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“Drawing” the 80′s
“Drawing” the 80′s

Do you LOVE 80′s music like we do (as Jen says, “YAY-ties!”)?  Do you love kids’ art?

Boy, do we have a blog for you!

Check out “Drawn to the ’80s”…where a mom posts pictures drawn by her five-year-old son based on the titles of ’80s songs.

She says “We put on some music and sit at the kitchen table.  He always asks me the song title, and when I tell him he’ll usually giggle and shake his head, then he gets down to business.”

So far, he’s done 15 songs, including  “(I Just) Died in Your Arms” by Cutting Crew“Eyes Without a Face” by Billy Idol,“Purple Rain” by Prince“Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor, and “Pour Some Sugar on Me” by Def Leppard.

You’ve GOTTA check out his masterpiece…Van Halen’s “Hot for Teacher”.

Now why didn’t WE think of this?

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