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Magical Moment 594, "Plenty to Be Thankful For"

One of my favorite movies to watch around this time of year is Irvin Berlin's Holiday Inn. One song in particular is great today because Thanksgiving music is so hard to come by! If you haven't seen the movie, I insist you watch it with a cup of hot chocolate immediately! Here is my take on the catchy tune, and below is Bing's version. 

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!



I've got plenty to be thankful for
I haven't got a great big yacht
To sail from shore to shore
Still I've got plenty to be thankful for
I've got plenty to be thankful for
No private car, no caviar
No carpet on my floor
Still I've got plenty to be thankful for
I've got eyes to see with
Ears to hear with
Arms to hug with
Lips to kiss with
Someone to adore
How could anybody ask for more?
My needs are small, I buy them all
At the five and ten cent store
Oh, I've got plenty to be thankful for

Comments

TexWisGirl said…
it's a happy tune! thanks for sharing both versions! may your life be filled with blessings and your heart full of love! :)
Linda said…
Happy Thanksgiving to you and Eddie. Thanks for sharing that song today. I've seen "Holiday Inn" but it was years ago. Might be worth another watch.
Hilary said…
Both such enjoyable videos. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Elizabeth.
Deborah said…
A hot cup of chocolate and Holiday Inn ... perfect. I loved your version Elizabeth, I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving xxx
Anonymous said…
I couldn't see the videos but love the included lyrics ... We really do have so much for which to be thankful. Thanks for the constant reminder...
Michael Manning said…
Very nice of you to share. Hope your Thanksgiving was extra nice! :)
Busy Bee Suz said…
What a fun, upbeat tune this is!! Made my day!!!
Rick said…
Two thumbs up, Elizabeth - I love your happy, jaunty version !

I trust your Thanksgiving was a happy one, and will continue to be celebrated throughout the year.

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