Thursday, August 7, 2008

Tag, I'm It!

I was tagged by cutie patootie Preppy Pearl Girl to list my 5 most embarrassing song choices! Here it goes!

The rules:
1. Link to the person who tagged you and post the rules on your blog.
2. Share 5 songs you are embarrassed to admit to others that you like and tell why.
3. Tag 5 random people at the end of post and include links to their blogs.
4. Let each person know they've been tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.

I had trouble figuring out which of my favorite songs were embarrassing because honestly, I am not all that embarrassed. I'm sure you are reading this and thinking, "um, you should be though!" I didn't list anything by my two favorite groups, Barenaked Ladies and Indigo Girls. But if you consider that embarrassing, just go ahead and add another two dozen songs to my list. So in no particular order, here's my list.... Enjoy!

1. Something In Red by Lorie Morgan
2. Puff the Magic Dragon by Peter Paul and Mary
3. Starry Starry Night by Josh Groban
4. O Holy Night. I seriously sing this all year long. I love it! Preferably by a male tenor voice (like my boy Josh) but I feel no shame singing it at the top of my lungs mid summer either. Because I'm cool like that.
5. That's the Way It Is by Celine Dion

I think most of y'all have done this tag already but if you haven't and want to, please consider yourself tagged. It's a fun little post!!

**Update....because I know you are sitting on the edge of your seats just wondering if I will come up with more dorky music to list.... I forgot to mention that I love LOVE Celtic music. I have seen every Celtic/Irish anything on PBS. Like three times. And then I buy the CD's. You must be thinking, "are you Irish PPC?" Nope. Not a drop. But it never gets old and always makes me smile.

1 comment:

lml said...

I love Puff the Magic Dragon! When I was little, my dad would to sing it to me every night before bed. I used to get SO angry and upset at school when kids would say it was about smoking pot!

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