1. Paolo Nutini - These Streets
I quite like this song. Paolo Nutini is probably one of the better artists on my iTunes register. Most times I have to skip through a lot of songs just to get to a good song. But lets not curse this Shuffle shall we.
2. The Blues Brothers - Jailhouse
This songs is just so, so, so fantastic. The Blues Brothers are one of the best bands I've ever heard. And they're film was quite funny too, the second one not so much. I adored the Saxophone player in The Blues Brother. He was cool.
3. Michael Nyman - The Promise
I love this song. It's just piano with a bit of strings in the background which I find fantastic. I want to play this piece so much. I saw the sheet music for the whole album for maybe £16, bit to out of my price range, and according to Lorna (My piano teacher) it's very hard to play too because each hand accents at different times or something like that.
4. Black Eyed Peas - They Don't Want Music
I won't lie. I did quite like there old album of Monkey Business, especially Gone Going which featured Jack Johnson. That song is definately high up in my song favourites.
5. The Killers - Mr. Brightside
This song brings up both bad and good memories. I listened to The Killers a lot when I was going through some bad times so it reminds me of said emotions I felt then, which happens a lot when I listen to music.
Mylifeisaverage.com and it went a bit like this:
about how she just got a job at a good company
and how she was so succesful and I wasn't.
I own the company she is working for. MLIA.
What I'm trying to say is, things may be bad now, but in the future you may be the richest person in the world. If they're mocking you for who you are, be proud of it. They're mocking you because you're different and people who are different go further than you average Joe.