What Does the Music On My IPOD Say About Me?

I’m such a kid! I love when I get to treat myself to a new toy or something. Just the other day I purchased an IPOD shuffle since it was on sale! I am so glad I’ve invested in this little gadget. I’m having so much fun adding songs to it etc but I’m wondering what the songs on my Ipod say about me! Currently there are only about ten songs on there but I keep adding! My current list is quite interesting. It’s comprised of mostly christian songs like “Love Song for A Savior” by Jars of Clay, “Divine Romance” by Phil Wickham, “Cinderella” by Steven Curtis Chapman, “You’re My Little Girl” by Go Fish, “Drifter” by DecembeRadio,”My Savior My God” by Aaron Shust and “Oh Gravity” by Switchfoot but my playlist is also interspersed with musical numbers. First we have “Seasons of Love” from Rent! I love that movie and could listen to that song over and over and over again. Then we have “Without Love” from the musical “Hairspray.” And last but not least, we have “Falling Slowly” from the movie “Once.” What an absolutely fabulous movie! I loved it and could watch that movie over and over again! I truly believe it is going to be a classic! So what do you think my music says about me?

One thought on “What Does the Music On My IPOD Say About Me?

  1. Hi,
    My name is Christopher Lawton. I am a tech reporter for the Wall Street Journal in San Francisco. I am writing a story about impulse electronics purchases, and I saw your blog post about purchasing an ipod. I wanted to ask if you’d be interested in speaking with me about that for my story. It wouldn’t take too much of your time. I just wanted to ask a few questions about why you bought it and how you like it. Please let me know if you are interested. I can be reached via email at Christopher.Lawton@wsj.com. Hope to hear from you.

    Christopher Lawton

    **Sorry to leave this comment directly on your blog. I couldn’t find an email address to contact you.

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