Señor Don Gato – We Meet Again!
By Aunt_HeatherPiper on June 21, 2013
Music is what feelings sound like. ~Author Unknown
During our most recent adventure to Parker Dam Home Away From Home - Parker Dam, I was reintroduced to an old friend, Señor Don Gato. Who is this foreigner who seems like he would be friends with Zorro? He was a childhood friend who I introduced to Kyle years ago.
How did Señor Don Gato make it to Parker Dam? No one knows, but while we were splashing around in the Parker Dam creek, he came out of nowhere to make our fun even more enjoyable.
Seems like every time we go to Parker Dam, we head down to the creek, which is the overflow of water straight from Parker Lake itself. We take the dogs there to splash around and stretch out their legs, not to mention Kyle and I enjoy the cold wet fun too. While spending this past weekend at Parker Dam, on Saturday we participated in our side activity, just like from trips before, except my sister joined us. As we trudged through the rocky cold water, looking for rocks or trying to make a new discovery, Kyle busted out in tune. Can you guess? Yes! Señor Don Gato!
Being in a little bit of shock, since I don't remember the last time I heard Kyle singing that song, let alone thinking he remembered it, I listened to him stumble over the words for a moment. Eventually, I joined in and we went off on our adventure like a couple of hobbits singing and experiencing the surrounding nature.
You see Señor Don Gato was a song we sang in elementary school, Sacred Heart. Me, being a lover of all things cats, I loved the song instantly! I remember sitting on the floor in the classroom having music class with Miss Casper and going over the lyrics. Keep in mind this was the first time I had ever heard of Señor Don Gato, so I really didn't know how the story ended. When we got to the part when he died, I started to shed a few tears for poor old Señor Don Gato. My heart was broken. Then, as we continued reading the lyrics, I was so happy for Señor Don Gato. Literally, I fell that deeply into this song. I believe it made our spring musical one year, although I can't remember which classroom had the honor of singing it.
It was one of the few non religious songs we sang. Not that I didn't enjoy the other tunes, but something about Señor Don Gato really captured me. It was as if...
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