I quit my job recently. It's something I recommend to everyone. I've done it twice in the past 10 months, I love it so much. In fact, I love it so much that my mother felt inclined to change her "About me" on Facebook from:
Anyway, my last day is June 30th. My coping mechanism for an administrative desk job in an open concept workspace is headphones and music. As such, I have an incredibly lush, well organized (meaning I actually own the album artwork) music collection at work. It will all go down the tubes on June 30th.
Yeah. It stings.
Now I'm in music limbo. I couldn't be bothered to download more music and allow it to suffer the same fate. By the same token, I've listened the shit out of the music that I already have. So, this has motivated me to consider songs that I never get sick of. What do I already have that I still want to listen to?
Songs I Never Get Sick of (Or Haven't Had a Chance to Yet)
1. 40 Day Dream - Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
2. Mescaline - Robert Francis
3. Jump - The Pointer Sisters
4. Call Your Girlfriend - Robyn (OK this is a lie. It's a new single, so I just started listening to it off the album I've had forever. But I don't listen to the radio, so, assuming I don't make too many trips to Urban Outfitters, I don't anticipate myself getting sick of this anytime soon. And I'll throw my full support behind any Swede who makes a comeback look so good. And who writes from the perspective of the other woman. Risky business, that.)
5. To the Dogs or Whoever - Josh Ritter
6. Last Kiss - J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers (childhood fave)
7. To Be Young - Ryan Adams
8. Summer Light - The Cave Singers
9. I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch) - Four Tops
10.Stacks - Bon Iver
11.Sail of the Silver Morning - Cotton Jones
12. VCR - The xx
13. Into the Mystic - Colin James
14. When The Stars Go Blue - Ryan Adams
15. You are the Best Thing - Ray Lamontagne