Post-Christmas Blues

I know I know. Most of you are probably thinking, “Christmas?! We’re weeks past Christmas!” But this girl still misses that Christmas feeling. I’m thankful I married a man that likes to keep our live Christmas tree up usually through the month of a January. So I still have that little Christmas spirit lingering in my home. (And if you’re wondering, yes! I do still plug it in every evening.)

I miss the sparkling decorations and the cheerfulness that so many carry with them through the holiday season. The big build-up as I like to call it. I feel like in some way, with Thanksgiving being so late this year, we were some how cheated out of some of that Christmas cheer. I want to continue to watch Christmas movies and listen to Christmas music. Does anyone else experience a weird music slump this time of year? After Christmas it’s really hard for me to get into the groove of listening to anything else. I mean, I can’t go from Michael Buble’s “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas” to “You Need To Calm Down” on the radio! The only solution I’ve come up with is listening to The Family Stone soundtrack which is just the score. No lyrics, no blatantly obvious Christmas tunes, just a good movie score.

I also really notice how my focus shifts after Christmas. I want to have that focus on Jesus and His story the whole year through. That’s something I want to really work on this year. Staying in constant communion with Him.

I’m really just typing out my thoughts at the moment, and I’m still just kind in that Christmas blues fog. I’ll snap out of it soon, I’m sure, but right now I really just want to get my kindle out and finish that Christmas book I didn’t get finished in time. So maybe thats exactly what I’ll do. 😉

I want to make a point to pop-in on here more than I did this last year. I miss having this creative space. Also, I’ve started the year off with a couple of good books and movies already, would reviews be something you’d be interested in?! As always, I’d love to hear from you, and thanks for sticking around! ♥️


Currently: A Playlist

I haven’t listened to a whole lot of music in the last couple months, but here are a few songs that have been on my radar, rather it be singing them to Lil’ Cute Cowboy, or actually listening to them, here’s the playlist currently playing in my head. Enjoy!

  1. More- Clare Dunn
  2. Velvet Elvis- Kacey Musgraves
  3. Ain’t No Mountain High Enough- Marvin Gay
  4. From Me To You- The Beatles
  5. If I Had Me A Million- Pat Green
  6. Something Just Like This- The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
  7. All Night Long- Lionel Richie
  8. The Reason- Brett Eldredge
  9. Love Love Love- Tristan Prettyman
  10. Hold On Forever- Rob Thomas
  11. Style- Taylor Swift
  12. Let’s Hear It for the Boy- Deniece Williams
  13. I Say A Little Prayer- Aretha Franklin
  14. Paperback Writer- The Beatles
  15. Golden Years- David Bowie
  16. Gravity- John Mayer
  17. If I Ain’t Got You- Alicia Keys
  18. Deepest Ocean Blue-Tristan Prettyman
  19. Lean On Me- Bill Withers
  20. Fresh Eyes-Andy Grammer

You can go have a listen over on Spotify, follow the link below!

So there’s a few songs that have been floating around in my head lately. What are you listening to?

Happy Saturday!


Friday Favorite: Beatlemania

Lately I’ve been obsessed with The Beatles channel on XMRadio. They’ve been a favorite of mine since I was about 9 years old and found out who they were. I thought what better post for a Friday Favorite than sharing some of my all-time favorite John, Paul, George & Ringo classics!

  1. Something
  2. She Came In Through the Bathroom Window
  3. In My Life
  4. She Loves You
  5. 8 Days a Week
  6. Get Back
  7. Girl
  8. I Want You (She’s So Heavy)
  9. Happiness is a Warm Gun
  10. I Saw Her Standing There
  11. You Really Got a Hold On Me
  12. I’ve Just Seen a Face
  13. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
  14. Eleanor Rigby
  15. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band
  16. Lovely Rita
  17. All You Need Is Love
  18. Blackbird
  19. Why Don’t We Do It In The Road
  20. Come Together

Hope y’all enjoy some of my favorites Beatles songs! Some you’ve probably heard time and time again, and some may be new to you. What’s your favorite Beatles song? Who’s your favorite Beatle? Mine is easily, Ringo!

Happy Friday!!


A Christmas Playlist 🎄

“Giddy-up jingle horse, pick up your feet…”🎶 One of my favorite lines in a Christmas song. I love Christmas music! I love the old-timey Christmas tunes mixed in with some of the newer versions and songs. I’ve put together some of my favorite renditions of Christmas songs and some of the artist original ones too. Hope you enjoy!

  1. Jingle Bells- Frank Sinatra
  2. Santa Baby-Michael Buble
  3. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas- She & Him
  4. Ribbons and Bows-Kacey Musgraves
  5. Very Merry Christmas-Dave Barnes
  6. Please Come Home for Christmas- Leslie Odom Jr.
  7. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!-Bing Crosby
  8. White Christmas- Drifters
  9. Oh Come, Oh Come Emmanuel-Dave Barnes
  10. Baby, It’s Cold Outside-Lee Ann Womack & Harry Connick, Jr.
  11. O Holy Night-Martina McBride
  12. It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas-Michael Buble
  13. Silver Bells- She & Him
  14. The Christmas Song- Nat King Cole
  15. Silent Night- Bing Crosby
  16. Winter a Wonderland- Ella Fitzgerald
  17. Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing- Sufjan Stevens
  18. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer- Kacey Musgraves
  19. Sleigh Ride-Ella Fitzgerald
  20. Joy to the World- Nat King Cole

If you have Spotify you can go and have a listen!

Hope this Christmas Playlist makes you as happy as it does me!

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Festive Halloween Playlist 🔮

Who doesn’t love a good playlist?! I’ve picked out some Halloween festive favorites that I hope ya’ll enjoy as much as I do! I’ve even included the playlist on Spotify at the bottom!

  1. I Put A Spell On You- She & Him
  2. My Body’s A Zombie for You- Dead Man’s Bones
  3. Witchy Woman- The Eagles
  4. Monsters- Hurricane Bells
  5. Dirty Paws- Of Monsters and Men
  6. Ghosts- James Vincent McMorrow
  7. Shake It Out- Florence + the Machine
  8. Shankill Butchers- Sarah Jarsoz
  9. Young Blood- Norah Jones
  10. Bad Mood Rising- Creedence Clearwater Revival
  11. Golden Years- David Bowie
  12. In The Room Where You Sleep- Dead Man’s Bones
  13. Jawbreaker- The Dead Weather
  14. Lights Off- The Dears
  15. Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) – The Hollies
  16. Witchcraft- Frank Sinatra
  17. Hedwig’s Theme-Harry Potter & the Sorcerer’s Stone Soundtrack
  18. Royals-Lorde
  19. Midnight City- M83
  20. Dark On Fire- Turin Brakes
  21. Full Moon- The Black Ghosts
  22. Heads Will Roll- Yeah Yeah Yeahs
  23. I Didn’t Mean It- The Belle Brigade
  24. Rolling In On a Burning Tire- The Dead Weather
  25. Monster Mash- Bobby “Boris” Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers

Hope you enjoy!





6 Degrees of Seperation: Part 2

If you’re just getting here, you can make it to Part 1 of this story here

So I left off at the fact I’d noticed my friend, Jon had a lot of pictures with Shooter Jennings. I’ve been a fan of Shooter’s for many years. One Cute Cowboy was quite the fan as well. In fact, I remember being so tickled at how excited OCC was when he realized I had a couple of Shooter’s albums. I thought to myself, “He might be an even bigger fan than me!”

Fast Forward about 3 years to present day. Every year Dalhart, TX has what they call XIT. It’s a celebration accompanied by a parade, a BBQ, 3 nights of rodeo, and 3 nights of live music. This years line up consisted of Charlie Robinson, The Cody Bryan Band, and none other than Shooter Jennings. One Cute Cowboy was beside himself excited!! Neither of us could believe  he was gonna be just 45 minutes from home, in the little town of Dalhart. I saw him once years ago with my cousin, sister, and brother-in-law, at a big venue with a lot of different artist. He was awesome then, so I was looking forward to seeing him in a asmaller venue.

We decided to skip the rodeo and just go to the concert/dance. We got there fairly early, cruised the merch table, listened to the two opening bands, and did a lot of dancing. Luckily we were close to the stage when Shooter came on. We stood there and watched him and sang along the whole night. He was as good as I remembered (even if he had cut his beautiful Jessie Coulter-like hair.) 

Midway through his set he said he was dedicating his next song to his good friend, Jon. I immediately knew he was talking about my friend, Jon. It was such a good song, and I wish I knew the title. But all I could think of was how surreal it was that here I am, 6 years after meeting Jon, never imagining he’d be my connecting “degree” to Shooter Jennings. I knew I wanted the chance to tell Shooter I knew Jon, and I was sorry to hear of his passing. I only knew one of Jon’s close friends and I wanted the chance to give my condolences to someone he was truly close to.

After the show was over and he ended with one of OCC’s favorite songs, 4th of July, we headed to the merch table to snag some t-shirts and ask if Shooter might be coming out. She kindly said no, but said he’d be just around the corner outside, if I wanted to try to catch him there. So we went outside and around the building. He was standing back there but there was a fence around the area he was standing in. We started walking around it to get over to the side he was standing closest to in hopes of getting the chance to talk to him. A few girls had followed us over to the other side, I’m sure in hopes of talking to him as well.

We stood there for a minute or two, feelings a little funny because he could obviously see us, standing there, staring! Haha! That’s gotta be awkward. One of his security guys walked over and said something to him, I saw him shake his head and say, “it’s okay, I’ve got it.” And started walking over to where we were. I immediately said, “Hey Shooter! Hey I knew Jon.”                               He paused, looked at me and said, “No shit?” A wide grin swept across his face. I told him that I lived in Nashville about 5 years ago and how I met Jon when they were promoting Wanda Jackson’s album at the Opry. He extended his left arm to me, exposing a couple of tattoos, one was his mom’s name just below the inside of his elbow, and right below that he pointed. He said, “These here are the coordianantes to Jon’s grave. He was my very best friend.” I got choked up telling him how sorry I was to hear of his passing. He said it was a sad deal, and how they still talk about Jon every single day. He then went on to say how Jon molded him into the man he was today. Then he kinda laughed and said, “So you live…here?” I laughed and told him how I’d grown up just 45 minutes away, and actually went to South Plains in Levelland, he quickly added they’d just been through Littlefield that day to see family. 

Waylon Jennings grew up in Littlefield, TX just 20 minutes from Levelland, where he donated quite a bit of money to the college I attended, so it was all connected. Then I told him I moved to Nashville and only lived a block from his dad’s house in Brentwood. He looked at me shocked, and asked, “What was your address?” I told him and he was amazed that he knew exactly where I was talking about. He told me that was the house he actually grew up in, that he spent many a nights at the Waffle House there on the corner. It was all so incredibly surreal. All these small, but significant  connections. Then I told him I moved home for awhile, and met my now husband and we’ve been here ever since. He quickly extended his hand to Riley and said it was really nice to meet him. We talked a little longer, and then I told him I hated to take up all his time, I knew there were others anxious to talk to him, I just wanted to tell him that I, too, knew Jon, and how he was one-of-a-kind. He shook my hand and said he was really glad I did, before leaving he said, “Any friend of Jon’s is a lifetime friend of mine.”

 I couldn’t help but tear up just a bit, thinking of how, if Jon had been alive, he would’ve been there that night. (He was Shooter’s manager too, I forgot to mention that.) I could’ve introduced OCC to him. We would’ve chatted and it would’ve been so funny to see each other in such an odd place, considering where we’d met. 

OCC and I both kicked ourselves for not snagging a picture with Shooter before we left. But I guarantee that’s a night neither of us will forget, and I have a feeling Shooter won’t either. We surprised him for sure, and he surprised us a little too. He was so incredibly kind, and truly interested in what we had to say, and you could tell enjoyed talking to us too. It was truly a surreal moment. You never know how close in “degrees” you are to someone. We live in a pretty cool world.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my Part 2 of 6 Degrees of Seperation. I’ve left you with a playlist at the bottom that seems only fitting. Sorry this took me longer than I intended for it to to get posted. Thanks for reading!


6 Degrees of Seperation: Part 1

I’ve read that everyone knows everyone by 6 degrees of seperation or less. In fact, my friend, Lindsey and I used to play this game all the time when we would be bored at work. We’d give two name of people, and see if we could connect them. It was a fun game that passed the time on a slow day at the Opry. 

There’s a cool story behind this photo that’s only become a bigger part of a really cool story. Let me try to start at the beginning.

One rainy night in January 2011, I was working down at the Opry shop downtown, Opry Originals. It was rare for me to be working there on the night of a show, but Wanda Jackson was coming down to the shop after her Opry performance to do a record signing, so they had me there instead of the Ryman Auditorium. I was so excited to get to see her, after all she was an Oklahoma girl too. She was known in the 50’s as the “Queen of Rockabilly” and man could she rock. She had a southern western style mixed in with a rock n’ roll sound.

As I said it was kind of a dreary night, and unfortunately not as many people showed up to the signing as there usually would have been. There were many, but not just overhwhelmingly so. When Wanda came in a young man, in his late 20’s walked in with her. He stood over with her while she signed, then as the crowd started to thin he started walking around the shop, shopping. He picked up a few things and headed up to the counter. There’s no way to really describe what he looked like. The best way I can is by saying he was like a 1970’s Dwight Yokum, without the hat. Not to mention his subtle afro hairstyle. He reverberated “cool.” In fact my first thought was, “oh man, this guy thinks he’s too cool for school,” but that thought quickly evaporated when he started speaking to me. He was very kind, and introduced himself as Jon. He asked questions about his items he wanted to purchase, he asked if I liked working there at the Opry, just making small talk. Then he asked, “Do you  like Wanda Jackson?” I replied, “Well of course!” And he asked if I’d like to meet her, and I replied, a little shocked, “Of course I would!”

Technically we weren’t “aloud” as Opry employees to act like fans. Our music-guy was nice enough to at least get an autograph for me on one of her single vinyls, but I wasn’t aloud to get it myself, and I certainly wasn’t aloud to take any pictures! But the crowd was gone, it was just us workers (3 of us) and Jon and Wanda. So Jon led me over to introduce me to Wanda and asked if I wanted a picture, I thought what the heck! I’m gonna do it!  And so as you can see I got the picture above and got to chit-chat with Wanda Jackson for about 10 minutes. I was floating on cloud 9!! I later got in trouble by my manager, but it was worth it. I found out Jon was actually Wanda’s manager, so I figured no harm, no foul. Wanda didn’t seem to mind.

Before Jon left he asked if I’d want one of her vinyls when her new album came out, I said of course I would and he got my email and that was that. I figured he was probably just trying to do some good promoting before her record release and I’d probably never get that vinyl, but that was okay, it was nice of him letting me meet her. I was already ecstatic about the night I’d had!

Several weeks passed by and I get this email from a Jon asking for my address. I quickly remember where I knew the name and shot him an email back. About a week later I received The Party Ain’t Over on vinyl. I couldn’t believe this guy that I randomly met was nice enough to do this! He kept his word and continued to do so. He was an incredibly sincere person and I came to realize that very quickly. 
We became friends on Facebook and one night he messaged me asking if I’d be interested in coming to one of Wanda’s shows downtown at Robert’s. Robert’s was by far my favorite bar on Broadway, so I decided to go. Jon met me outside the door and I could see they’d already started “one in, one out” so I cringed at thinking about standing out there most the night. Jon greeted me and asked me to follow him, he started taking me around to the alley, I was a bit nervous I’ll admit, after all I didn’t really know this guy and I was following him to an alleyway, but then we went through the back door of Robert’s, up a flight of stairs, and there we were, in Robert’s VIP balcony. It was the perfect place to get to see Wanda’s performance!

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There were a handful of other nights like that one. He was always so gracious with his knowledge of different music venues and shows and what was happening where, and always a gentleman. He knew so many different people, famous people, but you’d never know it. He was never boisterous about it, when he very easily could have been. He was kind, and genuine to everyone he had contact with. When I try to find the words to describe Jon, I never fully know what to say; he was seriously one of the coolest, most original, sincere people I’ve ever met. 

The last time I saw Jon he’d invited me out to a Dwight Yokum tribute (funny coincidence) in East Nashville. It was a fun night, with some good bands. Not long after that night, I moved back home and heard from Jon once or twice about coming to different shows. 

In 2015 I heard Jon passed away. It saddened me to know such an interesting, talented, genuine soul was gone. His knowledge for music and the music industry was impeccable. I didn’t know Jon near as well as so many others, but for a short while I had a friendship with him. Even after I moved home I kept up with his Facebook and Instagram, all the crazy and exciting things he was up to. I started to notice more and more photos of he and Shooter Jennings together. I remember thinking, “Man, that guy knows everyone!” Never imagining where that would lead me…
Stick around for Part 2 of 6 Degrees of Seperation, I plan on posting Thursday, 17th. Hope you tune in!


Summer Solstice Jams

As I’m sure most of you know or have figured out, I love a good playlist. I can listen to the same songs over and over and be happy. Summertime always makes me think of being a kid and being in my room with the windows open (usually supposed to be cleaning) but most likely hanging out with my two older sisters singing the words to all the songs we knew. Man I loved that time in my life. This is a Summer playlist, some take me back to that time, some just scream summer to me. Hope you can enjoy these Summer Jams too!

  1. Squeeze Box – The Who
  2. Springsteen-Eric Church
  3. Wild Night- Van Morrison
  4. Boys of Summer- The Ataris (yes, I know Don Henley sings the original, but man the Ataris do a good job!)
  5. Night Moves- Bob Seager 
  6. Without You- The Great Divide
  7. Don’t Do Me Like That- Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers 
  8. Rich Girl-Hall & Oats
  9. Level- The Raconteurs 
  10. Escape- Rupert Holmes
  11. I Wanna Dance with Somebody- Whitney Houston
  12. Never Fade- Jack Johnson
  13. Baby’s Got A Whole Lot More- Reckless Kelly
  14. Vienna- Billy Joel
  15. The Woman With You- Kenny Chesney
  16. Jessie’s Girl- Rick Springfield 
  17. Love On the Weekend- John Mayer
  18. Someone New- Hozier
  19. Love is Strange- Mickey & Sylvia
  20. Fourth of July- Shooter Jennings
  21. Little Red Corvette- Prince
  22. Let’s Hear It For the Boy- Deniece Williams
  23. Somewhere Over the Rainbow- IZ Kamakawiwo’ole

Self Care

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Mental and emotional health is so incredible important, and it’s something I think people overlook. I recently was introduced to a Danish practice called Hygge. The Oxford Dictionary defines this as follows, 

A quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being (regarded as a defining characteristic of Danish culture.)

This is a great practice of self-care. Taking time for yourself, relaxing, and being thankful in everyday pleasures. This blog post is the first I read on this, and it explains it in great form. The overview I get from Hygge is summed up in these few ideas:

  • Atmosphere- having a cozy place to retreat to
  • Having a heart of Gratitude
  • Comfort- think big pillows and soft blankets
  • Coziness-hot tea or coffee
  •  Connecting- whether it be with yourself, God, or others 

I know what several of you are thinking right now, “Yeah right! That sounds great and all, but I don’t have time for all of that!” 

Which is my point exactly, you have to take time for self care or you’ll fall apart or fall into someone you don’t want to be. I’ve been guilty of this as well. I want to make a conscious effort of “slowing down to smell the roses.” 
Here are some my thoughts:

  • The Art of Saying No

This is a hard one. If you’re like me, you don’t like to disappoint anyone. But I’ve learned the hard way, just because you can doesn’t always mean that you should. Sometimes things get so piled up you kind of lose yourself in trying to please everyone else, and getting done what everyone else needs for you to do. Now, I’m not saying don’t do anything. I’m just saying know your limits. Just because someone doesn’t think your plate looks as “full” as Jane’s next door doesn’t mean that it’s not full for you! It’s okay to turn stuff down, or say no when you know you can’t spend quality time on the project or if you know it’s too much to take on in this season of your life. It’s okay. My motto is, “you can only do what you can do!” So don’t feel the pressure of always having to be a yes-man.

  • Drink in quiet moments

One of One Cute Cowboys favorite things to do when it’s nice out is simply get a comfy chair, sit under a shade tree, and enjoy a peach (or a beer) and just drink in a few quiet moments outside. It’s important to have silent moments to gather thoughts, say a simple prayer, or just simply be. We live in a world full of racket, and in the words of Ferris Bueller, 

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.”

  • Do Something for YOU

Whether it be taking time to take a bubble bath, watch an episode of your favorite show, read a chapter in your current book, whatever it is, take the time to do you. Even if it’s just for a moment. I think it’s important for you to take in life’s little pleasures every now and again. Sometimes I think we feel almost guilty for endulging in something we enjoy, but I’m here to tell ya, it’s okay! 

  • Watch a Sunrise or Sunset

Nothing makes me feel more alive and thankful than watching a sunrise or sunset. Something about watching that big ‘ol Sun do it’s thing is absolutely magical to me. God has an amazing color palette! I’m always in awe of His magnificents. While we’re on the subject, there’s something very majestic about the moon as well. I feel incredibly at peace when I can look up into the stary, night sky and see a big beautiful moon. I just think it’s important to be appreciative of the beauty around you, it’s  there if you just look.

  • Journaling/Praying/Listening to Music

My whole life I’ve found journaling is one of my favorite outlets, I guess that’s why I like this whole blogging thing. 😉  I’ve kept journals my entire life and it helps me emotionally and spiritually. To me journaling and praying go hand-in-hand. Seems like if I start out journaling, I start a conversation with God. It helps me to get all of my thoughts, worries, hopes, and dreams  out on paper. One of my favorite things to do is listen to my record player while I journal or even blog. I’ve got some really great vinyls that are perfect for mellowing out. Music can be powerful and incredibly therapeutic. 

  • Spend Time With an Animal

You guys, animals are so incredibly intuative. I can’t tell you how often coming home to my dogs (cats, horses, and calves) is a completely calming experience after a rough/long day. I can remember when I lived in Tennessee I’d come home and just lay in the floor with my pup, Huck. Especially those times I was homesick or just felt down on my luck. They have such a calming, knowing presence about them. I’ve always been a dog-lover and I firmly believe dogs are man’s best friend…you can’t convince me otherwise. I think it’s good for the mind, heart, and soul to have a furry companion in your life.

  • 5 minutes

Take 5 minutes in the morning (or evening.) Grab a hot tea or a cup of coffee and just meditate on your day, pray, write…do whatever you want in those 5 minutes, but give yourself 5 minutes to just be. 

Something Hygge stresses is having a space to do these type of things. A comfortable, safe atmosphere, a place of relaxation. I dream of a little reading nook with fluffy blankets, twinkle lights, and comfy pillows. But I definitely don’t have to have all of that to simply spend a little time on me.

I hope this has helped some of you that are finding it hard to juggle everything life throws at you. I’m obviously no expert, these are all just my own thoughts and opinions, there’s a world of things out there to see and explore. Don’t limit yourself. I’d love to hear what some of your self-care tips are!


Rainy Day Playlist ☔️ 

I love nothing more than a good rainy day. I think this is where my fascination with places like Ireland and Washington state come from. I love how it relaxes and quiets the mind. My mood is significantly better on rainy days. I feel more intuative and feel like my creative juices run higher on rainy days.  Rainy Day music is also a favorite of mine so here’s a little Playlist of some of my rainy day favorites! 

  1. Dreams-Fleetwood Mac
  2. Eyes On Fire- Blue Foundation
  3. Rosyln- Bon Iver & St.Vincent
  4. Moonglow- Billie Holiday
  5. I Know You By Heart- Eva Cassidy
  6. Are You With Me- Easton Corbin
  7. Banana Pancakes- Jack Johnson
  8. Emmylou- The First Aid Kit
  9. Break In The Storm- The Great Divide
  10. Tell Yer Mama- Norah Jones
  11. Beach Baby- Bon Iver
  12. I Don’t Trust Myself With Loving You- John Mayer
  13. Mia & Sebastian’s Theme-La La Land Soundtrack
  14. Girl Crush-Little Big Town
  15. The Only Living Boy in New York- Simon & Garfunkel
  16. New Slang- The Shins
  17. Witchy Woman- The Eagles
  18. Re: Stacks- Bon Iver

#NowPlaying Rainy Day Mood