Daily Prompt: Songs and memories




“A song comes on the radio and instantly, you’re transported to a different time and place. Which song(s) bring back memories for you and why? Be sure to mention the song, and describe the memory it evokes.”


One of my teachers at elementary school liked us to sing. He taught us many songs. Actually, the first thing he did on the first day of our class was teach us a song. You can check it here.



And, I didn’t know back then, but it seems to be based on this American song, “School House On The Hill.”



We were always singing in and outside our classroom. We often went out, sung under the trees, and played a lot in the school playground. Oh, I feel like I’m going to sing this aloud.


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