Ask Me…What 3 songs 5/29/18

High Hopes by Panic at the Disco

Allow me to Geek out completely for a minute. I adore Panic! Brendon is a hottie. His music crosses so many genres. And I totally thrive on his Instagram snippits. Especially the interview he does while playing with dogs. LOVE IT!!!! His new album, Pray for the Wicked is coming out soon and I am in heaven all over again.

Mama said
Burn your biographies
Rewrite your history
Light up your wildest dreams
Museum victories, everyday
We wanted everything, wanted everything

Mama said don’t give up, it’s a little complicated
All tied up, no more love and I’d hate to see you waiting Continue reading

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Ask Me…what 3 songs 5/26/18

So,today I found my old Ipod nano and squealed with delight. It’s been missing for about almost a year. I found it in an old purse. (I have way to many of those!) I couldn’t wait to see what great oldies were on it and share my next couple posts. So let’s begin…

Rockabye by Clean Bandit

She tells him “ooh love”
No one’s ever gonna hurt you, love
I’m gonna give you all of my love
Nobody matters like you (stay up there, stay up there)
She tells him “your life ain’t gonna be nothing like my life (straight)
You’re gonna grow and have a good life
I’m gonna do what I’ve got to do” (stay up there, stay up there)

This song is one of those that I like to listen to when I need energy to exercise or to clean. I like the beat. The words are simple enough to understand and to sing along to. And Anne-Marie’s voice is a good one.  Continue reading

Ask Me…What 3 Songs 5/19/18

Good Evening/Morning Folks,

So…what’s on your playlist? I like to share mine in hopes of lighting a fire within you viewers but also per chance to introduce you to something new. So here goes…

Mambo No. 5 by Lou Bega

Ladies and gentleman, this is mambo number five
One, two, three, four, five everybody in the car, so come on
Let’s ride to the liquor store around the corner
The boys say they want some gin and juice
But I really don’t wanna, beer bust like I had last week
I must stay deep because talk is cheap

Bega started singing at the age of 11. This song became big in 1999. I absolutely loved it! Although he had multiple albums after this first, none did quite as well, and that’s putting it nicely. I don’t know why, I just love bopping along to it. What do you think? 🙂  Continue reading