Monday, August 4, 2008

Cheesiest Songs To Die Listening Into

Whether we admit it or not, all of us come into a phase wherein we need to fill the need to reminisce, emote, be sentimental, and just punish ourselves with that sullen feeling that would make anyone of us to curl up in bed or finish a gallon of ice cream in just a sitting.
All of us has a well-loved song to accompany us in times of dire emotion-fest. Whether it is Mariah's whistle tones or Boyz II Men's vibratto, or maybe even Rob Thomas' commanding vocals, these singers and their songs have for sure helped us recover, forget, remember and bask in the moment of our emotional lowdowns.
Here, I have compiled the ten songs which I believe best accompany us on our moments.

*And oh, it doesn't necessarily mean that I like all of the songs written below!

10. Last Chance by Allure.

9. After The Love Has Gone by Earth, Wind and Fire

8. Cupid by 112

7. Iris by Goo Goo Dolls

6. I'll Be by Edwin McCain

5. Stay by Lisa Loeb

4. One Sweet Day by Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men

3. Of All The Girls I've Loved Before by Julio Iglesias

2. My Immortal by Evanessence

1. Love Takes Time by Mariah Carey

*If you thought I missed out on other chessy songs to die listening into, please mention it here at the comments page. Thanks!

3 Responses to “Cheesiest Songs To Die Listening Into”

ced said...
August 5, 2008 at 7:44 PM

aba nakikinig ka pla ng mariah?
hehe. sabagay 90's is not complete without the old mariah. heheh

anu ba maidadagdag ko jan?

lahat ata ng boyzIImen

at take that na back for good. hehe(ako lang yan ha) heeheh


curbside_puppet said...
August 5, 2008 at 9:57 PM

no exactly ced. kasi (because) not all of those songs listed are personal choices.

i just thought of those dramatic songs that people listen to. like mariah's love takes time. i thought it had the classic sentimental feel into it plus all the screeching she was making in that song.

but i do like her as well. especially that song "breakdown" and "close my eyes" from her butterfly album.


ROneiluke said...
August 6, 2008 at 4:24 PM

i love evanescence's "my immortal" i prefer the piano version though...

try to check "so close" by jon mclaughlin..hehe! my LSS..


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