What’s the first thing that pops into your mind….

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What’s the very first thing that pops into your mind when you hear this song.  The song is: Carry On My Wayward Son by Kansas.

I want to know the very first thing this makes you think of. 

If you’re like me, my wife, our friend Katrina Moody and millions of others out there, this song will always conjure of something very particular. 

Please share below. 

This is a lyrics video to the song so that you’re not influenced by picture or video. 🙂

Can’t wait to see what this makes you think of.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOhvX9JQ_WI&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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dnjsposse

It’s fun how everyone interprets things differently. Never seen the show. I don’t get to watch much TV around here being a single mom with two ASD teens.

lostandtired

AMDuser dnjsposse do any of you watch Supernatural? That’s what I was going for.  🙂  Everyone has posted these profound, meaningful responses and here I am saying this song reminds me of a TV series.  🙂

dnjsposse

This song speaks to me personally every time i hear it. Being a gypsy before I was an autism mom x 2, It tells me to keep moving forward, never giving up, that their will be peace at the end of the journey. That it’s a tough road, that part I know. In the end it reminds me of hope. and never giving up !

AMDuser

For that song the things that pop into my head the South Park, Guitar Hero, also to press on. When I analyze the words and in the title as my minds uses I think of a father calming his kid as the kid drifts off to sleep and to dream

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