Music Monday: College Songs

This might be a 2- or 3-part series because there are just too many songs for one post, but I was thinking about college and what I should post for today and voila, I had my answer…

So many happy memories from college center around music… plus a few sad ones (Jenny, I’m looking at you and Lisa and “Unbreak My Heart”). Impromptu hymn sings with Lisa playing guitar, line dancing in the hallway, studying for tests/finals, mix tapes, road trips, Amy Grant’s Christmas CD, hanging out in dorm rooms… all fun times, all with their own soundtrack.

I already featured Sarah McLachlan’s Ice Cream, because it is my favorite of her songs, but we loved ALL her stuff from Fumbling Toward Ecstasy or Surfacing.

Good Enough | Sarah McLachlan

| Sarah McLachlan (Though now this is a little overused in the animal rescue commercials)

Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under | Shania Twain

Love Song for a Savior | Jars of Clay

Braveheart soundtrack – a favorite for studying


8 responses to “Music Monday: College Songs

  1. ohhh myyyy…i have a huge list of music that zips me right back to my college days. how fun!

    • I can still remember clearly all hanging out and listening to some of these songs. I had a professor who would play the same classical music during his lectures as he would during a test as it was supposed to help with recall.

  2. Oh….Sarah McLachlan totally reminds me of collage years!

  3. Brought back good memories Michelle!! Can’t wait for the next installment 🙂

    • I can’t wait for the next installment. Wow – was this a blast from the past or what? I still wonder how you girls put up with me during my Unbreak my Heart phase – I’m sure I was a BLAST to hang out with 🙂

      I still remember the line dancing in the hallway to Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under, outside of Jonna/Sarah’s room…Love it!

  4. Oh…how about that song from Bed of Roses…that’s another one we played a lot.

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