When I was a young girl (about eight years old), I used to loathe music. It might be because of the terribly put-together music videos on television, or perhaps because I’ve never been, even at a young age, a fan of mainstream music.
In fifth grade, we had to put together a multimedia presentation. I don’t remember much of it –the subject, who I worked with (I’m guessing it was in pairs?) or anything else particular about that year– but I walked away with a new favourite song. A pop-rock song which was exceedingly different from those I’ve heard previously on television.
Predictable is one of Delta Goodrem’s less-known songs. This saddens me, as it’s my favourite out of all the songs I’ve heard from her.
It’s not so much the lyrics (although they are pretty good too) but the melody itself, the way she sings it, and the repetitive drums in the background. I loved it back then, and I still adore it now.
I consider Predictable by Delta Goodrem my personal “gateway” to the music world. After that, I began getting into music and trying to keep up with trends. I had a phase where only mainstream music was what I listened to, but now I can’t listen to them without getting a headache.
Now, I like the genres of music I listen to. Which are so extensive, I can’t fully describe a favourite genre of mine. I love all of them equally, and even if I dislike a particular category of music, there will always be exceptions.
7-DAY MUSIC BLOGGING CHALLENGE << Click to join!
- Your favourite song.