i do music things with my butterfly wings.



Eli Paperboy Reed “Come And Get It”

Every time I hear this song I want to get up and dance. A nice #tbt that sounds like it’s even #tbt-er than it really is (the single was released in 2010, not the 1960’s.)


Simon and Garfunkel “Blues Run the Game”

Dude. These two. Happy Throwback Thursday.

Simon & Garfunkel “The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin Groovy)”

A sweet, short little throwback of a song. Brilliant.


Rod Stewart “The Motown Song”

Yep. Pretty sure I could listen to this song a million times in a row and never EVER get sick of it. #throwbackgold

SWV “Weak”

Holy Throwback Thursday. You are welcome.

Britney Spears “That’s Where You Take Me” 

Oh good ole Britney. I forgot about this song until recently. It was never a standout single but now thinking back, it might actually be one of my favorites.

Go West “Faithful”


Oh the 90’s. There was just something about that decade. Music was more fun back then. And “Faithful” is no exception. This song is one hell of a good time.

Cat Stevens “Don’t Be Shy”

About a month or so ago I saw the movie We Bought A Zoo starring Matt Damon. It’s since become one of my favorites.

Now, I’m a sucker for good music in a movie, hence my interest with music supervision. And We Bought A Zoo was definitely an ear pleaser. The original score by Jonsi is brilliantly interspersed with gems like Bon Iver’s “Holocene” and this one by Cat Stevens. “Don’t Be Shy” was featured on the day Benjamin Mee (played by Matt Damon) and his two children move into their new home aka their new zoo. The song was perfect in the scene and I instantly became a fan of the track. It’s got that music-my-parents-like thing going on and I love every minute of it.

Funny thing is, I’m totally shy. It’s like Cat’s singing to me. Ha!

The Feeling “Never Be Lonely”

This is a fun one, if you don’t take the lyrics too seriously. Especially if you’re single (like me). But I honestly think the overall message is just to surround yourself around people you love and who love you. And then, you’ll never be lonely.

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