Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Music on My Mind

I've been tagged again. The Artist Formerly Known as K Lance tagged me. I'm working on my confidence, but it's always weird when I've been thought of...especially by people who I never see. I always think I'm the type of person who is "out of sight, out of mind," you know?

Anyway, my mood actually ties very closely to the theme of this tag. The instructions are as follows:

List seven songs you are into right now. No matter what the genre, whether they have words, or even if they're any good, but they must be songs you're really enjoying now. Post these instructions in your blog along with your seven songs. Then tag seven other people to see what they're listening to.
I have been feeling really blue lately...not blue, tired. I'm tired of not feeling at peace with myself. So here's my music.

1. Goodbye and Go - Imogen Heap: This is the theme song of me and TBIK. It's all about liking a guy that you can't have. There's even a line in the song I said to him..."We'd be great together."

2. Misdemeanor - Foster Sylvers: I heard this song on an R&B oldies station and totally dug it. I only caught the title of the song though, and it wasn't on iTunes. So I went on a 30 minute internet search to track it down. I heart Google.

3. Purify Me - India Arie: I want to love and be loved like this. I listen to this song with longing.

4. Starry Eyed Surprise - Paul Oakenfold: No matter what mood I'm in, this song can't help but make me smile...like Ella does. I listen to it on purpose sometimes to cheer me up.

5. Gone - Kanye West, Consequence & Cam'ron: I love the lyrics of this song. Kanye says, "You can be my intern...and in turn, I'll show you how I cook up summer in the winter." He also says, "He found a new bitch, now you Jennifer Aniston." How great is that! Besides Cam'ron's voice is crazy sexy.

6. Inaudible Melodies - Jack Johnson: He's so mellow, I dig him.

7. Train on a Track - Kelly Rowland: This is one of the songs that I listen to over and over and imagine me interpretive dancing.

Okay, so I don't think I know seven people who blog, but here's who I would love to hear from:
1. Home Girl

2. Kelly

3. Summer sorry, Home Girl.

I guess I'm not a true blogger, because that's all that I've got. I would tag the writers of "Grey's Anatomy," but I think they are pretty busy.

6 comments:

Kelly said...

Thanks for the tag. I'll think about this if I have some downtime at work this A.M.

BTW, is Foster Sylvers connected with the 70s band "The Sylvers? I remember that name from maybe 1978 or so.

Melissa said...

Ah, India. I heart her.

L. Britt said...

Yeah Kelly. He was connected to the Sylvers. I never heard of him or his group, but it sounded like a copy of The Jackson 5. The way New Kids on the Block were the white knock-off of New Edition.

Kelly said...

Yes, the Sylvers were the "wannabe" Jackson 5. I can't remember any of their songs, but the name definitely rang a bell.

BTW, your list is very eclectic. I think I need to check out your tunes. Some of the artists I know, but perhaps not the particular song you listed. Other artists are completely new to me. Off to research and start compiling my list. :)

summer said...

so this is where you live! (saw this url in my blog stats.)

okay, i scanned this entry and saw my name. TAGGED! Thanks! so i will re-read the instructions and proceed with my lists.

Quel said...

My list is up! I'm SO late, I know.

Gone is my favorite song on Kanye's album...largely becasue of Cam'Ron's part. Crack Music is good too. The album has me rethinking my relationship with rap music.