Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Silly Me and my prefered 7 songs

I am so sorry Marlz, me and my stupid dazed brain must have missread a whole lot from ur post and i really hope i am forgiven. Oh my goodness.....silly me, i was victimised to do something that Marlz was victimised for and i aint gonna victimise anyone, sorry to who ever who started this thing(be it for fun or any other reason) as i am sure there are loads of other people in the blogging sphere that will be carrying on this particular tradition.

My Task:List seven songs you are into right now. No matter what the genre, whether they have words, or even if they're any good, but they must be songs you're really enjoying now. Post these instructions in your LJ or blog! along with your seven songs. Then tag seven other people to see what they're listening to.(i am not gonna be carrying out the last sentence.)

1) American Pie by Don Mclean(he is the original songwriter and singer, loads of other artists have reproduced it. It is a great song and loads of people have tried to figure the meaning of the song as it has loads of issues going on, and Don Mclean refuses to discuss anything to do with its meaning)

2) Footloose by Kenny Loggins(its a 80s number that is a great groovy tune that would is popular in dance mixes and Holiday on ice used it recently for their show Hollywood on Ice)

3) Happy Birthday by Stevie Wonder(his songs are those kinds that can be played in all moods and have an original rhythm.Btw this song was made in tribute for Martin Luther King Jr, and Stevie Wonder was the man who lobbied for having MLK's birhtday a national holiday. Stevie Wonder's cd is one of the 2 that i first bought)

4)The Last Unicorn by America(a great song that gives hope to carry on. A great band that has a base rhythm of guitars for every song. The Defenitive America is the 2nd of the 2 cds that i first bought. All of their songs are amazing, "A horse with no name" turned them into hits)

5) My Valentine by Maritina McBride(its a beautiful song that just sends a soothing feel from the moment it starts)

6)Honey, I'm Home by Shania Twain(a pampered song that every guy should listen to learn how to treat their girl when she comes home from work as they aint the only ones who go to work and come back tired. All of her songs are pretty feminist but they aint brutal, they are funky.)

7)Beat it by Michael Jackson(i fell in love with this song when i performed to it for my Kindergardern graduation with a couple of other girls. I was from St Hilda's Katong and i can still remember that Ms Buckland and another teacher thought us the steps and man was it right to the beat. I am big fan of his and despite of all the paparazzi has to offer about him, i couldn't be the least bothered as he is a great artist that has produced some of the world's best pop songs and will reign as the King of Pop till he lives and after as well. Dude u have all of my support...if it makes any difference)

Well i have told loads of people that i listen to all sorts of music and genres and have lots and lots favourites. These 7 have a special place with me and i never fail to listen to them. I mean i really like artists like Mariah Carey, Josh Groban, Alicia Keys, Bon Jovi, Brian Mcknight, Diana Ross, Dionne Warwick, Elton John, Gavin Degraw, Norah Jones, Robbie Williams, Sting, The Corrs, Westlife, Whitney Houston, Craig David. As for the other artists, i would prefer only a few of their Songs like Blue, BackStreet boys, Aaron Carter, Black Eyed Peas, Clay Aiken, Fantasia, Frank Sinatra, Goo Goo Dolls, Gwen Stefanie, Jesse McCartney, Kelly Clarkson, Maroon Five, Natasha Bedingfield, Queen, Ray Charles, S Club 7, Susan Vega, The Rasmus, Yolanda Adams, Rihanna and a couple of odd Bollywood Songs. I listen to Christmas Songs, African Music, Reggae, Contempary Classical Music like Bond and plain ole Classical Music.

I just realised that i have blabbered loads so before i end this post, i would like to Apologise to Marlz again for the absolutely silly missunderstanding....


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