As most of you probably know, I'm pretty fond of music. I love to sing. I love to dance. I like classical, choral, oldies, jazz, bluegrass, country, pop, and occassionally even hip-hop. If there's no music playing for long enough, I'll start singing something without even realizing it. (Just ask my scrapbooking lady. I think I pretty well drive her NUTS at crops singing without realizing it. haha)
You know that show, "Don't Forget the Lyrics"? Well, I didn't forget them. I'm a lyrics girl. I can't tell you the chords being used (like the Hubs), who sang it, what year it debuted, or its "B side" (like my Diddy), but if you want to know what they're saying, I can tell you... at least I can tell you what I've always thought they were saying. Generally, I'm right on with lyrics, but occassionally I find a song where I was way off. (Remember this post?)
This all brings me to my new car (I'll really have to do an "I haven't blogged in ages" catch-up soon) and its 3 months of satellite radio. I'm officially addicted to satellite radio. I love the station options, but more importantly, I love being able to hit the "info" button and find out the name of the song and who is singing it. You'd be amazed how many songs you know with titles you'd NEVER recognize.
For instance, do YOU know the name of this song?
It's called "De-Do-Do-Do, De-Da-Da-Da". I mean, it's probably what I'd call it if I were trying to get someone to know what song I was referencing ("You know, that song that goes, "De-do-do-do, de-da-da-da."), but I figured it had some ACTUAL title. Nope.
But I discovered last week that I had the words (and meaning) of a song completely wrong. I saw the name of the song and went, "Oh, well that makes MUCH more sense!!!" Do you know this song?
It's title is "Dawn (Go Away)". I ALWAYS, my whole life, thought it was saying, "Don't Go Away" which always bothered me because in the chorus, to me, it went, "Don't go away! Please go away!" (Dude, make up your mind!) And I always thought it was about some guy who couldn't make up his mind if he wanted this girl or not. (And at the beginning when it says, "They call her Dawn," I always thought it was saying, "They call her doll." I just thought it was affectionate and one of the reasons he was wrestling with his decision - stay or go away.)
I think most people get addicted to satellite radio because of the very specific stations, but for me, it's that "info" button. Now when I'm listening to the plain old radio, I'm constantly pressing "info" and getting irritated that it won't work. ;)
Love & Shipoopies,