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30 Day Music Meme: Day 14

Day 14: A song you like hearing live

What song wouldn't I like to hear live, I wonder?

There was a time though, that I could count on hearing one song live, and that was Brighton Rock. I first saw Queen live in May 1977, and over the next few years, saw them a total of 10 times...and as far as I can remember, Brighton Rock was the highlight of the show every time.

And oh! the bootleg versions I had! If there's one thing I regret about having traded in my record collection for cd-s, it's that I was stupid enough not to keep those back until such time as I could transfer them to the new medium.




Day 15- A song people wouldn’t expect you to like
Day 16- A song that holds a lot of meaning to you
Day 17- A song that annoys you
Day 18- A song you have as your ringtone/want to be your ringtone
Day 19- A song you’re currently obsessed with
Day 20- A song from a new album you are waiting for to come out
Day 21- A song you want to dance to at your wedding
Day 22- A song that would be the theme song to a TV show about your life
Day 23- A song that makes you angry
Day 24- A cover song
Day 25- An acoustic song you love
Day 26- A song by your favorite band
Day 27- A song you make fun of
Day 28- A song that reminds you of your boyfriend/girlfriend (if you don’t have one, make one up :])
Day 29- A song currently stuck in your head
Day 30- A song that you haven’t listened to in awhile
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