Monday, February 06, 2006

Music to fall in love to














Hey y'all

I'm tickled pink to be blogging today. I sat for a bit and
thought on what to blog about and you know, I have to admit,
my first thought was the
one I ended up with.

Music.

I have to admit, I have a love affair with country music,
country musicians, country men with those tight jeans and
hats and bedroom eyes and pretty
chests and...

*ahem*

*shakes head from visions of Tim and Kenny
and Keith and Chris and...*

Uh. Where was I?

Right.

Music to have a love affair to.

I admit, my picks'll be country in flavor,
but I'm dying to hear what music y'all listen to
when you want to seduce, be seduced, fall in love. Hump
like wild beasts. Even heal after a breakup.
I love to find new songs to learn to fall in love with.
For instance, this weekend, I heard the new Garth
Brooks and Trisha Yearwood song, Love Will Always Win,
and just melted as all the cowboys in my head started
dancing away.

So, share your music picks with me and I'll do the
same. By the end of the day? One lucky blogger will
get a sparkly pink makeup bag, a compact, a lip
gloss and a cell phone cover a la my diva, Chastity,
in All that Glitters

Here, I'll start - Early Relationship Songs:

"Look at You Girl" by Chris LeDoux -
Oh, pure cowboy. Honest, sweet, pure.
"The Chair" by George Strait -
Man, King George can sit with me *anyday*.
"Look Heart, No Hands" by Randy Travis -
this is the cute boy-next-door
song, isn't it?

More later! BA ~

13 Comments:

Blogger Dee said...

I started listening to country when rock stations began playing stuff with words I couldn't understand and the music threatened to break my eardrums. I stayed with it because I love it.

Of course, I can't think of any specific songs right now that you've asked... Most anything by George Strait is wonderful. When I can think of actual songs, lol, I'll post again.

Dee
www.deesknight.com

10:55 AM  
Blogger Dakota Cassidy said...

Ooooooooooh, George. Love him. Love check yes or no -- Baby blue.

I love all sorts of music in every genre. My honeybunny makes fun of me, cuz if it was on the radio at any given time and I heard it once then, usually, I can sing the lyrics.

I do it all the time without even realizing. I was raised on a lot of Engelbert, Tom, Elvis, Glenn Miller, Mathis ect. Many Broadway show tunes.

I'm a HUGE Tom Jones fan. However, my most fav would be Barry Manilow. Oy, he has a song for every season in my life. LOL

I write a lot to Ravel and Andre with the long last name I can't spell so I won't try. My fav classical tune is a Theme on Pagnini (SP?). I just love that. It soothes me...

Country--I'm a Rascal Flats, Lonestar, Randy Travis (hard rock bottom, baby),Sara Evans kind of girl. I like so much of it, I could never list it all.

I like rap too. Snoop, 50 cent, J'kwon, Chris Brown, Ciara.

Sigh--I've gone long, eh? LOL

Let's just call me eclectic, cuz I did it all.

Oh and all time fav love song? Brian McKnights--ONE. Big, girly sigh. LOL

Dakota :)

12:14 PM  
Blogger Jennifer Y. said...

I am very much a country music fan. I haven't heard the new one by Garth and Trisha though, but I loved their old duet "In Another's Eyes".

I love Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, Jimmy Wayne, and many, many more.

Most of the songs that I really like are more breakup/leaving songs...Not sure what that says about me LOL. Several songs stick out to me as great breakup or falling-in-love songs:
Faith Hill's latest (a breakup song)..."Like We Never Loved at All"
I also liked Faith's "If I'm Not in Love with You" off her Breathe Album.
George Strait's "Baby Blue"
Rascal Flatt's "I'm Moving On"
Billy Dean's "Somewhere in My Broken Heart" (I melt every time I hear him sing)
Tim McGraw's "It's Your Love"
and many, many more!!!

I could probably go on and on, but I'll leave room for others...LOL.

-Jennifer Y.

1:16 PM  
Blogger robynl said...

That pink is looking real pretty!
I'd be tickled pink, too, if I won that.
I love country music-Paul Brandt, Alabama, The Oak Ridge Boys and on and on.
Sonny James' YOUNG LOVE is an awesome song.
Alabama's FEELS SO RIGHT, SHE & I,
THE CLOSER YOU GET : oh I love these songs.
Yanni is good listening music for slow moves, sensuous .... you get my drift.

1:17 PM  
Blogger bamabelle said...

I love all types of music, but country is my favorite. I love George Strait, Kenny Chesney, and Tim McGraw. I saw Tim McGraw in concert, and he puts on the best show! I also, much like Dakota, enjoy r&b and rap. I even listen to classical on occassion. It really depends on my mood at that time.
Hugs

1:33 PM  
Blogger Meljprincess said...

I don't really like to hear music while I'm doin' it cause it breaks my concentration. I just wanna hear sex noises. But, I like to listen to Sade, Luther Vandross (A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME will tear you up!), Garbage, music from Cirque du Soleil, and 80's tunes in the company of a fine, young stud. Good music to listen to after a breakup? Anything by Joni Mitchell. Love her! And, definitely country. I like that song WHEN I SAID I DO by Clint Black.

Dakota, I saw Tom Jones live in Lubbock, Texas years ago. Women were throwin' their panties and stuff on the stage. lol!

2:22 PM  
Blogger Rae Morgan said...

Okay, I see a trend here -- country music. Sigh, I am a metal chick. Love Metallica. Love Aerosmith. Love Guns & Roses. Love some of the new guys -- Breaking Benjamin, Staind, Evanescence, well, you get the picture. My son said the guys in his dorm have voted me "coolest mom" since I share my CDs with them for their iPods. LOL

Rae

3:02 PM  
Anonymous Cherie said...

I love to listen to music from the 50's and 60's, probably due to hearing my father play it so much in the car when I was growing up in the 70's. I love listening to classic rock such as Fleetwood Mac, Journey, etc. Songs that reflect my emotions are Ain't No Sunshine by Al Jarreau. Definitely, a breakup song. I Swear by Boys II Men always reminds me of my wedding days. Witchy Woman by the Eagles reminds me of the first year hubby and I were married. I did a very sexy dance to that song for him while wearing a sexy red satin chemise. Rainy Days and Mondays by The Carpenters always seems to reflect my mood when I feel down.

3:55 PM  
Blogger Amy S. said...

"Just to Hear You Say That You Love Me" by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

4:28 PM  
Blogger snowflake said...

LeAnn Rimes's "How Do I Live Without You" or Savage Garden's "Truly Madly Deeply" for falling deeply in love.
"Tell Him" by Celine Dion and Barbara Streisand when you're having that secret crush.
Faith Hill's "This Kiss" for getting in the mood for kissing.

8:07 PM  
Blogger KimW said...

I'm a big country music fan, too. I also like pop and ahhh....disco. Am I showing my age. haha! I like "Who Wouldn't Want to Be Me" by Keith Urban. I think that should be renamed "Who Wouldn't Want to Be WITH Me". He's hot! I also like "Just Might (Make Me Believe)" by Sugarland. I could go on and on. There are so many good songs out today. None, though, that I'd like to do it to. LOL

9:00 PM  
Blogger Vanessa Hart said...

God, I loved Chris Ledoux. So sad that he died. He sang so many love songs and they were dedicated to his wife. **sigh**

Nessie

9:19 PM  
Blogger Kayelle Allen said...

Sorry gang, but I'm with rae - gimme NIN, INXS, Metallica, Joan Jett, Rammstein, Nirvana...

Can't do "Twang twang ya'll" songs. Makes me itch all over. Gotta have thunderous drums and wailin guitars, lots of synth and hard beats.

I was always the 'cool mom' too. I recently let them have all my CDs because I'm the one with an iPod.

Sad but true, at my house you're likely to hear, "Mom! Turn down that music!" LOL

10:30 PM  

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