Expressive Writing: Day Three of Clichés

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Day Three: On the third day, I listened to my iTunes starting from 11:52 p.m. on Wednesday, February 2, 2011, to 12:13 p.m. on Thursday, February 3, 2011. I listened to five songs. The first three were R & B, with one of the singers being Angie Stone from the U.K. The fourth song was in French (translation included). The fifth song was again R & B. Setting: On the brown couch in my living room at home:

1. “Be forever”

2. “Don’t won’t to be attaché”

3. “What I have done before”

4. “That you love me so much more”

5. “It’s easier”

6. “Baby, forgive me”

7. (Different R & B song with Angie Stone): “Get burdened”

8. “Bird rising high above the trees”

9. “Giving you a show”

10. “Go out of my way”

11. “It’s your love I’m missing”

12. “I want to be that special kind of fool”

13. “It’s about time”

14. “Bring it on me”

15. “I’ll be loving you no matter what you do.”

16. “It’s alright, it’s OK.”

17. “Let your heart run away with me”

18. “Everything I am, everything I want to be”

19. “Oooh, oooh, oooh, oooh”

20. “Really, really loving the way you’re making me feel”

21. “Love supreme”

22. “I deserve everything and more”

23. “Make me feel so good”

24. “Trapped inside an hourglass”

25. “Just so we can be together”

26. “Loving you”

27. “Only think about you”

28. “For all eternity”

29. “Make me feel better”

30. “Making me feel more”

31. “No breaking up”

32. (French song, rough translation will follow) “Sexy repas” = good meal

33. “Plus belle” = most beautiful

34. “Hallelujah”

35. “Bon coeur” = good heart

36. “Devoirs semaine” = weekend work

37. “Sans toi” = without you

38. (R & B again): “Looking back in retrospect it’s funny how we see, the ups, the downs,

the smiles, the frowns”

39. “I was prepared for this”

40. “With love there comes a risk”

41. “Loving you is easy”

42. “In perfect harmony”

43. “Know that spring will come again”

44. “There’s a time to live and a time to die”

45. This was an extremely enjoyable assignment, Professor Allen. Thank you – Donna Kakonge


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