My favourite songs are ones with big hooks and big basslines, and I’ve been singing them since I was a kid.
But I don’t sing ‘Bum Bum’ anymore because I think the whole thing is too easy, too straightforward.
It’s too easy to get swept up in the sounds of a song, the way we get caught up in their chorus and refrain, or in the way the melody changes.
I love songs with complex lyrics and catchy hooks, like ‘Lemonade’ or ‘I’m So Fine’.
But I’ve always been attracted to songs with simple hooks, and the simplicity of ‘Bubblegum’ for instance, is really a really good example of that.
‘Bustin’ and ‘I Like It When You’re Happy’ have catchy hooks and melodies, but it’s a song that has just a little bit of a simple, introspective feel to it, which makes it perfect for me.
You know, it’s really easy to fall into the trap of thinking it’s just a catchy hook, but really it’s the first song that we sing and the first thing we do after we start singing, it really starts to sound like a song.
I like the simplicity and I think that’s a good thing.
It allows me to get into the song, and when we sing it, I feel like I’m part of the song.
So that’s the way I’ve used to sing these songs.
I always felt like I could do it if I really wanted to.
When I was younger, it wasn’t a big thing to me, because I didn’t really get into music at all.
I was really into watching TV, and listening to music, but I had a lot of music that I didn, in fact, listened to in the car.
So I was like, ‘What am I going to do?’
And I was into my own little niche.
I think when I was young I was kind of into just being in the club, and being a DJ, and that’s what it’s like now.
I’ve become a DJ for the first time, and it’s all just my music.
That’s my little niche, and people just find me out.
I can’t be that person in my own life that’s trying to do all these things, and then they find me in my DJ persona.
That just doesn’t feel right to me.
I don, like, enjoy myself more when I’m in my music and that I’m not trying to make a name for myself and make it about my music, and how I am a DJ.
I just enjoy being a musician, being in my field, and just doing what I do.
So, I can relate to it a little.
I feel the same way when I play my music: I don