This Cartoon Theme Remake Reminds Us That Arthur Is The Hero/Aardvark We Need Right Now. (He Is An Aardvark Right?)

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In case you missed, Late Show host, Stephen Colbert got Ziggy Marley, Chance The Rapper and Jon Batiste to remake this timely anthem for humanity.

and sure you might dismiss a sweet little cartoon mouse-vark in a yellow sweater and high-waisted pants but Arthur‘s theme song is incredibly on point!

Everyday when you’re walking down the street, everybody that you meet
Has an original point of view
And I say HEY! hey! what a wonderful kind of day!
Where you can learn to work and play
And get along with each other

You got to listen to your heart
Listen to the beat
Listen to the rhythm, the rhythm of the street
Open up your eyes, open up your ears
Get together and make things better by working together
It’s a simple message and it comes from the heart
Believe in yourself (echo: believe in yourself)
Well that’s the place to start (to start)

And I say HEY! hey! what a wonderful kind of day!
Where you learn to work and play
And get along with each other

And I say HEY! hey! what a wonderful kind of day!
Where you learn to work and play
And get along with each other

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Waffle House Jukebox Finally Recognized As Music Award Equal Thanks To Stephen Colbert & Sturgill Simpson.


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If you’re an up and coming artist, the Stephen Colbert/Sturgill Simpson collab “No Shirt, No Shoes, No Knuckleheads” will make you reevaluate any/all priorities.

Sure you can win a Grammy or a Moonman, but is your song good enough for a Waffle House jukebox?

Btw if you’re down with alt country, I highly recommend Sturgill Simpson’s new album, A Sailor’s Guide to Earth.

Sturgill wrote it for his son and you don’t have to be Sturgill’s son to fall in love it…It’s a tasty combo platter of country and soul, smothered in wisdom and a Nirvana cover to boot. Check it out and let me know what you think.

“Call To Arms” is an instant fav! Dare you not to…

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