Forbidden Covers

18 Mar




Twisted Mix Tape         Forbidden Covers       


Yes I am a little bit mixed up and confused but trust me there is madness to my method—wait, is that how that’s supposed to go? Anyhoo, I missed last week even though I did have a couple of ideas rattling around in my head. Then  when this week rolled around, I realized I could kill two weeks with one post. Multi-tasking blogging! What will we think of next???


So, without further ado, here is my Twisted Mix Tape Forbidden Covers ———- I think we’re alone now-Tommy James and the Shondells and Tiffany

This song pretty much covers a large part of my life! The first version came out in 1967, the year before I was born. The second came out in 1987, the year after I graduated high school! Yes I really am THAT old!!! It talks about young love and trying to find a place to be alone. Children behave—-sorry, not in my vocabulary!!! ————– Come Together– Aerosmith

This is my second cover song and forbidden love. Why forbidden? Would you want to love up on someone like this description in this song? Maybe not forbidden but definitely strange. My son loves this song and this whole soundtrack to tell the truth. I had it on in the CD player of my truck when I was taking him to school.  He has listened to it so often that he knows what track number his favorite songs are. Don’t know if I should be proud or worried. He also loves the ZZ Top track LA Grange (thank goodness he doesn’t “get” what they are talking about) and Aerosmith’s Sweet Emotion! ————–What Kind of Love are you On–Aerosmith

Who wouldn’t love this song? Kiss on the devil and piss off a saint! Done that more than once in my life!!! 😉 This is just a fun, rockin’ song! Nothing overly suggestive in this song, well except for Jack and Jill goin up that hill, wonder what they were doin’??!! You know it ain’t cool but ya like it like that!!! Yep that about sums it up! ——–Roll Me Away– Bob Seger

Roll me away! How many times in my life have I wished for that myself? Even when I had my own bike, I was tempted more than once to just roll that power on! In those days I didn’t have kids at home but I was still a reasonable  responsible adult. I had a full time job, had financial obligations and had to conduct myself like an adult (most of the time). I was always the one who said I would never grow up!! Somebody lied to me somewhere along the line! This shit is not what I signed up for!!!


Hope everyone enjoys my Twisted, mixed up Mix tape!!!


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7 responses to “Forbidden Covers

  1. SAM

    March 18, 2014 at 7:13 pm

    I chose Tiffany’s cover of I Think We’re Alone Now, too! And anything Aerosmith is okay by me, and Bob Seger, too. Great music!

    • msenecal68

      March 19, 2014 at 1:41 am

      Thanks girls!! Glad you both liked it!! I told my dear darling son I had another CD by Aerosmith called “Big Ones” and he just looked at me! He’s just old enough to mess with (almost 12)! “Mom, do you know what ‘big ones’mean?” I gave him my biggest innocent look and said “Yes, big hits!” He just rolled his eyes and said “No, not really!” I just laughed and said ok whatever!!

  2. Lois Alter Mark

    March 18, 2014 at 9:51 pm

    I did multi-tasking blogging this week too! Great list — especially Roll Me Away — and I just went and looked up the Armageddon soundtrack because I never knew Shawn Colvin performed on it. I love her!

  3. Jen

    March 19, 2014 at 7:51 pm

    Bravo! Love the way you mixed the themes together. I never mind a little mix up. It’s happened quite a bit.
    I think I might have to look more closely at that soundtrack!
    I love soundtracks with covers on them. Me, Myself and Irene is all Steely Dan covers. It’s awesome!

    • msenecal68

      March 19, 2014 at 8:13 pm

      Thanks so much Jen! I had fun with this one. I have been listening to that CD every morning for almost a month so it was easy! The funny thing is the movie was sort of meh, so-so but I love the soundtrack! I like the different artists and styles on this album, everything from sappy, to the blues to Aerosmith’s typical rocking style!! I’m a big Aerosmith fan anyway!!!

  4. The Regular Guy NYC

    March 20, 2014 at 5:31 am

    Some nice classic rock tunes you chose here! Bob Seger is one of my favs.

  5. Stephanie

    March 21, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    Great way to mix up the themes – I wish I’d thought of it, I didn’t do covers either even though I thought about it for days. Now I’ve got Think we’re alone now stuck in my head. Thanks!


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