My tackle preparation happened two days ago when I was tidying up my PC for my real tackle, installing new windows on my PC because some programs are not working properly (I hope I do the installing right!).
Anyway, as I was sorting more than 10 gigs of files photo and MP3 files, I saw my Enchanted movie album and heard a song very fit for tacklers the Happy Working Song. So I leave you here with the lyrics to see why I think it is perfect for Tackle Me Tuesday-ers and a link to download the MP3 file if you liked it.
All right, everyone! Time to tidy things up!
Come my little friends
As we all sing a happy little working song
Merry little voices clear and strong
Come and roll your sleeves up,
So to speak, and pitch in
Cleaning crud up in the kitchen
As we sing along
Trill a cheery tune in the tub
As we scrub a stubborn mildew stain
Pluck a hairball from the shower drain
To that gay refrain
Of a happy working song
We’ll keep singing without fail
Otherwise we’d spoil it
Hosing down the garbage pail
And scrubbing up the toilet
How we all enjoy letting loose with a little
While we’re emptying the vacu-um
It’s such fun to hum
A happy working song
A happy working song
Oh, how strange a place to be
Till Edward comes for me
My heart is sighing
Find More lyrics at www.sweetslyrics.com
Still, as long as I am here
I guess a new experience
Could be worth trying
Hey! Keep drying!
You can do a lot when you’ve got
Such a happy working tune to hum
While you’re sponging up the soapy scum
We adore each filthy chore
That we determine
So friends even though you’re vermin
We’re a happy working throng
Singing as we fetch the detergent box
For the smelly shirts and the stinky socks
If you can not sing then hum along
As we’re finishing our happy working song!
Let’s TAT (Talk About Tuedays) about playing songs when doing house chores. Personally, I always like to listen to tunes whenever I am doing house chores it makes it all easy. It’s also fun to sing-along with the songs, even if I’m out of tune, the trick is to turn-up the volume and your out-of-tune voice will blend in!