I have had that song stuck in my head for about 3 days.
On Monday -- despite feeling horrible and coughing my head off -- I took my middle daughter to see the Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus 3-D Concert Movie (with guest appearance by the Jonas Bros.).
I have to say (even in my Day-Quil-induced semi-conscious state) that I really enjoyed it!
I was just talking to my very good friend, Shawn, and we were remembering back... we didn't have any *positive* secular music influences when we were kids. I mean, there was good music, but it was a choice between adult disco or rock, kiddie music (think soundtrack to Mary Poppins), Gospel, or
I LOVE that my kids have Miley Cyrus & the Jonas Brothers to listen to in addition to Hillsong and Sara Groves and Tammy Trent.
I don't WANT my kids to know who Britney Spears or the Pussycat Dolls are.
It's not like I'm depriving them of exposure to great music or anything... LOL
Of course, I grew up listening to Pat Benetar, Jethro Tull, The Moody Blues, Queen, Pink Floyd, The Carpenters, and Peter Frampton.
Later, I graduated to the likes of U2, Boston, Kansas, R.E.M., (pre-freak)Michael Jackson and R.E.O. Speedwagon.
But none of those are really suitable for the pre-teen set, so it's nice to know my kids have something to listen to that doesn't include words like, "Aqualung." (no offense)
All in all, I thought it was a pretty cute concert/movie -- and certainly MUCH better than having to endure the crowd and noise of the real thing -- but I'll admit I'm more jazzed about the preview for the upcoming U2-3D concert movie, set for wide release in IMAX theaters on February 15th!