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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Songs! Songs!

One thing that some may find quite annoying about me is that I make millions and zillions of playlists for listening to music. I can't stand listening to the same songs in the same order. There are some songs that I just love and would not hate maybe even after listening to them 100 times, but I use them to slip between other songs that I would not usually listen to over and over, to spice up my music-listening-life. I actually don't allow myself to listen to those songs even when I have an urge to, because I need to keep them fresh and wonderful in order to continue to look forward to them and endure the other mediocre songs that come before them. Yes, I also feel guilty when I sneakily play a song out of context, just because I really really like it. I promise myself to never again be partial and offend the other songs.
Even more odd is that sometimes I do not like a song in a particular playlist, but when I give it a chance in another playlist before and after different songs, I manage to like it. Odd? Agreed. Quite odd. Obsessive and creepy? No, because I am NEVER obsessive and creepy.
Right now the songs that I am looking forward to are as follows.
On my "Songs to wake up to" playlist: Take Me Up by STEM
On my "Songs to JJT and laundry to" playlist: Strong by Julie G.
On my "Songs to work to" playlist: Encore by Masa
On my "Songs to sleep to" playlist: Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) by Chris Tomlin
On my "Songs for gently playing in the background of a candle-lit evening of yummy food" playlist: How Great Thou Art by Carrie Underwood
Companion by Rachelle Spring
My Love is Love by the Paris Show Group
I Am The Walrus by Jim Carrey (my only entirely brackish indulgence)

3 comments:

Blogger kathy said...

have did you get "my love is love"?? ive been looking for that song everywhere.

4/30/2008 1:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Goo Goo Kachoo

4/30/2008 8:13 PM  
Blogger ditzydevil said...

Aw, Flo, i feel happiness that i am your number 5!!! you're just swell.
i luv you too.

5/03/2008 7:12 PM  

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