I'm the kind of person who likes to wear songs out, playing them over and over again. This is a place I can post links to the songs I'm currently wearing out, so you can try them out too. I'm not sure how often this will get updated, since finding all of the youtube links is kind of a chore, but we'll see how it goes.
My playlist seems to be a little happier these days...
Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis
This was just a nice, poppy song. Then one day, I woke up hearing it, and my life hasn't been the same since. Listening to it now reminds me of that morning.
Whatever it Takes - Leona Lewis
And this is the next track on the album. It reminds me of that morning as well. The production of this album is good too, the singing sounds really good, especially at the beginning of the track, of course Leona's vocals are excellent, but I mean the audio quality of the mix.
Halo - Beyoncé
So this isn't cheesy to me right now....
Maps - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Sebastian recommend this song, and it is pretty amazing. Give it a listen. Apparently you probably have, if you play guitar hero? I don't know what 'maps' means, but I do know, they don't love you like I love you.
Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want - The Smiths
I've heard this so many times in "Ferris Bueler's Day Off," but the instrumental version. I only heard the original recently, and loved it.
As The World Falls Down - David Bowie
Just heard this recently again, and liked it more than I did as a kid watching Labyrinth.
You Make My Dreams - Hall & Oates<
Loved this scene in the movie, and the song makes me think about the person I watched it with!
Untouched - The Veronicas
Lucy sent this to me, so of course I like it.
Kiss You All Over - Exile
Why does this crappy 70s song make me feel so good and do a little dance at the same time? What more can you ask for in music?
One Thing - Finger Eleven
This cheesy song is the kind of thing I will sing to myself. It has a small range, simple melody, and catchy lyrics.
Favorite 5 songs of all time:
Father and Son - Cat Stevens
One song made me a fan.
Possession - Sarah McLachlan
Sarah, what can I say?
Claire de Lune - Claude Debussy
This song makes me wish I had a piano again.
Winterblue - Heather Nova