Day 5: A Song that is Often Stuck in Your Head

Disclaimer: The video for the song I have chosen contains nudity. If you are not above the age of 18 years old, please do not watch. Thank you, The Southern Yankee

First lemme apologize for taking sooooooo long to post Day 5 of the 25 Songs 25 Days. It’s been a very crazy week for me.

Everybody get up, WOO!
Hey, hey, hey
Hey, hey, hey
Hey, hey, hey

Secondly, the song I picked for this post is Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke. It doesnt doesn’t get a whole lot of AirPlay in Houston. In fact, I’ve only heard it played on Hot 95.7. But I only started hearing it on Hot 95.7 after watching a YouTube video of Parris Goebel’s (of ReQuest Dance Crew) choreography.

I have to admit the majority of the songs I’ve discovered over the last few months have come from hip hop choreographed dance videos. But that is for another post.

This song is so catchy and fun to listen to. Every time I hear it I can’t help but act as crazy and silly as the models are in the music video. Speaking of the video for this song, there are two: one with the models clothed and a second where the models are topless. LOL I didn’t know there were two videos until I think last week.

Shake your rump
Get down
Get up-a
Do it like it hurt, like it hurt
What you don’t like work?

Thanks for reading….

The Southern Yankee

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I am an aspiring writer trying to find my place in the world. Writing makes me happy, save lives much like coffee, and keeps me grounded. To honestly know me is to understand my way of thinking, my quirky, sarcastic side comments, and left uppercut verbal jabs and side-eye death stares. I’m simplistic but can often be very complex in nature. I love life to the absolute fullest, but I am human; therefore, I have more than my fair share of ups and downs. I am a giant kid, so being goofy comes naturally to me. I secretly strive to be the next Ernest Hemingway, J.K. Rowling, Zora Neale Hurston, or Shonda Rhimes. I openly and stupidly wear every bit of my heart on my sleeve and refuse to apologize for or minimize my true, unedited feelings.

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