[DAY 1] 30-Day Song Challenge

Guess who’s back. Back again. (Yes, I stole lyrics from a lyrically weak song as an opener to a post about songs. I told you. I’m out of material. Wordless.)

Since I haven’t quite figured out what to say and whether I want to say anything (which I must kinda wanna or I wouldn’t have hacked my own account to get back in just to say I’m wordless), I’ve decided to use a gimmick in hopes I can trick myself into having a compelling reason to post every day for a solid month. Those of you who know me know that this is still unlikely to work, but it’s worth a shot. And maybe, just maybe, this exercise will dredge up other non-gimmicky words.

I won’t hold my breath, for fear of accidental auto(un)erotic asphyxiation.

Without further ado, here lies the challenge:

Day 1: A song you like with a color in the title

This one is a no-brainer for me. It’s obviously Blue in Green. Miles Davis. I’m giving myself bonus points, because that’s clearly two colors. One in another. From an album with a color in the title. Kind of Blue.

Anyway. This is the only possible response I could have to the Day 1 prompt. For me, it conjures love, longing, the push/pull dance of two lovers becoming cautiously acquainted. At once shy and daring, blushing, pleading, the horn and the keys representative of two entangling souls. Please, do yourself a favor, and enjoy this melodious delight. Then, if so inclined, share with me your own personal colorful song.

7 thoughts on “[DAY 1] 30-Day Song Challenge

  1. Blue in Green is a *fantastic* choice. So lovely. Trying not to say Blue (Da Ba Dee) by Eiffel 65…trying reaaaal hard. Yellow by Coldplay also feels like it’s too much on the nose. Let’s go Purple Rain, baby!

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    1. I’m in a dodgy reception area, so I’m not sure my reply went through. 😂 I was trying to say we definitely have similar brains, but I’m gonna use my executive authority to veto all things Coldplay. Purple Rain, however, is a damn fine choice. But now, I’ll have Blue in my head. All. Damn. Day. Thanks a lot!

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