Slow Down, You Move Too Fast

“Slow down, you move too fast; you got to make the morning last.” Some of you may recognize those words from the 1960s hit song by Simon and Garfunkel formally entitled “The 59th Street Bridge Song” but popularly known as the “Feelin’ Groovy” song. It is a cheerful ditty which reminds us that in the everyday rush of life, we have to save time to slow down and enjoy the trip. There are various interpretations of how and why Simon …


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6 comments on “Slow Down, You Move Too Fast

  1. Jan Fulbright on said:

    cool dude!

    • Kathy Kaufman on said:

      It was a good time in my life as well and a great song to remind ourselves to make the morning last….!

  2. Jill Korsok on said:

    Now that’s a good way to start the weekend!

  3. Dan Downey on said:

    Thanks for helping us to slow down and think – nice story.

  4. Gloria De La Cruz-Sandoval on said:

    Weekend’s almost over and all is groovy!

  5. Billy Moore on said:

    I too grew up in the 60′s. That song has had the same impact on me before. Great point you make. Sometimes we just have too kick back and enjoy the music, the trees, the clouds and feel groovy.

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