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Category Archives: Music
During Christmas break while almost everyone is having their break and the few deservings were still reporting for duty, my officemate gave me a copy of Sara Bareilles’ What’s Inside: Songs from Waitress album. It was only this week that … Continue reading
The first time I watched 3 Idiots, I was on my fourth year in college, if I remember it correctly. That was almost 3 years ago already. I remember putting the movie’s OST in my phone the night before my … Continue reading
Yes, I am talking about Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift’s song. When I first heard this song, I was like “Oh, another TSwift song. Okay.” And then when I actually listen to it, this certain line caught my whole being: … Continue reading
The first thing that I noticed in this movie is the songs. It’s just something that caught me. I had to say though, that while watching the movie, I was checking Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. I had to rewind some … Continue reading
I just have to share this. Literally angels’ voices in my ears. Oh, Libera. Got to go. I just need to share this. Next time will be much better.
I do love making my playlist on a shuffle, especially when I’m doing something, or walking, and traveling. Making my player decide on which song to play next thrills me! Haha Because I usually just play the entire album or … Continue reading
When I wrote this entry, my mind was telling me there’s a song that’s telling “I’m here”. It bugged me every day after that post, and I didn’t know how to find it. Later, I realized I’m probably thinking of … Continue reading
How do I begin to tell you about this? So yesterday I was in the supermarket. (Yes, grocery shopping is my second favorite type of shopping. First is definitely book shopping.) Anyway, upon entering the supermarket, I heard a song … Continue reading
I think this is quite obvious now for the few songs I’ve posted here. I just love sad songs, I swear. Even when I’m happy, I still listen to sad songs. Probably, now, one of the reasons I’ve been attached … Continue reading