32 Days of Music

In an effort to get into the blogging habit again and to make posts to other areas besides the crafty one, I decided to do another ‘blogging’ challenge. This time I’m focusing it on music. I took two different lists and compiled them into one list of the things I think I might ‘actually’ do…


I’m technically not going to start until tomorrow, though. Today’s entry is going to be a quick music shuffle (remember those). First 10 songs that come up in iTunes and what I feel about them. I will be skipping any holiday songs or songs the kids have put on my computer that I wouldn’t normally listen to because…they are all pretty much annoying.

I LOVE this song. It really makes me think and feel all the emotions. Plus, I like songs that kind of tell a story. I think it’s a song a lot of people can relate to.

This is one song that came out shortly after my high school years, so I had many boys come to mind every time I heard this song. And of course I liked it. Plus it has a catchy chorus which is always a bonus.

#3. IT’S OVER – Matthew Morrison
Kind of a depressing song, but any kind of break-up song is. Not really one of my favorite songs by him, but I can listen to it.

#4. EASY MONEY – Karmin
Tanis introduced me to this group and there’s only a handful of songs I really enjoy. This is one of them. It’s just fun and has a beat that gets you moving. And the song this album is on is called Leo Rising and each song is bases on a sign of the Zodiac. This song is for all the Aquarius out there.

I first heard this song on the movie, The Book of Life. It’s a song I loved from the first listen. But I’ve always been a bit of a romantic. And I absolutely love the lyrics.

#6. BREAKAWAY – Kelly Clarkson
I liked it when it first came out, but it got so overplayed. I’m now over it and pretty much skip over it every time it plays.

#7. I’LL STAND BY YOU – The Pretenders
Love everything about this song. Music, lyrics, emotion, honesty…all of it.

#8. LET’S HEAR IT FOR THE BOY– Deniece Williams
I heard this song when I was a young girl, so it was everything a teenage girl dreamed of. And I ended up finding a guy just like she’s describing. HAHAHA.

#9. DAWN – Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
An old song. I blame my parents for introducing me to Frankie Valli. Some songs I like more than others. This one is just kinda blah. Don’t have strong feelings for it one way or the other.

#10. NOW AND FOREVER – Carole King
I blame A League of Their Own for this one. I was a teenager when I first saw the movie, so lots of emotion. Through the years I’ve associated this song with a few different people. Still like this song and the lyrics.

And with that, we begin and end with baseball. Not bad. Come back tomorrow for the first day of the music challenge.


One Comment on “32 Days of Music

  1. Pingback: Day 14: 1998 | This Is Us

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