good songs

Earworm: “Paradise” by Coldplay

A really good mix of electronic beats with Chris Martin’s soothing Brit-rock voice. Can’t be beaten.

It’s been played to death by the radio, but it still has a place in my music library. I still love this song. Damn.

Some special meaning behind this post, as well. I’m posting this about 4 days after the 1st anniversary of the release of this amazing song.

Earworm: “Bye Bye Bye” by ‘N Sync

Oh lord, does this song bring back memories. Back when boy bands were the ish.

‘N Sync and The Backstreet Boys and and Britney Spears ruled pop radio back then.

It came on the radio today in the car, and I was so pumped to hear the song again. It’s been stuck in my head all day. “EARWORM?! Hell yes,” I thought immediately.

I remember when I watched the music video for this song when I was a kid and just felt like running around my house like a maniac. I would dance for hours to this song.

There’s not much to say about this incredible pop hit besides that it is on my list of Top 10 Favorite Songs.

Earworm: “By My Side” by David Choi

Ah, my first Earworm post (I was aiming to beat The Big Cheese to getting the absolute first Earworm post, but meh, this shall suffice). Feels good, I’d say. It’s good to let these things off our chest.

(For a more detailed explanation of what this whole Earworm series is to be, click here: https://justwroteablog.com/earworm/ )

Well, the song stuck in my head today, (and quite frankly, for the last few days) is By My Side by David Choi. I do plan on singing this, when the time comes, at my wedding. Too early to be deciding who that special woman is, but seriously, this is to be at my wedding.

Choi is a really talented Asian-American artist who has found his fame on YouTube. He generally composes ballads, and oh are they ever so sweet. By My Side, however, just takes the cake.

*And if you enjoyed the music video, check out the behind the scenes!

*The music video was produced by the wonderful Asian-American production company, Wong Fu Productions (Philip Wang, Ted Fu, and Wesley Chan). Check out their videos and have a good laugh!