LOVE this, Helen! i haven't heard that song in ages and your poem is perfection!fabulous image, too!thanks so much for joining in at Poetry Jam!♥dani
I hope you have plenty of Bossa Nova in your life!
Enjoyed reading through this :-)
haha nice..you def got the rhythm helen....smiles....
I can really feel the rhythm in this, Helen! Ooh - la - la!
They do have some very sexy Latin dances and ... moves too, don't they. :)Very nice Helen.
I love it! Smooth as silk!
Smooth, like Santana!!!
Nice! You've got me bee-bopping in my chair! ;)
My father adored Ol' Blue Eyes performing the vocal version! I do love a surprise bit of music at the end of a post, and this one was particularly pleasing!
Lovely and impassioned poem, darling!xoxox,CCP.S. My hair is color-treated blonde and the dye definitely didn't wash out in one washing as promised; will have to remember your Prell solution ~ thanks!
Sexy and soft, just the way I like it.I might not be religious but I thank God for Jobim!
Ah ... yes. He was a genius.
I miss dancing to this music ~ Thanks for the dance and song ~
Music, song, dance--"a-a-ah!"
I love music with a Brazilian beat!
What fun, Helen, I really enjoyed this! :)
Great job capturing the bossa nova beat! Makes me want to go dancing!
It made my day slightly warmer :) Maybe this summer wasn't such a washout after all ... Many thanks.Also, I'm going to have the Girl from Ipanema stuck in my head all day!
Sensual and seductive! ooh la la ;)