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Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Stole the show

So just a quick one while I fail at #SocialSeptember twenty four hours into it...I've been listening to Stole the show by Kygo, the DJ Power mix, and it's so upbeat and happy, and then for some reason I googled the words (even though I'd been singing along for days) only to discover that it's a really sad song about the end of a relationship. What?!?!?! (I thought it was about some technical difficulties but still being a huge success...overcoming adversity, that kind of vibe. Who says I just hear what I want to hear?)

Has anyone else had this extended version of MondoGreen when you thought a song was about something, only to discover it was about something else entirely?

Still attempting to limit my online (while moving house and having a breakdown holiday) so in THEORY, see you in October.

PS This is not the version I'm listening to but it's the closest I can find with a clip to embed - not that this is a clip really.... and it's not wanting to embed *GAR!*
http://www.myvideo.de/musik/the-workout-crew/stole-the-show-extended-workout-mix-video-m-11961810

Linking for #WWU and #TIK

12 comments:

  1. Ugh! I get the same thing sometimes when I see music video that doesn't seem to bear any relation to what I imagined!

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  2. Ugh! I get the same thing sometimes when I see music video that doesn't seem to bear any relation to what I imagined!

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  3. Yes! More often than I can count haha!

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  4. Isn't it bizarre when a song's lyrics doesn't meet its general mood? Enjoy your offline time! X

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  5. I tend to get song lyrics completely wrong - as in misinterpreting the words altogether and then being laughed at by others! Good luck with moving.

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  6. Yes, it's happened to me quite a bit and then every time I hear the song after I've figured it out I feel horrible. :( But I do like this music, great running music.

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  7. Oh I love this song. I had never really thought about what it was about, as with most music I listen to (mainly on the radio). It has just made me realise I need to put some music on my phone to use while I walk! (lightbulb).

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  8. Hope the moving goes well, don't envy you on that one. I feel so out of the loop have never heard of this song

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  9. Happy Moving !! Noting like a good beat to get you moving.

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  10. What is even more fun is when I think of them one way and the Mr another.

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  11. Uggh i hope the moving is going ok!
    I am totally winning at social September because the online world is so full of morons i can't stand it!

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  12. Yes, just recently I was thinking.. what an odd love song, thinking it was about a man and a woman but infact, it was written for the singer's newborn baby. I can't remember what it was called...
    Sending strength for the move.. Ugh, such exhausting stuff. x

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