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Conversation #31: Summer Fun Song of the Week

I keep thinking I’ll be able to get back to regular posting, but this week my phone decided to break so I spent too many evenings at the Sprint store.  Also, one of my best friends had her first baby girl so we had to go see her at the hospital.  She is beautiful!!!

Even though summer weather will be around here for a bit longer (I hope it is only a bit), school starts on Monday here so this will be the last “summer” fun song.  However, I LOVE music so I plan to share my song of the week depending on my mood, the season, whatever!

My FAVORITE song this summer has been “Hey, Soul Sister” by Train.  I don’t know why, but the first time I heard it, I was hooked!  I even made it my phone ringer because I’m in love.  In fact, Train just released their next single “If It’s Love,” and I love it too!  Train is definitely on my love list these days.  I actually really want to see them in concert.  So for your listening pleasure, I give you two Train songs, one being my favorite summer song of 2010.  It’s happy, fun, poppy, and I love it!  (Weird thing, I still think about summer events from high school when I hear Train’s song “Drops of Jupiter.”  It is such a different sound to me than their new stuff)

Here is “Hey, Soul Sister” in acoustic because I think it really shows off their talent!

Happy Summer of 2010!

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Ashleigh said…
FUN! They performed in Rockefeller Center at the Today Show when I was in NYC! We went to go listen. And of course, they played Soul Sister!

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