Not that kind of tingly feeling. Perverts.
Contrary to popular belief, I like music that has nothing to do with the Fab Four. I was thinking about some of them today, after my cry. Who doesn’t really use music to escape? I don’t listen to enough of it these days. I used to have 3000 of my favorite songs on my MP3 player. I gave it to my daughter, because she broke hers. I never replaced it. Besides, what a pain in the ass to reassemble my entire playlist.
Anyways, some songs just send shivers through you.
I have always wondered why someone might be a Rolling Stones fan, instead of a Beatles fan.
But there are people who prefer Mick Jagger to Paul McCartney. I have no idea why, but the proof is in the pudding. Whatever the fuck that means. I could look it up, but I am tired.
The Tingle List
Independence day by Martina McBride
This song reminds me of leaving my ex. The meek shall inherit the earth, bitches.
Because you loved me by Celine Dion
My mom and I danced to this song at my wedding.
Right Down The Line by Gerry Rafferty
You know I need your love
You’ve got that hold over me
Long as I’ve got your love
You know that I’ll never leave
When I wanted you to share my life
I had no doubt in my mind
And it’s been you woman
Right down the line
No explanation needed, I don’t think.
Let it please be him by Vicki Carr
I love to pantomime to this song, with all the drama of waiting for the elusive him to call. Yet, alas, it’s not him. And then I die.
I put a spell on you by CCR
This is a killer jam. I ain’t lyin’.
New kid in town by The Eagles
Glenn Frey’s voice hits just the right notes, inducing tingles.
You got it by Roy Orbison
There are so many more, but now I want to know about you guys. What song gives you the tingles?