So without further ado, please allow me to present to you:
Thirteen Songs I Forgot I Enjoyed!
The giddy joy of the British Invasion sound? Yes, please! Thank you!
I've loved this song since I was a teenager (in the '80s, thank you). I just...do.
Her cover of this classic, soulful song is a classic itself.
Bitterness, brokeness, pure despair put to music. A song about what happens when you get what you wanted, but didn't really quite think it through to begin with.
For everyone who has ever tried to share their feelings with someone they loved, and found simple words inadequate.
Creepy. Icky. Fascinating.
I like the goofiness of it. So sue me.
Another one I've loved since high school (I was a big fan of '60s music during the '80s). Trippy. And it blew my husband's mind to learn this was the same band (moreso that it was the same singer) to record "We Built This City" and "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" nearly twenty years later.
I saw them in concert (supporting the Monkees) in the '80s. They were still darned good, too. I played this song until the tape I'd made broke.
I'm pretty sure this is the only song by Oasis that I genuinely like. (I was more a Pulp fan, after the whole BritPop thing had concluded. During it, I was more a Blur fan. I still prefer Pulp and Blur - but mostly Pulp. I could do a whole list of favorite Pulp songs.)
Rockin' it old school with Reggie.
My husband had never heard this song before. I amended that as soon as I could.
Just turn it up and enjoy.
And there you go: for better or worse, 13 Songs I Forgot I Enjoy!
Are any of these on your mixtapes or MP3 players?
Will you put 'em on there now?
I promised an extra piece of eye candy last week since I didn't share any after my interview with Robb Grindstaff.
So, naturally, I've done my best to follow through.
As you surely know by now...
I always do my best to keep my promises.