Morning Commute (Pretty sure I could be either driver; < 24 Sec)

VOLUME UP!

VOLUME UP!

Good times never seemed so good!


Comments

  1. Amazing. I loved it. Thank you dear David, Have a nice day, Love, nia

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  2. Thrilling way to start the day!!

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  3. Hahaaaa… Great advertising, David… Yep; I too could be either one!
    Isn’t that what the car’s for? 😉 😉

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  4. Ha! Not sure if singing loudly makes anyone a better driver, but definitely more fun 😎👍

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  5. This commercial is popular and I think you are the one with the better voice in the red Sonata. I drive a Sonata, great car, but, it doesn’t make me sing. ☺☺☺

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  6. so good. i’ve been ‘caught’ signing at lights many times )

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  7. So good! This happened to me while singing Tenth Avenue Freeze Out. Guy next to me was listening to the same station, looked over and picked up the song too.

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  8. Anonymous says:

    So good, so good, so good…..

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  9. So good, so good, so good…..

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  10. I’ve been known to practice my singing exercises in the car, but usually with the windows closed!

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  11. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    This is sure a ‘mood lifter’ … very much needed! 🤣

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  12. Love anything that interjects smiles into a commute, pal. Made me think of this video I saw a while back…love how a change in attitude can dissipate tension. https://youtu.be/N34PFlU8xtY

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  13. Goofy, but fun!

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  14. Love that ad…makes me want to sing!

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  15. Ha! I would do that! ♡
    Diana xo

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  16. Christie says:

    Now, Dave we know you’d be singing, “Uptown Funk”…or going back some years, “Rocket Man” either song would propel you… with a Nitro Blast. to your BMW gas petal 🙂

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  17. Esam played this over and over. He’s a Niel Diamond fan.
    And I saw the sweetest thing on the way home today. An older gentleman in his car. I looked to my left at the traffic light. He was tired, his car looked tired. He pulled a three foot long baguette and took a bite, then another bite.
    Now, I was dizzy because I hardly slept last night, tire and starving and all I could think of was baguette.
    So, yes, fresh baguette for dinner and butter and cheese and tea.

    Oh, and Niel Diamond.

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  18. I am a cranker-upper — especially if I know the words and its a poppy song. Go for it! Sing those songs!!

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  19. I love this ad (Sweet Carolann and all that 😉 and I love the comments!

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  20. Only if you are a Red Sox fan!
    -Alan

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