Technically, I think if I were to listen to a song all day, it’d have to be peppy. So what’s more peppy than the happy birthday song? The answer is Happy.
This is the last day of my 25 Days of Songs and I am officially done!
Victory is mine! ( No, not really.)
I danced to a lot of songs with my all my classmates on the night of my senior farewell party before graduating high school. It was held on the soccer field (sort of) and it was amazing. Our teachers were there too but they weren’t dancing much…except my awesome physics teacher. I remember seeing him lip sync to this song while my friends and I were freaking out. It was hilarious.
This was easy for me to choose.
Why do I hate this song? I’ll keep it short and simple.
Anti-feminist. Pathetic singing made slightly bearable with the gracious help of auto-tune. Indian music in the intro sounds amazing and then she starts to sing, so it sounds like a mish mash of music genres that simply don’t go together.
Plus when she performs this song, she dresses like she’s Indian (not that she shouldn’t or anything) but I don’t understand why this is even Indian related. I mean we’ve already got Bollywood for this type of thing.
My friend, let’s call him Agent X, was hyper on the phone last summer and began singing a lot of songs. It was in one of his fake hilarious accents and I’ve never laughed so hard. The other song he keeps singing when I’m skyping him is Somebody that I Used to Know by Gotye, over his ex girlfriend and to my annoyance because I absolutely detest that song and shall not be sharing it on my blog.
I can always listen to this song no matter what.
The song is good and the video is as well, I reckon. It’s not everyday you see clothes falling out of the sky and random strangers stripping in public like it’s perfectly normal. I guess that’s just 5SOS.
I still can’t believe that Ed Sheeran didn’t win a Grammy for this song because it takes true talent to sing a song so beautifully about something that is otherwise treated as taboo. I suppose the Grammy’s aren’t a testament to capability anyway.
The A Team needs no award status to prove itself worthy to listen to. It does all that on its own.
There’s always that song you love but you keep skipping it when it plays on shuffle, am I right?
I think mine would be Blue by Eiffel 65.
I’ve always loved the song but never knew its name so I was ecstatic to hear it play in the opening titles of Iron Man 3…and yet, I don’t listen to it as much as I should.
Have you ever been to a party where the DJ insists on playing the most terrible music you’ve ever heard and you really want to dance but find it exhausting to feel pumped up? Been there.
Some remixes are tragic and some songs aren’t meant to be played at a club. But no matter how bad it is, I feel like it gets fixed instantly when they play Don’t You Worry Child by Swedish Mafia.
However, some other songs are just as good at getting me on my feet and I think the Coos W remix of Ellie Goulding’s Anything Could Happen deserves it more.
That one really makes me want to dance.
Coincidentally both songs that make me cry have the same name. Don’t Let Me Go by The Click Five and Harry Styles.