Song of the Week: “Bluebird”

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Once upon a time, slugs and bugs weren’t capitalized and Randall Goodgame was a solo artist with sweet, irresistible releases like his Bluebird EP. He’s found a home writing hilarious and compelling songs for children and families these days, but we still enjoy going back a few years to listen to Randall-the-serious-songwriter now and then. If you’ve never heard Randall’s work, then this title track from Bluebird will serve as a perfect entry point.

“Bluebird”
by Randall Goodgame
from the album Bluebird


10 Comments

  1. April Pickle

    What David and Laura said. It’s perfect for driving down long country roads. Just watch your speed.

  2. Jaclyn

    Been said, but still true – This is one of my all-time favorite songs, from one of my all-time favorite musicians! I owe J. Gray big time for recommending him to me.

  3. Brent

    My family love this song and the EP, which we refer to as Bloover because that was how my (*sigh*, then little) daughter pronounced it. “Daddy, play Bloover!”

    In addition to the title track, I really enjoy “All These Years” and “Jubilee”. Love “California” and this line gets me every time: “Filled with love only to deny it/The girls who went away they came back quiet”.

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