“Hoodie-Footie Valentine”

Did I mention that working at Vermont Teddy Bear Company (i.e., PajamaGram) was a wonderful excuse for coming up with songs?

Here’s one that I put some time into getting to sound the way I wanted. However, I didn’t have time to do a “proper” video, so the twirling circle of Hoodie-Foodie women was the best I could do. I am rather fond of the tune, though. Hall and Oates were primary musical inspirations with Gerry Rafferty’s “Baker Street” in mind during the bridge. Let the ersatz ’70s soft-rock balladry float you away.


“Hoodie-Footie Valentine” — 4 Comments

  1. I’m supposed to be working right now, but I’ve sufficiently floated away to the point that my efforts are futile. I want to live in the world of ’70s soft-rock balladry forever. Seriously. No matter what a bad rap it might get, that sound always resonates with me. Nice job Nato.

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