Two music videos come to my mind at the moment:
British India - I Can Make You Love Me - there's a guy dressed in a bull-like costume, though it's not blue. He's drinking, riding around and in the end comes back home.
Hudson and Troop - Frameless - there's a depressed guy in a blue, furry bull-like monster costume, smoking and wandering around the city
I find the following simple, straightforward, and very appealing (list first, videos follow)
Anette Kruse: solo voice, self-accompanied with light guitar
Danish National Radio Choir: uncluttered arrangement, nicely harmonized
Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (bass) with Oscar Peterson (piano): straightforward statement, nothing flashy
Scott Hamilton Quartet [...
What strikes me as most distinctive here is not the melody, but the structure, with the second half of the line repeated three times in total, and then a refrain. And the song that reminds me of is "This is the Way We Brush Our Teeth":
It's also the structure for "The Wheels on the Bus"
This is The Last Spring from Two Elegiac Melodies, Op.34 by Edvard Grieg completed in 1880 and first published in 1881.
The music is in G major. There are two verses: in both the melody is played by the first violins...