Three Songs

 

Have you ever listened to a song thought to your self “dang I really liked that song” and later on you realize you will never be able to get that song out of your head?  Well, these are my top 3 songs that I love and can never get out of my head.

The first song that I can never get out of my head is Classic by MKTO.  I like this song because it has a good beat to it and the lyrics mean a lot to me.  MKTO starts by saying that this girl is very beautiful or full of life. He compares her to a 5th Avenue diamond. 5th Avenue is one of New York City’s major points of interest and the area has been consistently ranked as one of the most prestigious and expensive areas in the US. A diamond from this address is most likely to be exquisite in design, expensive and hefty in weight, just like this girl.  In the chorus, MKTO says “You’re over my head, I’m out of my mind, Thinking I was born in the wrong time, One of a kind, living in a world gone plastic, Baby, you’re so classic.”  What that says to me is that there is this girl and he knows he will never be as good as her and that she is so perfect.  In the song, MKTO says “This world might have gone crazy”, what that means to me is that the world would have gone crazy if the person he is righting the son about was not there.  After those lines, MKTO sings “The way you saved me, who could blame me when I just wanna make you smile”.  According to MKTO, this girl saved him at a point when he was in dire need and because of that he would do or say anything to make her happy in gratitude, regardless of what the rest of the world has to say.  This song is a classic and will always be loved by many people.  

I want it that way.”  Don’t we all get caught up saying that?  Well, if you have not I bet you have thought sometime in your life that you wanted something, that way.  In 1999, the Backstreet Boys came out with a huge hit.  the Backstreet Boys got 3 different music video awards for their song.  I really like this song because it really has a good tune to it.  This song can put you in a good mood even if you are mad.  “You are my fire, The one desire, Believe when I say, I want it that way” is the start of the song and what think it means this guy is deeply in love, after that he sings “But we are two worlds apart
Can’t reach to your heart, When you say, That I want it that way” I think that means the other “lover” is not happy with him and she is not happy.  Tell me why Ain’t nothin’ but a heartache, Tell me why, Ain’t nothin’ but a mistake, Tell me why I never want to hear you say, I want it that way”  the writer of the song does not want to hear the girl say that they are not in love with him anymore. This song is just overall amazing and will always be.  The song has been stuck on people’s heads for about 20 years.  I have a feeling it will still be around by the time I am 50.

The and final song I can never get out of my head is “Even though I am leaving” by Luke Combs.  This song is meaning full and it is definitely more sensitive than most.  I like this song because it is a country song and it has a really good meaning.  Luke Combs wrote this song because he is going to be a dad soon, and he knows that one day he will have to leave his child.  “Keep me safe ’cause there are monsters right outside” he always wants to keep his future safe and protected, “And you can’t see me in the middle of the night” this means, though he is leaving there will be a day he has to say good buy.”  “He’s got a big old plane that’s gonna take me far away” the big plane that is going to take him far away is symbolizing “heaven”, he says that he won’t be back and that he loves his child.  This song I very sad and sensitive but overall it is a good song and when I listen to it I can never get it out of my head.

All of this song I love so much and for some reason, I can never get them out of my head.  I love these songs because they all make me feel happy and sad in some kind of way. All of these songs are deferentially going to be around for a long time and one of them has been around for 20 years, and I still hear people sing it all the time.

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