30-Day Song Challenge [2]

I lumped the first two days together and now I see that lots of the consecutive days have themes that go together (for me). Days 3 and 4 definitely do, so I’m doing them here in this poast.

A song that reminds me of summertime is the Motels “Suddenly Last Summer.”

(Note: I knew this was an old movie with Elizabeth Taylor, but I’ve never seen it. Out of curiosity, I just went and read the Wiki summary. Whoa. Btw, if you use Wikipedia frequently, as I do, kick in a few bucks during their pledge drive. I did.)


Generally, I don’t mind being reminded of heartbreak because I harvest all that kind of stuff for my writing. In fact, I was in a bit of a lull until my last painful experience, which was so bad I’m now good to go for the rest of my life on it, like those turkey leftovers that just won’t quit. It helped me reignite all the past heartbreaks too, so now I have a huge pile of feelings to draw from and don’t need any further meatspace experiences (eesh).

That said, there is someone I would rather forget, and there’s a Motels song to remind me of this.


15 responses to “30-Day Song Challenge [2]

  1. What a great Idea. I am going to play along with this, if I may. šŸ™‚

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  3. Enjoyed your songs here! The lyrics are really meaningful and heart felt.

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  4. Love that song too!! šŸ™‚

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  5. Dang! These songs take me back! Love it! šŸ™‚

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  8. Good songs. I can relate!

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