Most of the music left on my iPod was put on there during my running days. Many of the songs are ones I may not have ever listened to if I hadn't been in the gym and enjoyed the beat. It's interesting what an iPod can tell you about a person. A couple of these songs are from the Free Music Tuesday on iTunes. Out of all the Tuesdays I've grabbed music I think I've kept about five songs. That makes me sad. I guess I'm just stuck in a rut that way.
Hey Jealousy- Gin Blossoms
Same Old Lang Syne by Dan Fogelberg
Different Breed by Carter's Chord: This is a song I got from the iTunes Free Music Tuesdays. Love it!
Hot N Cold by Katie Perry: This is one of those songs that I would never have listened to had it not been for the gym. I STILL want to hit the ground running every time I hear this song.
Movin On by Katie Arminger: This was another iTunes find. I used to listen to country music quite a bit, but it's been disappointing me lately. It seems to be only about beer and sex. This song, though, gives me hope for the genre.
The Devil Went Down to Georgia by The Charlie Daniel's Band: Who DOESN'T have this on their iPod? Classic! I ran my first 5K on the treadmill thanks to this song.
Centerfield by John Fogerty: Every time I hear this song I want to grab my softball glove and throw the ball around with my dad. My oldest daughter is starting to show an interest in softball, so I think it's time to start working out with her.
What a Feeling by Irene Cara: This is an inspirational song to me. I remember coming home from my last on-campus class when I was getting my teaching degree, playing this song and singing at the top of my lungs. I had done it. What a feeling!
Bubbly by Colbie Caillat
I'm Yours by Jason Mraz
I know you won't have time to listen to all of these songs, but I offer you a challenge. Pick one you haven't heard of and give it a try. See if your toes don't start tapping.
I hope you've enjoyed a glance at my iPod. What songs come up when you hit shuffle?