Working hard or hardly working?

Well, this post will be about work.

A couple of months ago, when we started this blog, we were 7 college students. From July until now, 3 of us have started working, one each month (I was the last to join). So I thought I should make a post with a song about work.

And when I think of work the first song that comes to my mind is Dolly Parton‘s  “9 to 5” (probably because I don’t know that many songs about work, even if there are a lot). It does not fit perfectly in Portuguese’s timetable – we usually work 9 to 6, as almost everyone has a one-hour lunch break -, but it is still nice 😛

Enjoy your weekend 😉

PS – just a not to mention that this song was originally written for the film Nine to Five.

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Have a nice weekend!

Is there anything more beautiful than a lousy melody sang out of tune by the band’s drummer (who even yawns while singing the song)? I think not. And I’m pretty sure you think the same!

So here’s a masterpiece from Green Day‘s Tré Cool to make you enjoy the weekend:

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkdQ1hatd2s]

The Wedding Singer

Hi everyone!

Since all of my blog mates are too busy, it must be me who bothers you again. And, to avoid being repetitive, I’ll make the third consecutive post containing a soundtrack song 😛

Wedding Singer Drew Barrymore Adam SandlerToday’s song is from The Wedding Singer, an Adam Sandler (remember him?) movie. It’s not my favourite Sandler movie – I am a huge fan of Adam Sandler, by the way -, but it is a nice one to watch, still. It is somehow similar to 50 First Dates, not because it also features Drew Barrymore, but because it is more a romantic movie than a comedy.

Being so, the song you’ll listen is a love song, and a quite beautiful one (at least I think so),but also a comic one. Enjoy it 😉