Mix Tape Autobiography

                                                     Mix Tape Autobiography

These are all songs that I love that have a special significance–either to my present or past life.  Most can be found on YouTube or iTunes.  I hope you enjoy them.  They are in no particular order, although the first song is probably from the most distant past.  You might guess where “Little Bird” fits in, and “Buckets of Rain.”

I Can’t Get Over You–Linda Ronstadt & Ann Savoy
Passenger–Lisa Hannigan
Only a Woman’s Heart Can Know–Eleanor McAvoy & Mary Black
Little Bird–Laura Marling
Buckets of Rain–Neko Case
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore–Lina Romay
Life Ain’t Easy–Dr. Hook
Up on the Mountain–Dr. Hook
The One Who Loves You the Most–Brett Dennen
Take the Night Off–Laura Marling
Long Way Home–Tom Waits
Breathe–Laura Marling
Better than Love–Griffin House
Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)–Janis Joplin
Where Can I Go?–Laura Marling
How to Love–Christina Grimmie
Looking for Someone–Sarah Slean
Somewhere in Mexico–The Tall Boys
Keep Me in Your Heart–Warren Zevon
Faithfully–Clem Snide
Goin’ Down Slow–Blinddog Smokin’
Hold On–Alabama Shakes
One of the Brightest Stars–James Blunt

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Mix Tape Masterpiece.” You make a new friend. Make them a mix tape (or playlist, for the younger folks) that tells them who you are through song.

12 thoughts on “Mix Tape Autobiography

    1. lifelessons Post author

      I did it once and forgot to save and lost it, so probably lost some. I have a friend who sends me the most fabulous music. Many of these are ones he introduced into my life and at least one of them is actually about him!

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  1. lifelessons Post author

    Patti–I see The King and I is playing on Broadway…You could hear “Peachy Peachy” sung right!!! I’ll buy you the tickets if you want to go!!! xox

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  2. Pingback: Biographical Mixed Tape Play List, Now with Links!!! | lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown

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