Day 28- A really old song.
Cole Porter- "Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)". Written in 1928 and featured in one of my ALL-TIME favorite movies, "Midnight In Paris". I love this song, however, please ignore the racial slurs found in the song. I believe they changed it up a little for the movie because we (most of us) don't talk like that anymore, thank goodness. Anyway, it's still a great song. Give it a listen ok? The birds and the bees are... :)
Day 29- A Michael Jackson song.
Thriller- Because it's basically the best music video ever made and probably, along with the 90s remake of "Night of The Living Dead", fueled my love for zombies.
Day 30- One of the oldest songs that you like.
Okay, I feel like this is just a different variation on Day 28 but I'll play along Blogger.
Frank and Nancy Sinatra- "Something Stupid". It's not the OLDEST song that I can think of that I like but it's old and I like it so, there. Just listen to old blue eyes sing this beautiful duet with his daughter and you'll love it too.
Day 31- A song that would HAVE to be played at your birthday party.
I have absolutely NO SHAME in admitting that I love this band and will for sure play their music at my future birthdays.
One Direction- "Best Song Ever". It's fun and catchy as hell. Don't hate.
Day 32- A song that's currently in the music charts that you like.
Again-- No shame.
Taylor Swift- "Shake It Off" I like it. It's fun to listen to, it's easy to listen to, it makes me want to dance and I love that she's ok to make fun of herself. And I'll even add a bonus track to this day
Mary Lambert- "Secrets" another song with a good message by someone who's not afraid of some self deprecation. Boom.
Enjoy peeps. XO