but I despise iggy azalea. Good God in heaven, she's awful. As in I'd better be a good person while here on Earth or I'll spend my time in Hell listening to this shrill, obnoxious phony on an endless loop. If Nikki Minage wants to issue her a beat down, I'd gladly hold Nikki...
and Elvis Presley to Johnny Hallyday and Veronique Sanson, to the Sex Pistols, Black Sabbath, Massilia Sound System, Jimi Hendrix and Sam Smith, with a little Culture Club, Damien Rice and the Corrs.
I listen to an eclectic mix of music, depending on my mood. I do like piano...
I can't tell where the journey will end
But I know where to start
They tell me I'm too young to understand
They say I'm caught up in a dream
Well life will pass me by if I don't open up my eyes
Well that's fine by me
So wake me up when it's all over
to a wide range of music. Ever since then I've considered myself "born in the Wrong decade" even though I tolerate the top 40 type music and know a song or two at school dances I'm truly in my element with 70-90s classic rock type music, alternative, country, and basically...
and I can't answer.
From Orchestra (put some opera in) to solo classical; to rock (although hard metal destroys my hearing) preferably with words I can easily understand without the copy of lyrics since my hearing is really bad; I like pop too and even know some jpop and kpop...
country (in a semi-organized fashion):
Cab Calloway: Minnie the Moocher
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream
The Rolling Stones: Miss You
Sweet: Ballroom Blitz
Dead or Alive: You Spin Me Round
Billy Idol: Dancing with Myself
Men Without Hats: The Safety Dance...
Lets not make it harder than it has to be
Ooooooh it's all the same thing
Girls chase boys chase girls
I'm a little let down, but I'm not dead
There's a little bit more that has to be said (Oh oooh)
You play me, now I play you too
Lets just call it over
Rock for pretty much anything. Country for working. Rap for anger. You get the point.
And then there's music that's tied to a certain event.
Somehow, because of this, I have 600 songs in iTunes, too many to sync to my iPhone.
I think its incredibly boring when people say things like, "Oh well, I ONLY listen to country!" or "Anything but rap sucks!" It's like, open your minds people! There are so many wonderful musicians and genres out there, you're just missing out if you...
.but i rarely listen to rap or metal.. i actually prefer something smooth, slow, soothing and tranquil..not too much screaming or dancing kr edginess lol...esp in the morning..and i don't listen to any music before the sunrise and a hour before i went to bed..idk why.. jazz...
What do Dolly Parton, Trent Reznor, Tyler Spence, Joan Armetrading, Lady Gaga, Tupac and Brian Jones have in common?
They all can write a pretty damn good song.
Just flicking through my music I can't tell you what type I like. From Bach to the Beatles, Enya to Eminem, every song...
take these broken wings and learn to fly" I love this song by The Beatles. I often feel like if I could just get past it all...all the dark thoughts and late nights thinking with no answers and just exist...maybe I could be happy. Maybe my thirst for always asking more could be...