Here is my weekly list of what is on my iPod.
Maybe one of my all-time favorite groups from the 80’s (I know, I have a lot of favorites). When I think of this song, I think of the video. I love Martin Fry (lead singer)! Another one of their songs that I love is “Poison Arrow“.
This song reminds my of my friend, Rita. It came out around the time we hung out together and played cards in her apartment. It is such a groovy song to listen to.
“Non Believer” by La Rocca
I love listening to music from TV shows or movies. This song is from on of the episodes of “One Tree Hill” (don’t judge me – I like that show).
“I Was Made for Dancin’” (1979) by Leif Garrett
OK, if you are a Child of the 70’s or 80’s, who didn’t like Leif Garrett? I was one of his followers. I might have only heard a handful of his songs, but this one get a couple of hits a month on my iPod.
There is a whole playlist on my iPod of songs that get on my nerves. You may be asking, why do I have these songs if they get on my nerves? The simplest response is… I’m a songs on my iPod hoarder! Yes, there it is, I’m a song hoarder. I blame this “disease” on my parents, who are hoarders themselves.
But back to the song… when I was looking up information on it, I just found out that Mungo Jerry was a “group” and not one person (like Jethro Tull)! You learn something new every day!!
I can tell within the first few beats of the song when it’s on. I can listening to about 30 seconds of it before I have to change it.
Here are a few more songs in my music collection that get on my nerves, but I have to have them:
- “Night Moves” (1976) by Bob Seger
- “I Shot The Sheriff” (1974) by Eric Clapton
- “Talking in Your Sleep” (1983) by The Romantics (hey, they are from my home State of Michigan!! #2 of learning something new!)
So these are this week’s picks of what’s on my iPod.