I have always loved Anna Kendrick.
Okay, that’s a lie. I was so annoyed by her character in Twilight but apart from that, I’ve loved her sincerely. I mean, who wouldn’t? Have you seen her Twitter and Instagram feed? So funny, so natural, so real.
She is hilarious as hell, and she’s never hesitant to show her inner fangirl.
So when the word started spreading that she sang with Justin Timberlake at Cannes, I just had to put it here. It’s not Cups, but yeah it will do.
I love her harmony, she’s just amazing. Makes me want to go back to the choir again.
But just in case you want to see her kick more ass, check her out with THE Chenoweth. Stunning.
Yesterday’s celebration is the first of many special holidays that I am celebrating with Le Mari. While it was very much evident that I missed my family, everyone seemed to have rallied to make sure that homesickness is the last thing on my mind.
So in my sister’s kitchen, while prepping Mother’s Day lunch, I absolutely cannot shake this song out of my head! Damn it, Jessica Day!
Anyway, so I ended up singing only the parts that I know! It was so crazy that my sister started signing it too. Needless to say, it didn’t lessen blow and the song is still stuck in my head.
According to Allmusic, the song is an anthem describing the differences between parents and the teens today. It was released in the 70s, so I guess this has something to do with drug preference? LOL. How judgmental can I be!
Here it is, and I hope that it gets stuck in your head as well. It’s not that bad, it is after all a teen anthem.
But then again, we all know I’m not a teen anymore.
Have a great week, everyone! <3
I’ve missed a couple of our Music Mondays and honestly, I missed it. I’ve been quite preoccupied with family stuff, but I’m back now!
One of the things that I am starting to get used to here is the music. If you haven’t noticed before, I’m more of an old soul. Most of my music is centered on 80s rock ballads. Hahahaha. I honestly believe that Air Supply is a genius, and that a memorable ballad must be accompanied by fantastic drum exhibitions.
I’ve been hearing this song over and over, especially at Z100, Le Mari’s favorite radio station. It has bugged me for so long. Thanks to SoundHound, I was able to find out the title.
Dance music has really evolved since I first discovered it. I’ve been constantly surprised how much I like them! Hahahaha. I think I’m slowly expanding my music selection.
Plus, the lyrics are amazing.
Feel free to sing/dance with me.
Today, Tatay would have been 63.
Le Beau (or now Le Mari) and I rediscovered the beauty of Parenthood. This was the song playing during the episode The Waiting Room in Season 6 Episode 3.
There was something in that song that really reminded me of him. And it’s been a while since I have been reminded of him. A part of me is slowly accepting I will never see his face again. Another part still thinks the thought alone is incredulous.
Hayden Calnin’s voice is haunting and reverberating. I couldn’t get the song out of my head. And I hate myself for not opening up to more music options because I should have enjoyed this song sooner.
I know right. <3
I know this is coming in a little later than usual, but the inspiration didn’t kick in until Le Beau’s jiu jitsu class.
I haven’t heard this song in a while. For a good moment back then, this song very much haunted me. The desperation in Florence’s voice and the beat Calvin Harris laid out perfectly contradict each other. It was just beautiful.
And have you listened to these lyrics?
This jiu jitsu place is giving me more than what I needed now.
Have a great evening, everyone.