This is not something I would actually be excited about writing as I can’t say I have a proper playlist. I listen to music according to my mood and this happens rarely. Since I had my daughter I forgot just how much I love listening to music and the benefits of it. I know just about all silly kids songs, nursery rhymes and plays but my music is just stored in there, in my old laptop that I haven’t got to empty out. I used to have this playlist that I would listen to every night before bed. It was a chill out 2012 Cafe Del Mar and I could’t fall asleep without it playing.
For this post I will just shuffle my last night playlist as I did have a long bath with a good book and a glass of wine. So, I will just use write about that.
- CHER – If I could turn back time
- ALPHAVILLE – Forever Young
- BONNIE TYLER – Total Eclipse of the Heart
- BELINDA CARLISLE – Heaven is a Place on Earth
- SIMPLY RED – If you don’t Know Me by Now
- CUTTING CREW – (I Just) Died in Your Arms
- DEBBIE GIBSON – Lost in Your Eyes
- DAN HARTMAN – I can Dream about You
- TINA TURNER – Let’s Stay Together
- WHITNEY HOUSTIN – Didn’t we Almost Have it All
I am glad I decided to take on this April Writing Challenge as I realised just how many things I gave up without even needing to. One of them is music and I am very determined to get back on it, to listen to music as much as I can and wherever I can because there is no better therapy than music. It can lift you up and it can motivate you; it can help your heartache and cure sadness. No matter what style once enjoys, music is for everyone. So, get on your playlist or YouTube or wherever you want and press PLAY to your favourite tune, open your windows and see what that does to you 🙂