Spotify’s On Repeat playlist is pretty nifty, isn’t it?
On Repeat has become my go-to playlist recently and it’s been dope. It has all the songs that I love listening to over and over again, and it saves me time from having to decide which albums to play. I press On Repeat and voila — the songs are surefire bops.
But because I’ve been listening to On Repeat a lot, the track list has been pretty much the same for months now. As much as I enjoy guaranteed hits, the sawá factor can also get to me and I need to cleanse my palate with new songs every now and then. We all do, don’t we?
Anyway, this quick post is just to share with you the top songs that have been shuffling around my On Repeat playlist in the past months. Who knows, maybe some of you may discover new songs from this list. And oh — if you have song recommendations based on my favorite tracks, please let me know! “Sharing is caring,” sabi nga ni Carmina Mones. 😀
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夢 中 人 – Faye Wong
You liked Chungking Express, didn’t you?
Have I told you that Chungking is among my favorite films of all time? Why, you ask? Maybe it’s the actors, the fact that I find them both very attractive. Maybe it’s the little details too, the fact I now associate canned pineapples and broken plumbing pipes with longing and loneliness.
Or, hmm, maybe it’s just because of that “Dreams” song, that Cranberries cover which I dearly love, and which I’m guessing you love too — do you? Or are my clairvoyant powers failing me again, huh?
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I have a Bio exam tomorrow and per usual, I am doing everything I can to put off studying. I’m sorry Bio — I never meant to make you cry but tonight, I’m cleaning up my playlist.
My iTunes has long been clogged with songs that I downloaded but never really listened to. I only acquired most of them because friends and other cool peeps had vouched for their awesomeness. But apparently (unfortunately?), I ain’t cool enough to appreciate them. I just deleted most of Anberlin’s albums, most of Blur and all of Deftones.
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