John Walradt

John Walradt

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Folk - Rock | Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Total Song Plays: 491   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: 11/28/2020

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Song Description

The sights and sounds of an idyllic sunny Sunday in the park: the grass on your bare feet, children playing tag, and anticipating meeting up with your friend to share the afternoon.

Story Behind the Song

While asleep, I dreamt I was in a park listening to a new hit, "Sunny Sunday," on the radio When I awoke, I was still humming the song and realized I had come up with the melody.

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Here's a sweet, loving, childlike song that makes the listener smile and feel a good feeling. I really like the chord progression. It's rather unique and adds an interesting element to the song. Background keys add a nice touch to this song and the guitar harmonics at the end are sure to please. Instrumental with "da da da" is cute and pleasant to listen to. Lyrics are sweet, simple and easy to understand. This appears to be a home recording, but it's adequate for communicating the carefree atmosphere the songwriter strives to create.

    - Kate Carpenter

Sunday, sunny Sunday
Lazy Sunday afternoon
Sunday, sunny Sunday
Playing a breezy summer tune.

Kick your shoes off for awhile
Lay back and listen to the trees
You can find a whole new outlook
‘Cause there’s so much to believe.

Sunday, sunny Sunday
Free and playful as a child
Hugging with gentle feelings
Running through a field, young and wild.

Have you ever heard the sunshine
Ask you to come and play awhile?
That’s what happens when I’m with you
I can see it in your smile.

Children play tag in the field
Grandpa joins in their fun
Together, friends are walking hand-in-hand
A quiet moment for someone.

Sunday, sunny Sunday
The wind and the sunshine always knew
I’m so glad I found you
And I’ll see you real soon.
On this afternoon, on this afternoon,
On this afternoon.

Song Length
Unique - Children, Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Tempo Undefined
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Cheerful, Affable

Subject Matter
Happiness, Friend

Similar Artists
John Denver, Spanky and Our Gang
1970 - 1979

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