Hopelessly corny

I was channel surfing on the boob tube and came accross a TV special on the local public station. It was on folk music hosted by the Smothers Brothers. I watched it for a while, it wasn't too bad. Suddenly I had a flashback to the early 70's when I was a young teenager. I used to watch Lawrence Welk in my grandmother's room on Sunday nights. She loved it, while us kids would snicker behind her back and think the show was hopelessly corny. Well, as I'm watching this folk music special, seeing all the greyhairs singing along with the music, it struck me that I'm not much younger than those people (47 years young). Am I becoming my grandparents? Is the music I like hopelessly corny and now played in elevators? BTW, I posted this subject in AA also--curious to see the difference in responses.
I take comfort in knowing that even the hippest of the Rap Hip Hop and Grunge of today will be the Corny Golden Oldies of tomorrow. It's payback for the way you treat your elders.
I think that when it comes to music, you tend to love what you grew up with or enjoyed while still relatively young. But if that's true, I'm glad I won't be around to see a bunch of old geezers groovin' to some raunchy rap or hip-hop...