Theme Songs: Puebla Mexico

Theme songs are an important part of life for me because I absolutly adore music. I am constanlty huming a tune or singing a song in my head. If it ever looks like I am thinking deeply about something what I am probally doing is singing a song in my head. I have certain theme songs for certain times in my life, trips, or even certain days. For some reason Puebla has left me with a couple of theme songs.

Theme song numero uno:

"why most the children play in the street?

broken arms can fade the dreams

peace on earth to everyone that you meet

don't you worry? it could be so sweet

just after a rainbow you will see,

the summer shine till the eternity

I've got so much love in my heart

no one can tear the bond

be the love generation

be the love generation"

-Love Generation, Bob Sinclair

Theme song numero dos:

"Come up to meet you

tell you i'm sorry

You don't know how lovely you are

I had to find you

tell you I need you

tell you I set you apart

Tell me your secrets

and nurse me your questions

Oh let's go back to the start


Questions of science

Science and progress

Do not speak as loud as my heart"

-The Scientist, Coldplay

Theme song numero tres:

Look at this stuff

Isn't it neat?

Wouldn't you think my collection's complete?

Wouldn't you think I'm the girl

The girl who has everything?

Look at this trove

Treasures untold

How many wonders can one cavern hold?

Looking around here you think

Sure, she's got everything


But who cares?

No big deal

I want more


When's it my turn?

Wouldn't I love, love to explore that shore up above?

Out of the sea

Wish I could be

Part of that world"

-Part of your World, The Little Mermaid

Theme song numero cuatro:

"Well I think it's fine, building jumbo planes.

Or taking a ride on a cosmic train.

Switch on summer from a slot machine.

Get what you want to if you want, 'cause you can get anything.

I know we've come a long way,

We're changing day to day,

But tell me, where do the children play?"

Where do the Children Play, sung by Jack Johnson but a Cat Stevens Original

So those are my four theme songs from Puebla. And all of them really touch my heart in such special ways.