Let the good times roll... Let them knock you around.
Let the good times roll... Let them make you a clown.
Let them leave you up in the air,
Let them brush your rock and roll hair...
That song was running through my head today. I'm a sucker for that era and genre of music. It makes me feel good. It makes me feel happy, uplifted!
So when a song like that is running through my head, I'm pretty much in a good state of mind. :)
(And OMG... the production is amazing. LISTEN. No wonder... The producer was Roy Thomas Baker who also produced five of Queen's albums... just a little tidbit of trivia.)
By the way, the song by The Cars is titled, "Good Times Roll," but there are, of course, a number of songs titled, "Let the Good Times Roll." Let's see what Wikipedia has to say about that:
Let the Good Times Roll may refer to:
- "Let the Good Times Roll" (Shirley and Lee song), a 1956 song by Shirley and Lee
- "Let the Good Times Roll" (Louis Jordan song), a 1946 song by Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five
- Let the Good Times Roll (album), a 1999 album by B.B. King
- "Good Times Roll", 1978 song by The Cars
- "Good Times Roll", a parody of "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" from The Rutles soundtrack
- "Good Times" (Sam Cooke song), also known as "Let the Good Times Roll"
- "Come On" (Earl King song), also known as "Let the Good Times Roll"
- Let the Good Times Roll (film), a 1973 film featuring Bill Haley and the Comets, Chuck Berry and others
- "Let the Good Times Roll", a two-song single by Swedish indie pop band My darling YOU!
So there's that...