Writing 101: Day 3 (only two days behind schedule…ugh)

Three song that are significant to you…hmmm. Tough one. I’m not really a musically geared individual. Ok. That’s not completely accurate. I love music, just not in the true music lover way. Its a background noise for me. As for songs that are significant to me? Well, that changes with time as I change.

One song that has stood the test of time and change for me is The Distance by Cake. I have no idea why this song continues to be one that causes me to turn up the radio, regardless of what I’m doing, and sing along, regardless of who is around to hear it. Its just one of those songs that gets the blood, feet, and mind dancing, in a great way.

Into the Mystic by Van Morrison is another song I’ve loved for a really long time. My kids’ dad introduced me to Van Morrison and this song will always remind me of him. There is maybe one other song by Van that I truly like (not the other is bad), but I can’t remember what its called.

I’m horrible with song names, and usually am not sure who performs most of the songs I hear/listen to. My husband has a subscription to Pandora (my birthday gift to him every year) and that has helped me find out who sings some of the songs I really enjoy and the names of the songs. That is, when I remember to ask him. 😉

Falling in Love in (at?) a Coffee Shop by Landon Pigg is another favorite. This is one of the songs we played at our hand-fasting. It seemed to fit how my husband and I fell in love. Well, a little bit. We didn’t meet in a coffee shop, but I love coffee…it sort of fits. Just don’t try to make sense of my nonsensical sense making…lol.

Wow! Three songs!! I did it! I guess that wasn’t so hard after all, though I did have the assistance of Google open in another tab so I could look up songs by their lyrics. Thank you, Google!





About dragonflygypsyusa

Over-thinker with way too much availability to the internet to research whatever might come to mind, amateur photographer, dog enthusiast, learning every day, working on finding my undamaged self.
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