Your Favorite Song

By: Bob Trihy
By: Bob Trihy

Sometimes it's hard to hear your favorite song on the radio, if the timing isn't right.

You're driving along, tuning to your favorite radio station. You hear a song that you love. And it's the end of the song. How frustrating is that  At least it is for me. What a bummer, listening to your favorite song, or at least part of  your favorite song, because it's the last verse of the song. I don't know about you, but I can hear a song and hope it's the beginning of the tune, only to hear that it's the end of the song. Darn, I really like that song, wish I would have caught the beginning of it. Even more frustrating is when a station plays a song that you like, and your pumped, and then the song ends, because it's part of a promo. Darn again. Or how about hearing an abridged version of your song. You're thinking they just cut out a big chunk of your song, especially on greatest hit albums. In my DJ days, our format was AOR or Album Oriented Rock, which allowed us to play the original track. So you can hear your favorite song, with the full studio version. The way you should enjoy your favorite song.

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  • by TruthBTold Location: Secret on Oct 28, 2009 at 07:56 PM
    Well Bob, it is 2009 and if you like a song so much just buy it or go to YouTube and watch the video.
  • by PJ Location: Beaufort County on Oct 26, 2009 at 05:55 AM
    A "feel good song" for me is "Dancing in the Moonlight" because it is from the early 70's when I was in college at ECU and it's such a happy song. It's lighthearted and cheerful, easy listening, and makes me want to sing along. Love, Love, Love it!! It's just not played that much though.
  • by C on Oct 24, 2009 at 08:59 AM
    For me,good music died when Nirvana showed up. That event opened the door for the crap we have to listen to today,and pretty much sounded the death knell for the great Top 40 stuff from the 80s. I quit listening to new music when those guys showed up and ruined everything. Ever since then I get all my musical enjoyment from my extensive collection of CDs,which are all comprised of the real songs from 1975 - 1990. How I miss the good old days !
  • by Kelly Location: Greenville on Oct 23, 2009 at 11:29 AM
    Just this morning, I flipped on the radio in the car on the way to work...and caught the tail end of "Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy"... Hearing the whole thing might have helped me wake up a little more on the way to work! What a tease, catching the end!
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