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Over the last decade, we learned that it’s not something that happens overnight. It takes time to get used to.
The way I see it, the way you’ll be getting used to it is by listening to a lot of music. We know that music plays a large role in many aspects of our lives. We’ve even used it as a metaphor for life in some cases. For example, sometimes we get so wrapped up in a song that we forget that we’re actually listening to someone else or that we’re actually singing.
The music we’re listening to can be as important as the rest of the music we listen to. I’ve heard that there are certain songs that will play over and over in the background of the radio. It seems like a pretty big deal. Its not like we really know it, but its a fact. For example, in my car I have a playlist on my phone that plays over and over every time I turn on the radio.
Yes, you read that right. If we are listening to the music that plays in our car, then we are, in a sense, getting a glimpse into how the music works inside our own heads. Even though you may only be able to hear a song once in awhile, it’s something we never forget.
Music is not just a soundtrack for our lives. It can also make us think, make us feel, give us a sense of humor. But there is a difference between music that we remember playing and music that we remember playing yesterday. The more we play music, the more we remember it. And in the case of music that we remember playing last week, like music from our grandparents’ generation, we probably never even hear it.
There are a few things about music that we do automatically: when we listen to it and we remember that it was yesterday, we do it without thinking about it. This is something we call “automatically acquired habit.” Like a lot of our other routines, it comes in handy because we like to play music at certain times of the day.
We are also naturally curious about how a song sounds, so we like to play music that is familiar or we like to play music that has a catchy melody. And while we like to play music that sounds good to us, we also like to listen to music that makes us feel good. We also prefer to listen to music that is well-written or well-produced, so we like to listen to music that makes us feel good, too.
Wedding reception playlists are so much fun because they are such a good way to break out of our routine and enjoy something different. Our favorite one of all is an upbeat, upbeat, upbeat playlist that features one of our own favorite pop songs from the 90s.
This is just my own personal favorite of all wedding reception playlists we’ve found, but there are many. The one that we like the most is “Happy Wedding Day” by Gwen Stefani and The Pussycat Dolls, which is a great selection of her songs for the most part, but has some great pop-punk songs that will have you laughing out loud.
While we like this playlist, it’s obviously not an official playlist that we would be making for you every single time you’re at a wedding reception. This is just the personal favorite of the playlist we’ve found.