Thursday, 12 September 2013

Songs that Define Me

 
 
 
So, yesterday I saw a post on Kate from Another Clean Slate and she had a really great post up on songs that defined her life. Funny thing is, with my back log of posts to catch up on I didn't see that Helene from Helene In Between had prepped a link up for today. Songs which define me and I must be honest, that's difficult because I love music...  so here's my go at it:
 
 
Los Del Rio - Macarena
This song reminds me of my childhood, I remember watching the song that would be played at my parents' parties and I would hanging out with my childhood friends. PLUS I remember this song from childhood dances trying to remember do the dance. Good Cheese!
 
Gareth Gates - Unchained Melody
I was OBSESSED with Gareth Gates and I had the pleasure of meeting him when he came to South Africa. I remember his concert like it was yesterday. I still get teased for the way I was into him but I don't care, if he came back to SA, I'd be there like a bear ;)
 
Usher - Yeah!
This song reminds me of my matric (or Grade 12) year of High School annnnnnnd whenever I hear it I can't help but sing and dance along.
 
Nelly feat Kelly Rowland - Dilemma
This song reminds me of my weekends with the soccer team. 
 
You'll never walk alone
As a Liverpool fan, this is a natural choice. I find so much comfort in this song.... *sigh*
 
 
 
Galway Girl
While this is not the version that defined a change in my life, my trip to Dublin in 2010, it's one of the songs which were playing and now it's one of my happy songs.
 
 
Avicii - Wake Me Up
This is the song that is perfect for me, right now.
 
 
What songs define you or remind you of moments in your life?
 
 
 

4 comments:

Kate @ Another Clean Slate said...

Glad you linked up! I like your songs and the Macarena always makes me think of school dances.

Helene said...

ahhh avicii!!! he is my life. no really. but this song is so so good.

Natalie Joseph said...

Thanks for reminding me about it! Macarena is a classic childhood song :)

Natalie Joseph said...

He is definitely growing on me! Thanks for the link up - was so much fun!