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A Little Musical in All of Us

This may tickle me way more than others, but I simply adore the creative and human spirit that runs rampant in this video clip. Just to be one of those people going about their daily lives and then have the world bust out into song around you… what a thrill! How fantastic!

And I do realize that I already live my life like it was a musical, creating a soundtrack for every single day from the time I wake up till the time I go to sleep, and even in my sleep these days. And I also realize that these “happenings” are occurring many times over with little change in the overall concept. But every time I see one, I’m filled with the belief that anything is possible.

Watch to the bitter end, when everyone runs into the center, and tell me that a little tingle doesn’t run down your spine and a piece of you wishes you were one of those dancers making the everyday somehow extraordinary…

4 thoughts on “A Little Musical in All of Us”

  1. Hawkes Klein says:

    I saw this yesterday! I love it! I totally want to be a part of this sometime!

    I heard rumors of a Sound of Music sing-a-long that they do in theaters sometimes! Sounds SO FUN.

    love! I just bought the Easter Parade soundtrack so I can just have it on my ipod instead of in my head all the time!

  2. Hawkes Klein says:

    I saw this yesterday! I love it! I totally want to be a part of this sometime!

    I heard rumors of a Sound of Music sing-a-long that they do in theaters sometimes! Sounds SO FUN.

    love! I just bought the Easter Parade soundtrack so I can just have it on my ipod instead of in my head all the time!

  3. Juan Carlos Pineiro Escoriaza says:

    I love this style of events that are completely impromptu, and I do really like musicals. Unlike my brother – who I do recall enjoying them when he was younger…

    The one thing that’s missing from this whole thing though is a protagonist from the audience. The real trick would be (just like in ever disney movie) to have the main character of this whole thing actually not know there is going to be a dance number, but everyone else be so good they can make this confused person look right in all of it.

    Logically, every character in a Disney epic must be rehearsing all the time so that when the protagonist comes along they can make it work for them. The most unbelievable part then is the fact that usually the main character walks off without saying ‘Thank you’ to all those people that worked so hard to make that moment happen!

    My other favorite train station moment is below:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwMj3PJDxuo

  4. Juan Carlos Pineiro Escoriaza says:

    I love this style of events that are completely impromptu, and I do really like musicals. Unlike my brother – who I do recall enjoying them when he was younger…

    The one thing that’s missing from this whole thing though is a protagonist from the audience. The real trick would be (just like in ever disney movie) to have the main character of this whole thing actually not know there is going to be a dance number, but everyone else be so good they can make this confused person look right in all of it.

    Logically, every character in a Disney epic must be rehearsing all the time so that when the protagonist comes along they can make it work for them. The most unbelievable part then is the fact that usually the main character walks off without saying ‘Thank you’ to all those people that worked so hard to make that moment happen!

    My other favorite train station moment is below:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwMj3PJDxuo

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