My favorite season of the year is summer because it is the perfect time to visit the beach. Above all, it’s the ideal time to have that beautiful sun kissed tan. My favorite part of summer is that I can go surfin’, beach volleyball, and scuba diving too. Well, Sheryl Crow reminded me of all those things in her song “Soak Up The Sun.”

It’s not just the activities that are memorable though; it is the memories that you will create with the people nearest to your heart.

“Rose to Fame”

Sheryl Suzanne Crow is an Actress and a singer-songwriter, just like other artists, Crow also had a humble beginning. Indeed, she was one of the backup singers with the biggest names in the music industry, one of them is the “King of Pop” himself, Michael Jackson.

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Crow had some ups and downs trying to earn her spot in the Music Industry, until, “All I Wanna Do” became a slam hit. With that, she released two more singles that reached the charts; “Strong Enough” charting at No. 5 on Billboard and “Can’t Cry Anymore” hitting no. 40. Her perseverance and hard work paid off when she won three Grammy Awards in 1995. Thus, she also widened her horizon as an actress and appeared on some TV Shows.

“The Summer Vibe”

“Soak Up the Sun” was recorded by Crow, and it was released in 2002. The song was favored by the masses because it hit no. 1 on Billboard Adult Top 40, no. Five on Hot Adult Contemporary and no. 17 on the Hot 100. In addition, the Music Video gives such a light vibe, because it featured having a happy life and taking everything easily without any stress.

Above all, let us not stress ourselves with the things that are happening around us. There’s a lot of things you can do to be happy, just like the music video. Remember, you only live once, so you need to go out and enjoy the things that life has to offer.

“Slow down and enjoy life. It’s not only the scenery you miss by going to fast – you also miss the sense of where you are going and why” -Eddie Cantor

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