Theme Songs

Everyone Should Have a Theme Song

Tuesday, October 18, 2016/Categories: Entries

Theme Songs

I always like to have a theme song. It changes all the time. I'm a woman, that's my prerogative. (That would be a passing reference to a Bobby Brown song by the name of That's My Prerogative. I'm trying to help those of you that are a little slow on the uptake.)

Some of my past theme songs:

Taylor Swift - Blank Space -- simply due to one line………."You look like my next mistake". God knows I have done that a lot. It's because I like to spend a fair amount of my time splashing around in the shallow end of the pool.

Demi Lovato - Confident - do I really need to explain this one………here are some of the lyrics….."I'm the boss right now……This is my game and you better come to play……..I used to hold my freak back, Now I'm letting go, I make my own choice, bitch I run this show………"  And so forth. Any questions?

A brief stint with Let It Go………….because I do think I'm a Disney princess and for this line "A kingdom of isolation, and it looks like I'm the queen". That would refer to my inability to get or keep (or want to keep) a significant other.

As of Sunday it became You Don't Own Me - but I'm going with the version by Grace featuring G-Eazy instead of the version by Leslie Gore, due to these lyrics G-Eazy(who is male) opens with….. "Take her shopping, you know Yves Saint Laurent. But nope, she ain't with it though/All because  she got her own dough……..She could never be a broke ho".  True - I could not ever be a broke ho.  The other lyrics are shared by both the Grace version and the Leslie Gore version………."You don't own me/I'm not one of your many toys/You don't own me/Don't say I can't go with other boys/Don't tell me what to do/And don't tell me what to say…………..Don't try to change me in any way".  The there is a line about not putting me on display - I actually don't mind being on display - just don't display me as your possession I believe you lost that right on December 6, 1865.

By the way the movie Lincoln, directed by Steven Spielberg is fantastic - it was the first film to play at the Inaugural Lincoln Film Festival - because it was held in Lincoln Illinois, not because all of the films were about Lincoln. Daniel Day Lewis was amazing in that film, as was Sally Field.

I hope you can keep up when I jump the tracks…………


The Gym Bytch

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