This used to be my absolute favorite back in the day, so that explains why it’s in the three digits on my iTunes play count.
I give you, “Work,” by Jimmy Eat World. It’s off of their album, “Futures,” circa 2004.
I’m not even ashamed of my 14-year-old self.
This is a prime example of why I believe (know!) I was born in the wrong time.
The song at the top of the charts when I was born was “It Must Have Been Love” by Roxette. Never heard of it? I’m not surprised. In no way do I expect you to watch this entire music video. I myself only made it to about the 54 second mark, but it must be shared, so here you go:
Sigh. Why couldn’t I have been born in 1971 when “Maggie May” was number one? (I do believe it was number one in the U.K., not America, but that’s another issue entirely).
If you take nothing else away from the video above, at least take a brief moment to chuckle at the hair and clothes. Oh, the 90s.
A little over a year ago, I did a 30 Days of Music Challenge, a project where I posted a song each day in response to a question.
Once wasn’t enough, because I’m bringing it back, kiddies! With a different set of questions, of course. And it all begins momentarily…
Won't be necessary, I promise.