Thanks to Feng, I am enjoying the pleasure of writing about my current playlist. I have always been a song person and I have a song for every mood I have. You'll see so much of my personality in my songs of choice Here it goes:
2. Somewhere over the Rainbow music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Again, another classic. The song played during the rolling of the credits in the movie Meet Joe Black. I've seen a few other films which included it in its musical score. I love the guitar rendition the most. I have always played the song in my mind, always calms my thoughts.
3. I Offer My Life by Claire Cloninger and Don Moen. I have a confession to make: I always cry when I sing this song. It's my ultimate prayer actually, total submission and admission of my fallibility as a human being. Singing it humbles me down all the time. I’ve been schooled and raised a Catholic. But after college, I was practically on my own which is why every chance I have in professing my faith, I pour my heart into it.
4. La Vie en Rose by Edith Piaf. I've been listening to Michael Buble lately and I accidentally downloaded this song both the instrumental and the one with the lyrics. I’ve heard it many times before especially Sundays when my dad would tune in to the classics on the radio. It's playful, that's what I like about it. When I feel jovial, I would sing and change the lyrics to wing… wing wing wing wing wing wing, wing wing wing wing wing wing… mimicking a violin string being strung. The lyrics are in French or something and since I don’t memorize it, I do my own interpretation of the song. Silly huh?
5. Biyahe Tayo! Lyrics by Rene Nieva. It’s the Department of Tourism jingle which was sang by various artists.
6. I'll Be Seeing You written by Sammy Fain, the lyrics by Irving Kahal. One of my more morbid choices really. Again from my Michael Buble collection. It’s my song for my dad actually. Although he is gone, he’s still very much alive to me. This song reminds me of our good ole days together.
7. I Love You You Love Me popular song by Gary Glitter. Yes, it's from the Barney Cartoon Show. I never really liked Barney until my son got hooked to it. Barney haunted us for quite sometime. Thank goodness Boz outgrew it and we’re now able to see something else on TV! But if there is something that we haven't outgrown it’s this song. Boz loves it and he asks me to sing it with him at times and he likes it when I hug him real real tight at the end of the song.
So there goes my 7. I’m tagging along my friends Alvie, Tintin, Shella and May to do the same!