Here’s something I do, do, do in therapy sessions: remind people they do, do, do not have to do, do, do in order to be worthy, worthwhile, worthy-of-love human beings.
I do, do, do this, too: I remind those people who do, do, do all the time that we are
and it’s okay to just be, be, be.
Do, do, do you believe that I heard this song yesterday, which I do, I do, I do love?
Stevie Wonder does, does, does what he can do, do, do better than anybody, and in that YouYouYouTube video he is singing “Do I Do” live, in London.
I do, do, do assume there will be lots to do, do, do soon, soon, soon, north of London, when my son and I do, do, do Edinburgh’s Festival Fringe for the third year in a row, row, row.
Do, do, do you assume, dear, dear, dear readers, that I do, do, do intend to show, show, show another song, now?
I do, do, do love Michael McDonald too, too, too, and three Michael McDonalds do, do, do “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”!
Do, do, do tell.
Do, do, do you know that I am very, very, very grateful to Stevie Wonder, to Jimmy Fallon, to Justin Timberlake, to Michael McDonald, and to you, you, you?