Day 8, full of karaoke tracks, childhood dance parties, and teenage mockery... awesome!
Song #79: chai-ka-tuek chai-ka-tuek chat-ka-tak chai-ka-tak yangn-gai-ko-mai-ru
Song 71: Vengaboys - We Like To Party
This was also from "HitList," my go-to show for new music. It had horns, the beat was dancey, of course I would love it. Also, it has a fantastic message: we like to party, we like, we like to party...
Who doesn't like to party? Especially on a bus ;"D
Song 72: Foster The People - Don't Stop (Color On The Walls)
In comes this band: I didn't like their first single one bit. That intro is creepy, and the message was remorse. So when they released other tracks, I was shocked - I liked them much better than their first.
This is pump-up music, extremely comedic, and light-hearted. Improvement indeed.
Song 73: Amerie - 1 Thing (Siik Remix)
Hitch,"and it became one of my favourite movies... all due to this song.
Cue in the mash-up, and it's up in my list! Not sure where it stands, but that's not the point. If the original weren't perfect, the different beat gives such a lounge-mood, and the violins, oh THE VIOLINS.
There are masterminds when it comes to mixing... hopefully I can make something near as good to this - this 1 Thing I don't want to fight.
Song 74: Stacie Orrico - I Promise
Though I don't have my favourite song of hers in this list (gasp!), I must say her songs got better after each release. She can sing anything, including ballads.
An optimistic love song, saying that they'll be there for you no matter what... I like that, gives me hope and the warm fuzzy feeling inside.
Song 75: Julie Andrews - A Spoonful Of Sugar
Has anyone ever tried eating a spoonful of sugar after taking their medicine? Never thought of it, but somehow it flows when singing along to this song. Whoever penned this song had wonderful thoughts.
I adore this scene, I practiced snapping so that I could clean up that way - only nannies have that power.
Song 76: Ilene Woods & Rhoda Williams - Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale
Well, you could say it's a duet/competition to see who has the better vocals, Cinderella or her step-sister. I think you know who won this battle. Beautiful melody, and it simplicity makes it astounding.
Song 77: Spice Girls - Stop
The catchiest of them all, but I don't think it was their best video. Every weekend, my cousins and I would sing along and dance to this song... as a form of amusing ourselves. Never once did we feel silly. I still don't feel silly when this song comes on...even in the club on 90s night.
Song 78: Ke$ha - TiK ToK
This is my performance song, I even want to do a cover (hopefully soon) with a bunch of other songs in it - that'll have to wait. High energy and a crowd pleasing song, you can't help but feel satisfied after having a good time.
Song 79: Four Mod - Love Love
My cousins are half Thai, and they bring back all this wonderful music when they come back on vacation. I usually like what they show me, but this one has got to be the most adorable one so far!
Two girls singing a love song, shooting their love guns all around town in the video, what could go wrong? Plus, their love interest has my old mobile phone. Bonus points!
Song 80: Shawn Desman - Let's Go
My friend wasn't a fan of this single, and he would always mock it when it came on TV - it was hilarious, especially when he plays on what looks like a bigger version of Dance Dance Revolution d":
But I like it - it was so crunk in my time.