Song challenge day two

Today is your least favorite song. Oddly it’s by the same person as my current favorite. I just don’t like the full all references to being a bitch. It seems just down right hateful.

I really struggled with this one btw as I love most music. But after serious thought it made me realize how un nerved this song makes me feel.

2 thoughts on “Song challenge day two

  1. I don’t think I have the focus to keep up with thirty days, but my favorite and least favorite song are at least from the same era. The original Sound of Silence would probably be my favorite, and this song Bend Me Shape Me would probably be my least favorite because it’s all about letting someone re-make you for their love. I know it’s not the only song like that, but it’s one of the first I sat up and went “huh, that seems…like it shouldn’t be how you need to be in a relationship.” At least that one was from the 60s, so maybe had zeitgeist going for it. Too many modern songs still peddle that message if you listen.

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