34. A song can offer hope, when very little else can. “How The Day Sounds” by Greg Laswell (yes that’s Elijah Wood.)
35. I try SO HARD not to like some songs and then find myself singing along. “E.T.” by Katy Perry.
36. Sometimes you need more-than-makeout music. “This Is Hardcore” by Pulp.
37. My mom and I like to share music. Maybe it’s genetic. “We Are The Tide” by Blind Pilot.
38. Some songs are timeless and I can love new music as much as I love songs that came out decades before I was born. “Across the Universe” by The Beatles.
39. Some songs transcend genre and style and just speak to your heart. “Beautiful” by Christina Aguilera.
40. Sometimes I have no clue what a song means, but I love it just the same. “Rebellion (Lies)” by Arcade Fire.
41. Even bands I generally don’t like have songs worth a listen or ten. “Aberdeen” by Cage the Elephant.
42. Sometimes you need a drunk sing-a-long song. “Possum Kingdom” by The Toadies (Replace “Do you wanna die?” with “Do you want champagne?” Viola!)
43. I have fallen in love listening to the corniest, dorkiest, ashamed-I-listen-to-it-est song ever. “Hey There Delilah” by Plain White T’s.
44. Everyone needs a stripper song. “Felicia” by The Constellations.