’re great at the songs! 🙂

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  5. You made me smile! These are very appropriate.


  6. Love this list! It brought an immediate smile to my face.


    • Glad you liked it! (Sorry for the delay in replying!) Thanks for stopping by! 😀



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