Giving up on the song a day challenge


What can I say I’m not very good at obligations.

If you’re interested, here is the list of songs I had planned for each day with a reminder of the relevant criteria:

Day 1  –  The best you’ve ever heard
Day 2  –  The happiest you’ve ever heard
Day 3  –  The saddest you’ve ever heard
Day 4  –  From your current favorite band
Day 5  –  From your favourite ever band
Day 6  –  You know the lyrics like the back of your hand
Day 7  –  That perfectly opens an album
Day 8  –  That perfectly closes an album
Day 9  –  Describes your life better than you ever could
Day 10 –  Makes you think of a certain event
Day 11 –  Impresses you with its crazy guitar
Day 12 –  Impresses you with its technical skill
Day 13 –  You used to love but now hate
Day 14 –  You used to hate but now love
Day 15 –  Makes you want to dance
Day 16 –  No one would expect you to love
Day 17 –  From your favourite 90s album
Day 18 –  From your favourite 00s album
Day 19 –  You want played at your funeral
Day 20 –  You wish you could play on guitar
Day 21 –  You play all the time on guitar

1. Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here
2. Gorillaz – 19/2000
3. Hope Of The States – Me Ves Y Sufres
4. The National – Secret Meeting
5. Radiohead – There There
6. Frightened Rabbit – The Modern Leper
7. Arcade Fire – Tunnels
8. Bon Iver – Re: Stacks
9. TV On The Radio – Ambulance
10. Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart
11. The Smiths – The Headmaster Ritual
12. Joanna Newsom – Good Intentions Paving Co.
13. The Killers – All These Things That I’ve Done
14. REM – What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
15. LCD Soundsystem – Daft Punk Is Playing At My House
16. Tricky – Black Steel
17. Radiohead – Subterranean Homesick Alien
18. Portishead – Machine Gun
19. Pink Floyd – Shine On You Crazy Diamond
20. Grizzly Bear – On A Neck, On A Spit
21. Modest Mouse – Gravity Rides Everything

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About Alex Pavitt
I work in the field of emotion. My tools are instinctual feelings and my laptop is the medium between my brain and the outside world. I deconstruct and rebuild. I imagine. I steal other people's lyrics because somtimes, my own words aren't enough. I spend all of my time somewhere inside my head. I worship Douglas Adams, and in the back of my mind I am always painfully aware that I will never be as good as him or, for that matter, anybody else.

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