Eek! My theme this week is goofy!
Luckily it's easy to explain: I am playing songs that feature one or some of these phrases:
Here I come. Here you come. Here he comes. Here she comes. Here it comes. Here we come. Here they come.
That's all. There are lots of songs with that phrase because it's a common phrase we use in English.
(Although I won't play this song, since I played it during my "hiding" show earlier this week. I hope no one minds.)
Self Help Radio is not shackled nor trapped by the conventions of other radio shows that require their "themes" to be solid things, like the intestines or pellets or clubhouses or cheese. We attempt to expand the very idea of ideas. Everything can be a theme, especially those things that are least thematic. So we can have a phrase as a theme. Why not? It's not like there's a body out there that can tell me what I can & can't play on the radio.
Wait, I've just been informed there is such a body & it's called the FCC. But as long as my themes aren't poo, pee or graphic sex (such as sex involving poo or pee), I'm safe. Which means I won't be doing that show about hot karls any time soon. Rats. & there was this great Pat Boone song I wanted to play!
Self Help Radio is as free as any radio show can be, within the limits of the law. & maybe my own narrow world view. Oh, & within the bounds of music I deem as good. & then in the subset of music that I own. That I can remember I have when thinking about a theme. In time for the show.
As for this week's show - on Friday, here it comes!