“When it gets cold outside, I grab my iPod.”

Snow on the trees outside mi casa

The arrival of wintry weather has allowed me to spend more time listening to music. In addition to listening to almost half of the newest Angels & Airwaves album, LOVE, I’ve been able to listen to some other “new” music that I loaded onto my iTunes library a while ago, but never actually listened to. For example, I’ve listened to most of the songs on the Jennifer’s Body Soundtrack, but there were a few songs I hadn’t listened to yet. One of these songs was “Time” by Cute is What We Aim For. “Time” has become one of my favorite songs in my iTunes library– I’ve been listening to it at least twice a day for the past week. It’s lyrics are beautiful and remind me of scenes from the past. The following chorus from the song has been running through my head all week:

“I need the product of your fears
In the form of tears,
It’s the only way I can survive,
It breaks my heart to see you cry,
And baby, it’s the only way I stay alive,
Green eyes, blue skies,
Natural disasters when she cries,
Green eyes, they’re mine,
It’s only a matter of time.
It’s only a matter of time…”

In addition to “Time”, I’ve been listening to a lot of other mellow music. Songs that have been frequenting my iTouch playlist are: As You Sleep” by Something Corporate,  “Running Away” by AM, “I Wanna Love You” by The Maine,  and “You’re So Last Summer” by Taking Back Sunday.

What have you been listening to lately? Does your taste in music change when snow starts to fall? Let me know with a comment in the box below.

– Will

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