If there is a song that I won’t ever get sick of, it’s extremely rare. As a dancer, I listen to music all practice long. Coreo music, warmup music, all kinds of music. Therefore I’ve listened to a lot of different kinds of music in one night, for 8 hours a night. The songs that I don’t get tired of are the songs that give good vibes and I can relate to them. If I can relate and they give me good vibes I normally don’t get tired of them unless they are overplayed. Even then I still tend to listen to the song after I’m tired of it because I’m weird that way.
An example of one song that tends to give me good vibes and is Sunday best by surfaces. ‘Feelin Good’ is one of the repeated phrases in the song/chorus. When the musicians created a certain beat as well as describing how good he feels it makes me feel as good as he does. Another line he sings is ‘Feelin blessed never stressed’. All the positive messages he brings makes me feel positive as well, which is why I will never get sick of this song.
My contemporary solo song is also another one I will absolutely never get tired of. Lost in the moment- NF, Andreas moss. I will perform to this song on March 7, 2020, and have been listening to this song since August 2019. Any song related to dance that gets played multiple times is extremely rare to not get tired of. This particular song goes from soft piano music to intense rap, rap that makes you feel bad about the sins you may have created in your past. It really makes you feel the music and understand the pain the musician is going through.
an old childhood song that I started listening to in grade 7, I still listen to now because I spent so much time thinking about how the lyrics worked that I find it so amazing, Thumbs-Sabrina Carpenter. ‘There is a father and a mother and the father is a son who has a mother’. This seems to make perfect sense to me now but in grade 7 I spent so much time trying to figure out how it seemed to work. This song seems to test your brain and I will never get tired of it.