Please Check My Blog with Wilbur Sargunaraj

Since I started blogging I sometimes hear that I spend too much time on the computer blogging. Even though I spend some time on Goodreads, it seems to be all lumped together as my family’s favorite term “Blogging.” It’s become a common joke around the house and last night they decided to get online and search for a blog song that they could sing to me. Funny right?

It just so happens that the first thing they found was a video by Wilbur Sargunaraj called “The Blog Song.” It was first published on YouTube in 2007, so many of you are probably already aware of it. I’m sort of a dinosaur when it comes to being caught up with online content obviously!

Here’s the video:

The Blog Song

Lyrics:

It’s a place where I share my pictures and thoughts
It’s a place where I like to go lots and lots
It’s a place where many people have some fun
It’s a place where we tell the world of what we have done!

Please check my blog (8 times)

It’s a place where you can write philosophy
It’s a place where you can learn all about me
There are so many funny videos
But why we laugh at them nobody knows!

Please check my blog (8 times)

1,2,3,4….

If you want a blog we can get you one
You will be on computers having so much fun
But there is one little phrase that the blogger should know
Send it to your friends and here is how it goes!

Please check my blog (8 times)…


I really like the song and we danced around the house singing it for a while. What’s even more interesting is that Wilbur Sargunaraj actually has his own blog and it turns out he’s India’s first YouTube sensation! You can check out his blog by clicking this link:

http://pleasecheckmyblog.blogspot.com/

So after reading a bit on his blog I became very interested and see that he’s done some amazing interviews. He’s a music artist as well. Check out these links:

Wilbur on Amazon Click HERE

Blogging = Learning

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