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Favorite Songs...

I grew up in Southern Indiana, so the music there was always on country, so I never really listened to anything else.

As I got older I started to listen to more genres of music. I also started to watch MTV's TRL (Total Request Live), does anyone else remember that show? I started to expand my horizons.

Now I would say I listen to an eclectic style of music. On my iPod I listen to anything from bluegrass to hard rock/screamo. Most of the time I fall listening to somewhere in between.

Some of our favorite songs are:

  1. Goodnight Moon, Why I'm Home, Go to Hell- Jason Lancaster (formerly of Mayday Parade, now he is the lead singer for Go Radio). We really love anything by Jason, especially his acoustic stuff on YouTube. 
  2. Make You Feel My Love- Adele: I just really love this song! It's so simple and pretty to listen to.
  3. Cruise- Florida Georgia Line: This really just makes me want to dance and look like an idiot while driving my car down the road!
  4. Wagon Wheel- Old Crow Medicine Band: I really like listening to my husband sing this song, he absolutely could put this on repeat
  5. We Can't Stop- Boyce Avenue & Bea Miller (cover of Miley Cyrus): Have you ever heard Boyce Avenue? They got famous on YouTube for covering other artists songs. 
  6. 1000 Years- Boyce Avenue (cover of Christina Perry): This is such a pretty song to listen to, I also always thing about the Twilight movies after hearing this!
  7. I'll Be- Edwin McCain: This song was what we danced to at our wedding. It will always hold a special place in my heart.
I have a ton of other songs that I put on repeat sometimes, but these are some of my favorite songs!

Until next time,

Kara


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