Skidamarink

So simple, so moving. Thank you. Reblogged to remember it.

The Journey of My Left Foot (whilst remembering my son)

Sunday 30th October

“Skidamarink adink adink,
skidamarink adoo,
I love you.
Skidamarink adink adink,
skidamarink adoo,
I love you.
Skidamarink adink adink,
skidamarink adoo,
I love you.
I love you in the morning
and in the afternoon,
I love you in the evening
and underneath the moon,
Oh, skidamarink adink adink,
skidamarink adoo,
I love you.”

Looking along your bookshelves this morning, I noticed a book of songs that you loved: paperback, a little worn and creased, but so well-loved.

Growing up, you would enjoy listening to children’s nursery rhymes, and would wander around, earplugs in, holding on tight to your Sony Walkman, playing cassettes of songs and stories.

In fact whatever age, you loved listening in this way: whether it was pop songs, audio books, the radio or Disney soundtracks.

When we were in Australia, you came across the Wee Sing songs, and learnt all the words to Skidamarink…

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