Pop Music

21 Aug

Now, normally, I’m not a huge pop music girl. I tend to make fun of it actually. I don’t listen to mainstream radio (especially around here. Blech) and I don’t watch Much Music or MTV often. Never really have. But the first time I heard “Umbrella” by Rhianna, I liked it. I’ve always thought Rhianna was pretty talented, especially considering her age. Umbrella blew me away. Still wouldn’t buy the album, but it was a cool song.

Now add Mandy Moore who, aside from being in Saved, which I LOVE!!!, kinda irritates me. Well, she covered Umbrella, and I thought it was lovely. I never realized the lyrics were so, well, pretty and sweet.

Now feel free to make fun of me for today’s questionable taste in music.

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4 Responses to “Pop Music”

  1. Mogo the Wonder Pup August 21, 2007 at 11:37 am #

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    Mandy Moore? srsly!?!?!

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  2. thordora August 21, 2007 at 11:40 am #

    Shut up. The song is good. otherwise, she annoys me in that “pure” kinda way.

  3. landismom August 21, 2007 at 9:29 pm #

    I looooooovvvvveee this song. For me, it is THE summer of ’07 song.

    But I have to say, this would be improved by Jay-Z.

  4. Barbie August 23, 2007 at 9:46 am #

    Please pleaswe tell me you’re joking and this entry is something conjured up from this fucking hang over. I guess I never listened to the lyrics, but that songannoys me to no end, but then gaain, to each his own. Cool if you like it. I just personally want to stab myself in the jaw when I hear it.

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