The prompt for Wednesdays of Sara McClung‘s Blog Me, MAYbe blogfest, is MAY I ask you something?
What is one song that would be part of the soundtrack of your life, and why?
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Great question Kari 😀 One song that would be part of the soundtrack of my life would be ALL ABOUT LOVING YOU by Bon Jovi. It was the song my hubby and I danced to at our wedding and I can just see some of our past moments while listening to it – when we started dating and how we grew so strong as a couple. And every time I look at him, I see something new 😀
Oh I love your story and I need to listen to the song now–I don’t know if I’ve heard it before. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
One of my soundtrack songs would be “The Quiet One,” from The Who’s 1981 album Face Dances. It was written and sung by their bassist John Entwistle, who was The Quiet One of The Who just as George was in The Beatles. It’s so true that still waters run deep and that everyone underestimates the quiet ones.
I’m excited to have a listen–sounds awesome. I like the quiet ones in the bands; it’s so conventional to like the frontmen. 😉
Skinny Love by Bon Iver is the song that I call the song of my heart. It stirs me in a way I can’t even explain.
I’m excited about the new song ideas I’m getting from this post. I am always looking for new music and I haven’t heard this song, yet!
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