All American on Spotify

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Since today it’s 4th of July, here is my playlist on Spotify of American music. I know a lot of my readers are from the States. At least that what the stats say. So lay your eyes on this list. It’s my favourite music and I hope it’s one of yours. No matter where you’re from. So happy 4th of July, America!

10 dance songs to listen to

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I listen to all kinds of music and dance is one of them. I like listening to them but not so much dancing. The ’90s was a Euro-disco period so a lot of those are from that period. The list below is my 10 favourite dance songs to listen to. And dance, if you like. These are not in order so number one doesn’t mean it’s my top favourite and so on. I have no special reason why they are my favourite. They just sound good and most of the lyrics I know by heart. Let’s dance (or listen)

  1. Here I go again (E-type)
  2. Don’t stop the music (Rihanna)
  3. Look away (Darude)
  4. Let the dream come true (DJ Bobo)
  5. Waiting for Tonight (Jennifer Lopez)
  6. It’s a rainy day (Ice MC)
  7. I give you my heart (Mr President)
  8. Tears don’t lie (Mark ‘Oh)
  9. Get ready for this (2 unlimited)
  10. Breathe (The Prodigy)

There is a lot more where that came from. I have made a dance list on Spotify if anyone is interested to listen.

This is not a vast post

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This is not a vast post because, to tell the truth, I didn’t know what else to write about this word. Besides, I got some entertainment news to tell. Hold your breath.

On September 22, 2020, I’m gonna go and see Elton John in Helsinki. It’s his final tour ever so I decided to go. I loved his music since the 1980s. I don’t really remember what song I heard first. I do remember one of his videos but I’ve never remembered the song title. The video had this couple going through different rooms and Elton John was there too playing the piano in one of the rooms. The song was, ‘I don’t wanna go on with you like that‘  Now when I watch the video, I think. “So that’s how it went” The song came out in 1988. We got cable in 1987 so there was Super Channel, MTV (when they played music videos) and Sky Channel. I think I saw the video on of those channels. Great memories.

This concert will be my 2nd real one. The first was Robbie Williams in 2017. The ticket wasn’t cheap but this is one of a lifetime. It’s 10 months to the concert so anything can happen. Nothing bad though because then that’s 130 euros I’ll never see again. There are so many other concerts to see but you have to chose when money doesn’t grow on trees. This is one way to get out of my comfort zone. Being in an arena with a lot of people around. It’s gonna be a blast.