I know, I know. I’m late with my soundtrack again. Sorry. Mrs. Revis got off work early last night, so we had a family night. After we ate dinner, we put Baby E in her stroller and went on a walk around the neighborhood. Every so often, Baby E would point at something and scream, “Babamamadada,” which I think means, “Hey look, it’s a dog,” because she usually only did it when we passed someone who was walking their dog. Although, she also did it a few times when she was pointing at nothing…
I know what you’re thinking: But Revis, you had enough time to post on your blog yesterday! That is true, I did. However, I wrote that post at work and emailed it to myself, so all I had to do was cut and paste it after I got home. It only took me a couple of minutes. To do these soundtrack posts, it takes longer cause I have to look up all of the videos.
Now, Twindaddy has said that people really don’t read these video posts very much, and that may be true. I only know of a few people that like it when I do these posts, but that doesn’t matter to me. As long as those few people like it, I’ll keep doing them, because those few people are worth it. Therefore, I will dedicate all of the songs in this week’s soundtrack to one of my fellow bloggers. I will choose each blogger’s song based on either a band/musician I know they like, or a song that reminds me of them.
Let’s get it started.
The first one goes out to fellow Stuph Blogger, my dear Jaded, my partner in Stephen Lynch-ery.
The next one goes out to my fellow soundtrack maker, Alice. Here’s some Three Days Grace for you, my dear.
This one is dedicated to Tammye Honey. I picked this song because I know she likes new music and I hope this is a song she hasn’t heard yet.
This song is for El Guapo. Friday’s just aren’t the same without your foolishness, my friend.
Ok, this one isn’t a song, but since Grayson Queen is the only other person I know who likes In Bruges, I thought I’d give him some love.
This song goes out to the extremely awesome and talented Goldfish (who loves it when I praise her, by the way). This song is from a Detroit area band. I hope she likes it.
The last one goes out to Matticus. The title of this song sounds like something you would say, my friend.
Again, sorry it’s late. Hope you enjoy the songs. Have another good week, everyone.