Last night I went to bed thinking deep, important thoughts, as I am wont to do. This morning I awoke with the song After Today from the "Goofy Movie" in my head. (Like my iPod's stuck on replay)
It is still there. I'm hoping that maybe something of the 80's channel can displace it as I drive to work. Don't get me wrong, there are a lot more unpleasant songs that can get stuck. (Hey There Delilah, anyone?)
Personally, I love the Goofy Movie. My EC and I took the FOMLs to see it back in '95 when it first came out. (Not a lot of people saw it - it was sandwiched somewhere between Pocahontas (boo) and Toy Story (yea!)). Yes, unlike most of you, I saw it as a parent - not as a child.
I was a wee bit reluctant, but with movie theater popcorn and large amounts of fizzy caffeine, I will sit through just about anything. Turns out that the Goofy Movie was one of the most pleasant surprises I have had in a movie theater.
Great Father/Son road adventure, with interesting relationship issues, and of course, Powerline.
Here's the song stuck in my head:
Goofy: You look just like I did at your age.
Max: Please don't say that, Dad.
I don't know why my sub-conscious picked that particular song to be my soundtrack this morning. My best guess is that the Spirit is trying to encourage me to go on a road trip. Lester's Possum Park anyone?