Wednesday, August 19, 2009

The best and worst thing about being pregnant

I have been pregnant for a total of 10 months of my life.

And I have had this song in my head. For all 10.




Specifically: "And now you tell me that you're having my baby? I'll tell you that I'm happy if you want me to."

(Nice, huh?)

Must be sung every night while getting ready for bed.

To be met with a sigh and an exasperated amused and loving head shake from DH.

The only reason I'm telling you this is because I really wanted to put a WHAM! video on my blog. The hormones get me feeling all nostalgic.

So what were you listening to in the '80s?

16 comments:

Kristina P. said...

Great. Just the song I want to have stuck in my head tonight.

Autumn said...

That's SO funny! I *totally* remember listening to WHAM! with you when we were little...jamming out in the back of the station wagon, with the seat facing BACKWARDS! :)

Mrs. Gamgee said...

LOL... that's awesome!

The 80s? Let's see, Michael Jackson, Wham (of course), and Corey Hart. Good times!

Jen said...

Oh God, what wasn't I listening to in the 80's? Madonna, MJ, Guns 'n' Roses, Def Leppard, Bon Jovi, Poison, Cyndi Lauper, Debbie Gibson, Tiffany, Journey...

I'm really a pretty big fan of 80's butt rock. Def Leppard and Poison are coming to Seattle next month...

lisawitt said...

hmmmm, bon jovi, cyndi lauper, tiffany, debbie gibson, and whatever else was on the Top 40 at the time! Milli Vanilli?? :)

My DH is a huge hair band fan and we went to see Def Leppaard, Poison, and Cheap Trick. It was quite good people watching and I am pretty sure some of those people still think its the 80s....

Martha said...

Loved the Fix, Duran, Duran, Madonna, Bon Jovi, Loverboy, and Of Course WHAM!!

Furrow said...

Pretty much what everybody else said. And Paula Abdul. My friend and I had very intricate dance routines to Paula Abdul songs.

Coffeegrl said...

Definitely Wham! Also, I was a big fan of movie soundtracks - specifically the Footloose soundtrack. I had a jazz dance class and we did a routine to the song "footloose". I can still remember the jazz hands that started the whole thing off....Scary.

Beautiful Mess said...

I love that song! I love the loving head shake from DH!

I've had Fine Young Cannibals stuck in my head for a few days. I think we were listening to the "alternative" music channel on the cable the other day and they came on. Love it!
*HUGS*

Aunt Becky said...

That song freaking RULES. In the eighties, man, I like WHAM and Prince. Ooh, yeah, Prince is a good one.

WiseGuy said...

LOLOL...Would you think that I am a dodo if I told you that I caught on to the English pop scene of the 80s only in the 90s?

It was George Michael, MJ, The Bangles and Sade for me.

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WiseGuy said...

Scratching head....there is no one song that I connect to very strongly about IF.

And please murder me, because I forgot the name of the Diva - M.

Soxy Deb said...

In the 80's I was listening to my babies screaming. I barely had time for music. lol

Hope your feeling well! :)

Anonymous said...

Speaking of Wham - have you heard Seether's version of "Careless Whisper"? Cracks me up and yet, somehow works for me! Was Andy absolutely appalled that you posted an 80's song on your blog??
AJ

niobe said...

WHAM! 'Til Tuesday. Alphaville.

Stephanie Faris said...

Hahaha! I woke up this morning and my dog was on my robe. I thought, "I don't have the heart to move her." So then the song "I Don't Have The Heart" from the 80s popped into my head and wouldn't go away. It's still there!

At Christmastime last year I wrote a blog about the "worst Christmas songs of all time." I named Paul McCartney's "Wonderful Christmastime" as the absolute worst. My boyfriend read it and proceeded to torment me throughout December by doing the 'wah-wah-wah-wah-wah' synthesizer songs all the time, ESPECIALLY at bedtime. Because then he knew it would be stuck in my head all night!