This time of the year always passes in a wacky way for me. I blink and suddenly it’s Christmas Eve and we’re just a week away from the new year; yet, I also remember vividly the highlights and lowlights of a year that’s gone by. With the wacky time, it seems I’ve managed to be ridiculously behind on this song challenge, but I’m determined to catch up, so here we go!
DAY 16: A Song That’s A Classic Favorite
Let It Snow, by Dean Martin. In keeping with the holiday season, one of my favorite Christmas songs.
Day 17: A Song You’d Sing A Duet With Someone On Karaoke
Lucky, by Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillat. Such a feel-good song!
Day 18: A Song From The Year You Were Born
Heal The World, by Michael Jackson. It was inevitable that the King of Pop would make an appearance in this song challenge. (This song was released in 1992.)
Day 19: A Song That Makes You Think About Life
Where Is The Love?, by Black Eyed Peas. More than a decade later, this song is as relevant as ever.
Day 20: A Song That Has Many Meanings To You
The Moon Represents My Heart, by Teresa Teng. Arguably one of the most famous Chinese songs by one of the most famous Chinese singers, this song always stirs up many different emotions and memories for me. As always, english translations available on the internet!
Day 21: A Song You Like With A Person’s Name In The Title
Somebody’s Chelsea, by Reba McEntire. One of my favorite Reba songs.
Day 22: A Song That Moves You Forward
Perfect, by Pink. A reminder we are perfect the way we are.
Day 23: A Song You
Think Everybody Should Listen To Recently Discovered And Loved
Sunflower, by Post Malone & Swae Lee. Since music is so subjective and my taste in music is so eclectic, I couldn’t come up with a song I thought everyone should listen to. So instead I’m changing today’s song to a new song I recently discovered and just fell completely in love with. If you haven’t seen Into The Spiderverse, I highly recommend it! This movie is one-of-a-kind.
Day 24: A Song By A Band You Wish Were Still Together
Mirotic, by TVXQ/DBSK. One of my favorite songs by one of my favorite KPOP bands. My heart broke when news came out in 2010 of their disbandment. English translations available on the internet.
And that concludes my third week catch up. I have a couple more posts scheduled (Writer’s Quote Wednesday and the last week of this song challenge), but I don’t think I’ll be posting much else for the remainder of the year. It’s been a bit of a busy season for me this year, but I’ll pop in to read and comment on your posts when I can.
I wish everyone a Merry Christmas (or simply a happy holiday season if you don’t celebrate Christmas) and a happy and healthy new year!