This week's peek at my iPod goes back to my high school days - and a few before. When I first got my iPod there were several songs that I couldn't wait to download. Some of them withstood the test of time and were just as great as I remembered them being. Others...not so much.
Here's a few that were just as great to me!
Donny Iris - "Ah Leah." I had this song on an 8-track and it was stolen out of my car while I was parked at the high school for a football game. A big - HUGE - clue that I was dating the wrong guy should have come at the point where he made a few phone calls, found out who had broken into my car, went to his house and got my 8-track player back and found out where the tapes had all been dumped.
I didn't get the clue. I married him a few years later. Stupid. Stupid. Stupid.
But you know what, it was worth it because I got Son #1 out of it (who will be 23 on Saturday) so it wasn't all bad! I can't exactly say the same thing for this video. LOL
Speaking of Son #1-he's not a big Elton John fan, but he really likes Tiny Dancer
While I loved Elton John's version of "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me" I really, really love his duet of it with George Michael.
Wow...this song takes me back to band class, watching the drummers drum along with it. One drummer in particular always held my rapt attention when he was playing along with this song. LOL Mmmmm....mmmmm...mmmm...
I couldn't embed the link for "Queen's Fat Bottomed Girls," but the link below will take you to it if you want to watch it. It always cracks me up when Kidlet (who is 14) sings along with this song. I keep waiting for the day when he really completely understands what he's singing!
I couldn't find a video for this one either but I love, love, love Ted Nugent's "Free For All"
So how about you, any songs that you loved in high school that you just had to download onto your iPod? Was it as great as you rememebered?