#AtoZChallenge: M is for Music

15.4.13

Music. I totally couldn't live without it. It relaxes, inspires, takes you back in time, gets you in the mood (for whatever it might be that you want to get in the mood for!!), makes you cry, makes you laugh, makes you sing... out loud (especially when you're alone or in the shower)... it really is an amazing thing. I always wished I could sing or play a musical instrument. Sadly I can do neither... not that it stops me from singing, and I have been known to get up for karaoke (yes, I'm one of the embarrassing ones that thinks they sound good when... well, it's probably really quite the opposite. Especially when I'm singing something like Like a Virgin... cringe. Thankfully, I no longer get drunk enough to do this any more!).
Here are just a few of my all time favourite songs (I got a bit carried away so there are quite a few!)...
Cry Little Sister, Aiden
Stay, Shakespeare's Sister
Black Velvet, Alannah Miles
Poison, Alice Cooper
Born To Die, Lana Del Rey

Skyfall, Adele

1000 Years, Christina Perri


Rule The World, Take That


I'll Be There, Jackson 5


Skyscraper, Demi Lovato


Hear You Calling, Aurora (this one gives me the shivers!)

Possibility, Lykke Li

The Voice, Celtic Woman

The Promise You Made, Cock Robin

She, Elvis Costello

Mystic's Dream, Loreena McKennitt

All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You, Heart

Somewhere Out There, Linda Ronstadt & James Ingram

Perdoname, Pedro Alboran & Carminho

Take On Me, Aha

Wind Beneath My Wings, Bette Midler

Need You Now, Lady Antebellum

Gangsta's Paradise, Coolio

Time After Time, Cyndi Lauper

Titanium, David Guetta featuring Sia

Love Bites, Def Leppard

Hungry Eyes, Dirty Dancing

Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This), Eurythmics

Fields of Gold, Eva Cassidy

My Immortal, Evanescence

Big Girls Don't Cry, Fergie

Chocolate, Kylie Minogue

Nothing Else Matters, Metallica

November Rain, Guns n' Roses

Said I Love You, But I Lied

Home, Michael Buble

I Bruise Easily, Natasha Bedingfield

Empire State of Mind, Alicia Keys

When Doves Cry, Prince

Who Wants to Live Forever, Queen

Fable, Robert Miles

Crazy, Seal

Wherever You Will Go, The Calling

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8 comments :

  1. Nice mix! Music makes the world much cooler. Ejoy your A to Z journey!
    Jess / Blogging on the Brink

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  2. I love your eclectic music choices!
    I also agree music is the international language.

    One note of certain songs can turn me into a babbling idiot :-)

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  3. Thanks Jess and Doreen for stopping by!
    P.S I'm often a babbling idiot, Doreen! :D

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  4. Lovely post, Suzy; you have an amazing taste in music! My Immortal by Evanescence is definitely very evocative for me, and I'm also a huge fan of some other artists you mentioned. I'm definitely with you—music can bring you back to any time or place, and that's the magic of it. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  5. Awesome selection there. Man, Cry Little Sister takes me back. I actually recorded it off the TV while movie was playing so I could listen to it off my little casette player when I was a kid. lol Such a great song/movie!

    Having a great singing voice is something I've always wished too, but I try anyway cuz singing just feels good. :)

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  6. WoW! That is a list of songs and videos! I too love music!

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  7. I love your choice of music. Many of them I played to death (especially Stay, Shakespeare's Sister)

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  8. I'm so glad I took some of you back... PK, that's the kind of thing I would have done! It was (and IS) an AMAZINH song. It's a great piece of music to write to, as well. Thank you all for stopping by! :D

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