Sometimes, we look for happiness but do you know that happiness is spending time with the people around you? Most of us keep on looking for it in different places but it’s just in front of us. Sometimes, we are so distracted by different things that we forget to realize this.
When was the last time you spent wonderful things with your loved ones? With your family? friends? Or with your life partner? Build happy memories with them, because they will not be there forever. A time well spent is always priceless. Hence, go and act before it’s too late. I hope that you are familiar with the hit “Sweet Caroline” from Neil Diamond. For me, this is a good example of a time well spent with loved ones.
A Little bit Me, A Little bit You
This artist is considered one of the best-selling musicians of all time. Also, he pushed 38 songs to stay in the top ten of the Billboard Adult Contemporary. Due to his charisma, he was able to sell more than 100 million records worldwide. I’m referring to the person behind the hits “Song, Song Blue” and “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” It’s Neil Diamond who is also included in the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In addition, Diamond encompasses a lot of genre which made him included in the Rock and Roll hall of Fame.
The Trending Hit of the 60’s
This hit talks about being happy with the person you love and the emotions that you feel when you are around them. Moreover, the song became a sensational hit not only in the U.S. but also overseas. I hope that you still remember “Sweet Caroline” from Neil Diamond which was released in 1969.
Let’s go ahead and enjoy this masterpiece from the past.
rock and roll hall of fame, Sweet Caroline
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