While scrolling through the internet, I found some interesting music related questionnaires. Time to make a personal post and answer these some questions!
Yellow is definitely a song that I like. The way the lyrics describes the love for the girl with using metaphors with yellow is wonderful. It is hard to think about a song with a number in the title, so l did a Spotify search. Of course I end up with The 1975 and their ’12’ song. There are so many songs that remind me of summertime, but ‘Year of Summer’ by Wildstylez and Geusenbroek is the main summerfeeling giver. ‘A song about someone you rather forget about’ haha oh no, do not go down that route, but I have to say ‘Separate’ by PVRIS. ‘I Love It’ by Icona Pop and Charlie XCX makes my volume go wild.
While the last song mentioned also makes me dance, is ‘The Night We Met’ (yes context related) a good song to drive to. ‘It’s Not Living When It’s Not With You’ by the 1975 may seem like a very romantic hit, but is sadly about heroine addiction. The 1975 makes me always happy and so does their song ‘Give Yourself a Try’. There are many songs that make me sad but the winner of this is ‘Dat ik je mis’ by Maaike Ouboter.
I’ll never get tired of ‘Robbers’ by The 1975 (yes again this band) and definitely a song from my preteen years is ‘Live Like We are Young’ by One Direction. Cliche but true, ‘Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go’ by WHAM! Is my 80ties song. To talk about my wedding, I hope to hear ‘Listen To Your Heart’ by Roxette. Talking about Swedisch Popstars, my favourite cover is ‘Dancing On My Own’ by Calum Scott.
My favourite classical song right now is ‘Fantasy in F minor’ by Schubert. I’m still hoping to sing ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ by Gotye as a karoake duet one day. A song from the year I am born is ‘I Dont Want To Miss A Thing’ by Aerosmith and the song ‘Breathe Me’by Sia makes me think about life. Last but not least, ‘My Heart Will Go On’ by Celine Dion has many meanings to me.
Taken these twenty songs together, you can see that my ‘special’ songs are very popcliche related. Of course, The 1975 still takes an important place in my musical heart too.