Thirty Days of Music: Closing Out!

OK, so clearly summer happened and I got sidetracked.  It happens.  You have to chain me to a computer that time of year, so I’m going to finish it out here and now.  Here we go!

Day 24 – A song that you want to play at your funeral

There’s really no question here.  Let this serve as notice of my last wishes: I don’t want to be burned and sent up into more carbon into the atmosphere, and I don’t want to be pumped full of toxic chemicals and stuck in an overpriced box in a carefully manicured lawn.  I want to be wrapped up in a sheet, red if possible, and buried as-is.  Let my body break down and nourish something else.  So, my close friends that are reading, you’ll have to figure out a way to make it happen.  Toss me in the ground someplace nice, someplace in need of a little bit of fertilizer.  Pour me a PBR and be on your way back to the party.  I don’t care what else goes on that night (but I would hope for quite a bit of mayhem), but this song must feature.

Yeah it’s nine minutes, but just sit down and let it speak to you.  Keep on drinkin’.  I’m dead, indulge me this last moment to share with you something I love.

Day 25 – A song that makes you laugh

Day 26 – A song that you can play on an instrument

I might be able to swing this, but even then, I’m a little doubtful.

Day 27 – A song that you wish you could play

I just think the banjo is cool as all hell.  I wish I could play it, but have no idea where to start.

Day 28 – A song that makes you feel guilty

How could a song make me feel guilty?  What a stupid prompt.  Here’s some Phantogram instead.

Day 29 – A song from your childhood

Day 30 – Your favorite song at this time last year

There you have it, netizens.  “Thirty Days” of Music.  Clearly I can’t be expected to blog responsibly in the summer.  But hey, autumn is chasing us down, so maybe things will change.  Maybe.