Music Monday: The Deep Dark Woods - Sugar Mama
Start your day and start your week with a positive message. Move, groove, and let a positive beat lift you up and get you in a good head space for a good week.
July 1 is Canada Day, and while Canada was around a whole lot longer than the 150 years since colonization this time of year causes me to take pause and be grateful to be Canadian. My own heritage is a mix of Italian, Norwegian, Scottish, Irish, Mi'kmaq, and German, My ancestors came from all over including the East Coast of Canada, and I love being the product of so much love from different areas.
I specifically chose this song because it is from a wonderful Canadian group, The Deep Dark Woods. It's a Blues Song which still feels upbeat, and I love a good paradox in action so obviously I love this song. And it's also how I feel about Canada Day: a lot of love for my country, and some sadness for my First Nations ancestors and their brothers and sisters who never asked or wanted to be colonised.
What does this song bring up for you? What does Canada Day mean to you? I'd love to hear how it resonated with you in the comments below. If you have a song you'd like featured on Music Mondays send me the link on my contact page.
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