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How strange - my mum used to do exactly the same. She swore she didnt do it on purpose and that often the only way she realised what she was doing was when she noticed other people around giving her odd looks, so she had to stop and think "what am I singing and why?". It seemed to be a subconscious association of ideas. Ive never met anyone else who did this.she'd often match her song to where we were or what we were doing. e.g. whilst driving through Chapel-en-le-Frith she'd sing, 'Going to the Chapel...' and seeing waterlilies on a pond she's burst into, 'We'll drink a-drink a-drink, to Lily the Pink a-pink a-pink...!' etc. My daughter used to joke that Gran had a song for every occasion
its more like therapy but anything that helps them feeling better about themselves is good. anything is better than nothing especially as vascular dementia which has no meds to slow it down. the pleasure my husband gets from music is priceless but now it has been proven scientifically to be beneficial.It annoyed me. It's hardly a treatment is it?