Well, I’m sure it’s not a permanent farewell, but my favorite link-up is going away for a while, at least until fall.
So through spring and summer I’ll be compiling mix-tapes and taking them to the beach with me in anticipation of Twisted Mix-Tape Tuesday’s return.
Appropriately, the theme this week is missing you, goodbye, see ya later, or however you handle goodbye and want to make a mix-tape about it.
My farewell to Twisted Mix-Tape Tuesday, at least until fall:
One of Us Must Know (Sooner or Later), Bob Dylan
I didn’t mean to hurt you so bad
You shouldn’t take it so personal
I didn’t mean to make you so sad
You just happened to be there, that’s all
Sooner or later one of us must know
You’re just doin’ what you’re supposed to do
Don’t feel bad Jen, leaving us all waiting and wanting more Mix-Tape, I understand you’ve got things to do, I understand it takes a crazy amount of time. I hope you understand I don’t have to be happy about it!
Love and Memories, O.A.R. (Live from Madison Square Garden)
Yes, you know you’ve done a good thing when we’re all left with Love and Memories.
So Long, Ingrid Michaelson
Really, the only part of this song that’s appropriate to Mix-Tape is: “So long to you” the rest of the words are kinda crazy.
Missing Pieces, O.A.R.
We will all be missing pieces because our Tuesday link-up is gone (at least until fall.)
San Francisco, Brett Dennen
Go if you want to go
But I won’t follow
Just so you know
Leave if you want to leave
But I won’t be here
When you come home
I’m lying. You know we’ll all be here when you get back.
Missing You, John Waite
Of course all I’m saying is I’m going to be missing my Tuesday music fix.
My post today is part of the last Twisted Mix-Tape Tuesday for a while. If you love music, check out the rest of the tributes and farewells by clicking the link below. I tried to make this a little funny, a little goofy, and to make Jen feel a little guilty (not really). If you were saying goodbye to something you enjoy what would your song choice be? I’d love to read about it in the comments below.
Now, I’ll have to make do…until fall.