10 songs for confinement. (#2)
The 30 Day Song Challenge, Part 2
So… how are we doing? Honest answers only, please.
I, personally, have just about had enough. The confinement in France was extended (yet again) until May 11th… minimum… and I must admit, my motivation to work and create and, um… exist… isn’t especially high at the moment. Or even really present at all. Whatever.
Oh… and in case you were wondering, yes, being trapped inside as a photographer does totally suck! I’ve been experimenting with self portraits (that’s fancy for “selfies”), as well as shooting a bit around my neighborhood and in my apartment. As far as school and work go, I’ve been slowly but surely chipping away at my final spring semester assignments, and teaching English via Skype a few days a week.
So, yeah. In spite of everything, I’ve surprisingly managed to be relatively productive at the moment, ticking shit off my “to-do” list everyday, one item at a time.
And I compiled the second installment of my “30 day song challenge” series. Catch part 1 right on over here.
A song you never get tired of
Winner: Love Story, Taylor Swift
Runner up: Bedrock, Young Money
A song from your preteen years
Winner: Stay Beautiful, Taylor Swift
Runner up: California Gurls, Katy Perry ft. Snoop Dogg
A song you like from the ’70s
Winner: Tiny Dancer, Elton John
Runner up: Hotel California, the Eagles
A song you’d love to be played at your wedding
Winner: Lover, Taylor Swift
Runner up: Teenage Dream, Glee Cast Version
A song you like that’s a cover by another artist
Winner: Drops of Jupiter, Taylor Swift
Runner up: Doin’ Time, Lana Del Rey
A song that’s a classic favorite (well, my definition of “classic”)
Winner: …Baby One More Time, Britney Spears
Runner up: Stacy’s Mom, Fountains of Wayne
A song you’d sing a duet with someone on karaoke
Winner: Start of Something New, Troy & Gabriella
Runner up: We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, Taylor Swift
A song from the year you were born
Winner: My Heart Will Go On, Céline Dion
Runner up: None…
A song that makes you think about life
Winner: Summer of ’69, Bryan Adams
Runner up: Your Heart Is a Muscle, Carly Rae Jepsen
A song that has many meanings to you
Runner up: Perfect Places, Lorde
Runner up: Be OK, Ingrid Michaelson
Continue taking care, ok? xx