Because today is Baby Day (who makes these days up?), our Sunday Scribblings prompt for this week is Baby. If you decide to write a post based on this week’s prompt, be sure to go back here and share your link so everyone can see how you interpreted things! Here’s what I did with it…
Anyone else notice how often the word “baby” is used in songs?
It’s a lot.
Sometimes it feels like, if the lyricist couldn’t think of anything else clever to say, they just threw in a few babies just to fill in the blanks.
I think the word’s use may be more prominent in my mind than it is in reality. I did a quick search and it turns out the only decade where “baby” was the most used word in music was the 1960s. But just because it doesn’t necessarily crack the top five in later decades doesn’t mean it isn’t overused, right?
Am I the only one who hears it? That’s possible.
Though, to be fair, I don’t listen to a lot of modern music. There are only a handful of artists who are popular today that I actually want to hear. Most music today is noise… in my opinion.
I know… I’m old.
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