Three-Day Lyrical Challenge (Day 1)

Thank you to Alyssa Grace for tagging me in this challenge. I love song lyrics and find myself relating to different ones and different times. This seems like fun, will take me time to think of ones I want to highlight but I have some ideas.

The rules are simple:

  1. Thank the person who nominated you.
  2. Share one of your favorite song/lyrics one at a time for three days.
  3. Nominate three other bloggers each day.

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My first lyric is going to come from Hamilton. I recently saw it when it was here and it was just as amazing as everyone says. One of my favorite songs is “Wait for it,” and there are some poignant lyrics that really resonate with me.

“Wait for It” – Hamilton- Lin-Manuel Miranda (Select lyrics I like)

“Love don’t discriminate
Between the sinners and the saints
It take and it take and it takes
And we keep lovin’ anyway
We laugh and we cry and we break
And we make our mistakes,”
(Note: I love the way this talks about love because it so real and true)

“Death don’t discrimiante
Between the sinners and the saints
It takes and it takes and it takes
Yeah we keep living anyway.”
(Note: Again this really hits close to home for me).

“I”m the one thing in life I can control.”
(Note: Something that hits me every time I hear it).

“And if there’s a reason I’m still alive
When everyone who loves me has died
I’m willing to wait for it.”

I just love the way this song makes me think!

Tags (I’m gonna tag some people who have interacted with me recently)
(Feel free to do this if you want, if not just ignore it)
Sophril Reads, The Bibliophagist, Meltotheany

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Posted on August 22, 2018, in Book Reviews. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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