Saturday, March 29, 2008
Monday, March 24, 2008
Let's close with a new edition to the My MC & Me Collection.
Sunday, March 23, 2008
I swear, Bon Jovi gets better every damn time I see them in concert. I was actually moved to tears at one point during this show. There is no greater band than Bon Jovi.
Oh and Daughtry was awesome too. I am too tired to say any more for the night.
Monday, March 17, 2008
Sunday, March 16, 2008
Every ounce of anger and frustration that I had been feeling melted away as I stared at that magazine cover. He really is more attractive than any man should be.
Thursday, March 13, 2008
Monday, March 10, 2008
Endless Summer Nights by Richard Marx (77) - I miss Richard Marx. He had a decent voice, he wrote good songs, and he wasn't bad looking. Oh well. In spite of the sadness in the song, I have fond memories of it. I will always remember it for it is to me. I smile every time I hear it and I hope that I am not alone.
Better Together by Jack Johnson (232) - I absolutely love this song. It is simple and sweet and it is in my Top 25 played list. I have many foolish romantic fantasies that I think about when I hear this song. Jack Johnson is freakin' amazing!! It is hard for me to describe the feelings that this song creates in me so here are a few lines that might do it for me. " If all of these dreams might find their way into my day to day scene, I'd be under the impression I was somewhere in between, with only two, just me and you. Not so many things we got to do or places we got to be, we'll sit beneath the mango tree."
Sunday, March 9, 2008
- Livin' on a Prayer by Bon Jovi: I am torn about this one. It is also one the greatest songs ever but I am not sure that it should be so recklessly exploited by karaoke. It is a tough song to sing and I personally want to throw things at the person butchering it. That being said, most who sing it love Bon Jovi and therefore it is usually a tribute to their greatness. So I cannot agree nor disagree about this selection.
- More Than Yesterday by Spiral Starecase: If you must dedicate a song your beloved at a karaoke bar, please use this one. It is fairly easy to sing, most people know it and will bail you out if you totally suck, and it is a happy paced love song so you can dance around on the stage. The good thing about this is that it has the potential to sound even better when sung terribly. You can't go wrong with this pick and any karaoke bar worth its weight will have it in their collection.
- Anything by The Four Seasons, Neil Diamond, The Doors, Weezer, Billy Idol, or any one-hit wonder from the 80s.