Sunday, July 14, 2013

Hey, Mr. DJ, keep playin' this song for me...
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You know.. I was so excited to do todays Sunday Social because it's about music...and then I realized how difficult it actually was!

1. What is your all-time favorite song? I don't have just one all-time Guns N Roses- Sweet Child Of Mine (& Paradise City, Welcome to the Jungle, November Rain, Patience...) Def Leppard, Pour Some Sugar On Me (among others), Linkin Park- Crawling, Queen- Bohemian Rhapsody, Framing Hanley- Photographs & Gasoline, Usher-My Way (Nice & Slow,etc..), Ginuwine- Pony & Differences, Alanah Myles- Black Velvet, pretty much anyhting MJ, Eminem- Beautiful, Jackyl- Back Off Brother, Miranda Lambert- Me & Charlie Talkin, En Vogue-Don't Let Go ....etc, etc, etc,....
Pour Some Sugar On Me by Def Leppard on Grooveshark

2. Who is your favorite singer/band? Same as before, I don't have just one, so I'll just do currently (as in this month) Linkin Park will always be in this list, Framing Hanley (will always be a fav.), 1D, Ed Sheeran, FOB,Jessie J, Cher Lloyd, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert (will always be a fav),
Runaway by Linkin Park on Grooveshark

3. What song reminds you of your childhood? Omg, really? All of them, damn. Billy Ray Cyrus- Achy Breaky Heart, Clay Walker-What's It To You, (really anything in the late 80's-early 90's country) Michael & Janet Jackson- Scream, (Really anything by Michael or Janet) AC/DC, Jackyl, Def Leppard, Bad Company, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Queen, The Rolling Stones, GNR! (you get the idea there right?)..The Spice Girls!..and then as I got a little older of course there is anything Britney,..umm..anything NSYNC, BSB, Five, Nirvana, early Marilyn Manson,...B2K (oh my damn), Usher( Slow Jam was the first song I ever slow danced to), oh All Saints- Never Ever, lol Juvenile-Back That Ass Up (HAHA! shut up!), Mo' Thugs-All Good, Ghetto Cowboy, BTNH-Crossroads...Savage Garden- Truly, Madly, Deeply...Jonny Lang-Lie To Me..Few thing I can tell you...One: When I say my music taste is wide ranged, I mean it. Two: When I say I've always loved music, I mean that too. Three: I am the quintessential 80's Baby & 90's Child. (& I fuckin' love it)
When The Lights Go Out by Five on Grooveshark

4. What songs put you in a good mood? It depends on what has gotten me down (if anything). But a few that I love Andy Grammer-Keep Your Head Up, Framing Hanley-Weight of the World, Jessie J-Who You Are & Nobody's Perfect, Anything off of Linkin Park's Hybrid Theory album, anything 1D, FOB-Sugar We're Goin Down Swingin', P!ATD- I Write Sins, Not of Up Beats stuff & or 90's stuff.
Keep Your Head Up by Andy Grammer on Grooveshark
Country Grammar (Hot ...) by Nelly on Grooveshark
5. What is your music to rock out to in your car? Unfortunately, I don't have a working CD player, so whatever I can find on the radio, really.
I Need Your Love by Calvin Harris Ft. Ellie Goulding on Grooveshark

6. What is the most embarrassing album or song you own? Not embarrassed by anything I have. No shame in my game.
Heart Attack by One Direction on Grooveshark
It's crazy how almost overwhelming it is for me to think of this kind of stuff. Not becuase I go blank, but because I have a list in my head about that might cover the Great Wall of China..a few times over.

I asked my husband, "What are some of my all time favorites songs?" And he looked at me like I was crazy and said he didn't I asked him, "well, what are some songs that when they come on I'm like 'yessss!' ?" He said all of them...
The man knows me so well...

Happy Sunday Funday, Lovelies.


  1. OMG your list is like reliving my childhood! I was born in the 80's and grewup in the 90's so just about every song you listed I've listened to and most of them I love. Me and Charlie Talkin though is one that I've never really heard of anyone else liking so YAY! for finally finding someone else who has actually heard the dang song. And Don't Let Go is just one of the songs that when it comes on you HAVE to stop what you are doing and get all dramatic with singing it! (the movie that it went with, Set it Off, was great as well)

  2. A lot of these songs I remember well. Graduated from high school in 80's.

    The funny thing is some the memories of these songs. Ah, to get old.



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