My Story: 365 day blog challenge Day 17

365 Day Blog Post Challenge 2019
Day 17
328. What songs do you sing in the shower?

This is hilarious.  First, I have to say that I am not a shower singer.  Not by choice, but because I get up for work 3:30am and my husband is still asleep.  We live in a tiny home, so singing in the shower would be sort of disrespectful.
HOWEVER…..  I am a pretty animated and vocal car singer.  I have been busted on more than one occasion by someone watching and laughing at me totally getting down in my car.  Singing and dancing….. the full deal.  I’ve also been known to belt out a tone and a dance while cleaning the house (only when I’m home alone though).  Luckily we have good blinds on the window so our poor neighbors don’t have to witness such a scary site.

As for what songs I actually sing.. that varies.  My taste in music is very broad.  Music has always been a big part of who I am.  I’m not talented in anyway.  I can’t play an instrument or sing at a proper key to save my life, but music transports me.  I’m a sucker for a good love song, but also love something upbeat that I can dance to.

My current obsession is Kane Brown.  I just love his voice and he has a good mix of standard “country” love songs and then some really fun upbeat songs that make me want to dance.  He is what I’ve been listening to on my drive to work and home everyday for the past month or so.  There are a few songs that I often hit replay on over and over.

Some of my other go-to singing songs are pretty much anything from the 80’s and 90’s.  From pop to R&B to rock.  I know most of the words to the majority of the songs that come on, so it doesn’t really matter to me what genre it is.   I also listen and sing along to Nelly, Big Little Town, Sam Smith, Calum Scott, Maroon 5, 2 Doors Down, Adele, Sugarland, Chester See, Luke Combs, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and even older artists like Elvis.

I think it’s important to sometimes let yourself go and sing out load!  Whether you have a good voice or not, it’s still really therapeutic.

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