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Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Tuesday Jams!

Brazen Babe Reviews have this awesome meme called Tuesday Jams where you share a song that you currently love and can't get out of your head (Or in my case, off "repeat" on my iPod). Everyone's welcome to join in, the more the merrier! Be sure to leave your link on their blog post so that others can stop by and see your selection!

So, the one other thing I love just as much as reading? Listening to music! Though the majority of my music is modern country or movie scores, I do listen to a little bit of everything and am always on the look out for more music to add to my collection (You should see my iTunes library, it's HUGE). That's why Tuesday Jams has just become one of my new favorite memes!

Can't get out of my head song(s) this week are: Wild Child by Kenny Chesney feat. Grace Potter.

I loved this song when it first came out earlier this year but it wasn’t until I read Chasing Mr. Wrong by Joya Ryan that I felt the song fit the story that I remembered how much I loved the lyrics of the song and fell in love all over again. It’s a song about a woman who can’t and won’t be tamed and the man singing it says that even though he knows he can’t keep her, he’s still going to love her any way and enjoy the time they have together and that her “Wild Child” ways are part of what makes her so special.

I just love the lyrics and on some level, I can relate to the woman in the song.

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