With Christmas less than a week away I wanted to take the time to thank you for reading this randomly written, grammatically challenged, over positive blog of mine. This year has seen some big things happen here at WFLBC including the uber awesome Andrewpalooza, the discovery of tons of great local eats and the addition of Rochele to the WFLBC team!! As a small token of my gratitude I present to you, free of charge, the top 10 songs I like to sing in the shower!!! Seriously…
Number 10 – “Don’t Gotta Work It Out” by Fitz and the Tantrums.
Vocal difficulty 7/10. Air Guitar bonus points 3/10 (not much guitar…) Extra point for air piano.
Number 9 – “Tighten Up” by The Black Keys.
Vocal difficulty 8/10. Air Guitar bonus points 8/10. Extra 3 points for air drums (caution, air drumming in the shower can be hazardous, WFLBC is not responsible for any injuries or damage caused by your awesome air drumming)
Number 8 – “The Death Of You And Me” by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
Vocal difficulty 6/10. Air guitar bonus points 5/10. Extra 7 points for getting wasted, swearing a lot and fighting with your brother. (WFLBC does not condone showering with your brother, it’s an Oasis reference you weirdo.)
Number 7 – “The Sky Is Falling” by Bodhi Jones.
Vocal difficulty 7/10. Air guitar bonus points 7/10. Extra 10 points for being as cool as Bodhi (no one is as cool as Bodhi, keep working on that air guitar)
Number 6 – “World’s Got A Handle” by Sun Wizard.
Vocal difficulty 8/10. Air guitar bonus points 9/10. Extra 6 points for having long hair and a rockin’ beard.
Number 5 – “Grace” by Jeff Buckley.
Vocal difficulty 9/10. Air guitar bonus points 9/10. Extra 10 points for being old enough to remember when this was new and owning this fantastic album.
Number 4 – “Albatross” by Big Wreck.
Vocal difficulty 8/10. Air guitar bonus points 10/10. Extra 6 points for really, I mean REALLY, singing this one as loud as you can, as you should with any song Ian Thornley has ever written.
Number 3 – “What If I Do?” by the Foo Fighters.
Vocal difficulty – 7/10. Air guitar bonus – 6/10. Extra 10 points for slowing it down a little…
Number 2 – “Loyal Man” by Yukon Blonde.
Vocal difficulty 8/10. Air guitar bonus points 7/10. Extra 100 (!!) points for taking a sap shower (watch the video)
Number 1 – “I Want You To Know” by the Seahorses.
Vocal difficulty 8/10. Air guitar bonus points 11/10 (yes 11). Extra 6529 points for believing John Squire is the greatest guitar of all time, and the most under appreciated!!
There it is folks, MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!