365 Song Challenge

You Be The Anchor That Keeps My Feet On The Ground, I'll Be The Wings That Keep Your Heart In The Clouds
  • You Be The Anchor That Keeps My Feet On The Ground, I'll Be The Wings That Keep Your Heart In The Clouds
  • Mayday Parade
  • A Lesson In Romantics
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(32/365) A song that you love to play while thinking: You Be The Anchor That Keeps My Feet on the Ground, I’ll Be The Wings That Keep Your Heart in the Clouds - Mayday Parade 

On the 2 hour drive up to the cemetary for my grandpa’s funeral a few months ago, I just played this song on repeat and just thought about everything. It’s now one of the songs I go to when I need to reflect on life. 

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Day 117: A song by a lead singer you think is too homely for words:

“A Song for the Lovers” by Richard Ashcroft

I believe Tyra Banks calls it “ugly pretty” and if I remember correctly Noel Gallagher once called Richard Ashcroft something like the best-looking ugly man in the world.

And in addition to being “ugly pretty” he also happens to be one of the best songwriters of his generation and one of my personal all-time heroes.

  • Deliver Us
  • Eden Riegel; Ofra Haza
  • Prince of Egypt
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Day 4: A song you like from a movie soundtrack

There are so MANY to pick from! I love Soundtrack songs! O this is hard to pick just one! But after going through all of them and not counting the just instrumental ones since I see that I can pick that on later days…I pick this song because I love this soundtrack all together and this song I just love the music in it. I mean most of these songs are beautiful…but this one…just taking out the words alone has so much power.

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Day 3: A song you listened to as a kid, that you thought made you cool. Real Cool:

“Looking for Freedom” by David Hasselhofff

I grew up in Germany, I was six years old and this song was everywhere (historical events and everything). You were very cool if you knew the English lyrics - which we didn’t. That didn’t stop us from pretending that we knew them of course.