Music, Song Lyrics, Tunes

Song Lyric Sunday: A Million Dreams

Last month, I had the greatest joy of seeing The Greatest Showman (2017)Not once, but twice!

Of course, I loved the music. I grew up listening to musicals, so this was like a loving welcome back into that world again. And the characters were, oh, so relatable. Continue reading “Song Lyric Sunday: A Million Dreams”

Music, Review

Throwback Thursday: Goo Goo Dolls

⭐ ⭐ ⭐ and a half

If anything good came out of my first ever relationship with my ex-boyfriend, it would be that he got me into the Goo Goo Dolls.

He tried to get me into other bands, like the Foo Fighters, but they never stuck.

The Goos – as he called them – did.

I don’t know if it was because I had a huge aesthetic crush on Johnny Rzeznick at the time, or if it was genuinely because they made good music.

But they stuck.

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Song Lyrics

Song Lyric Sunday: You Belong To Me

I’ll take the night train

I’ll take an airplane

Cuz you belong to me

I just wanna say

Not gonna let you get away

Cuz you belong to me

I wanna hold you

I wanna hold you

– You Belong To Me by Bryan Adams


Music, Opinion, Review

Concert Review: Bryan Adams

⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

On Tuesday 26 July 2016, I went to what was perhaps the best live concert I have ever been to in my life: Bryan Adams at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre for one night only.

It was such an amazing, beautiful, and surreal night. I’ve seen Bryan Adams (BA) in concert a few times in my life, and this was the best I had ever seen him perform! He completely revamped all his classic songs, added in new ones from the new album “Get Up”, and a couple of covers, and gave countless of solo acoustic encores when the main set was over, which was such an incredible treat. He was so amazingly generous by singing to us for over three hours!

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Analysis, Music

Throwback Thursday: Wonderwall

It’s one of those successful songs that have stood the test of time.

Wonderwall has a cult classic song. Released in 1995 by British band Oasis, as part of their (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? album, it now serves a slice of Britpop nostalgia for people in my generation.

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