Hope’s Favorite Alternative Music Artists

October 14, 2012 on 5:29 pm | In Hope, The Rock & Other Listening Material | 2 Comments

For as long as The Civee and I can remember, Hope has been into music. From our first few days with her, music (not just kids music) has quieted Hope and now that she’s old enough to pay attention, it entertains her.

She has been into Weezer for a while. If a Weezer song comes on while we’re hanging out at home or driving in the car, she will immediately identify it as a Weezer tune (and that includes songs that I don’t play all the time). But now, if we’re listening to the radio and a non-Weezer song plays, she will ask who plays it. For example, the other day Van Halen’s Jump was on. She asked “who plays this?” I replied “Van Halen.” She waited a few seconds, then repeated her question. I repeated my answer, adding “featuring David Lee Roth.” She asked a few more times, with me each time stating Van Halen and adding a few facts about the song. So by the ninth time she asked, I replied “Papa.” “Papa sings this,” Hope said.

So everytime she hears a non-Weezer song she will ask who plays it. She keeps asking until we reply with the name of someone she knows. Her grandmother sings Crazy Train. Her Uncle played Rockit. And her bus driver sang a bunch of 80’s rock tunes.

So if you ever meet Hope and she asks you if you sang The Safety Dance, please just smile and nod politely.

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  1. Hope can dance if she wants to
    She can leave her friends behind
    ‘Cause her friends don’t dance and if they don’t dance
    Well they’re no friends of mine.

    Comment by Poopah! — October 14, 2012 #

  2. Lol being that the Safety Dance is her Aunt Erin’s favortie song of all time- it is okay my me to tell her I sang it, but no hard rock!!!

    Comment by Aunt Erin — October 31, 2012 #

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