I love music. My fiancée and I share that in common. And music is a huge part of our lives. Steve is an amazing guitar player. And singer. And his brother, who lives just up the road, is also crazy good.

When they’re playing together it’s honestly the best. Just so good. So, so, so good. Did I tell you yet how good it is?! Oh, sorry, yah, it’s really, really good.

I love having a glass of wine and listening to the brothers play and sing.

On other occasions, us and our buddies flick on youtube and go around the room, and everyone gets a chance to pick a song. And we all listen to it and move onto the next. It’s fun. For us. Maybe it’s not your thing. And that’s also cool.

Anywho, it’s a good way to hear music you may have never heard. Or be reminded of a song that’s disappeared off your music radar.

And you can pick whatever song it is that you wanna hear. No judgement. Well, not really.

I watched Straight Out Of Compton with Steve this year, and so gangsta rap has been playing all up in our house.. and that’s been, well…

I enjoy it in small doses.

Anyway, here’s a list of my favourite songs. I have so, so, so many, but these are the ones that just came to me off the top of my head!

In case you wanna know what’s on this girls playlist, here it is…

Girl From The North Country, Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash

Linger, The Cranberries

Vice, Miranda Lambert

Fiddlers Green, The Tragically Hip

Tambourine Man, Bob Dylan

Alexandra Leaving, Leonard Cohen

Fire Away, Chris Stapleton

Father and Son, Cat Stevens

Cristina Perri, Arms

Morning Has Broken, Cat Stevens

Katy Perry, Thinking of You

Pulling Oil From The Sand, The

Days Gone By, The Navigators

Field Behind The Plow, Stan Rodgers

Birds Fly South, The Masterson’s

The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, Joan Baez

Creep, Radiohead

No Change in Me, Ron Hynes

Simple Man, Lynyrd Skynyrd

I Loved Her First, Heartland

Wonderwall, Oasis

Elis Unit One, Steve Earl

Castle On The Hill, Ed Sheran

You Found Me, The Fray

Lucky, Seven Mary Three

Tin man, Miranda Lambert

Tennessee Whisky, Chris Stapleton

Anything by Amy Winehouse

Oh Sister, Bob Dylan

Heart of Gold, Neil Young

Joey, Concrete Blonde

Lost Together, Blue Rodeo








3 thoughts on “Music and My Top 30 Playlist

  1. I love music too and it can truly be healing when you need it. I always have music on in the background wherever I am or whatever I’m doing. My kids and I play “guess that song” nightly. I love it when they know 80’s music that I don’t even know. 🙂 Miss the Newfie music down here though.


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