This page is all about the memories that music brings to the surface. If your like me, you have certain songs that bring back memories, as soon as the first few chords hit it takes you back to a certain time in your life. If a song gets posted that brings back a certain memory, you'll find it here.

Michael W. Smith - Change Your World
I Wanna Tell the World - This song was in my first wedding. Other songs were as well but this one always strikes me with a memory because it's more of a fast paced song and we used it as our exit song. The pastor actually tried to talk us into a more "traditional." We ended up getting compliments on the choice.

A Flock of Seagulls
I Ran - Sadly, this song reminds me of the game, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. It was on the commercials for it.

the Jeff Healey Band - See the Light
Angels Eyes - Again, sadly, this song reminds me of the movie Road House and Patrick Swayze. Mainly because Jeff and the band were also in the movie.

Randy Stonehill - Wonderama
Rachel Delevoryas - I'm not entirely sure why, but this songs reminds me of staying at my friends moms moms house in Indianapolis. I assume we listened to the album there, probably for the first time, that's usually why it makes me remember a place.

DeGarmo & Key - Commander Sozo and the Charge of the Light Brigade
Casual Christian - This song also take me back to Indianapolis but an entirely different trip. The first time I heard this song was at a conference. I loved it when I heard it and was surprised that DeGarmo & Key sang it because I had most of their albums at the time, but apparently not this one.

Alice in Chains - Facelift
Man in the Box - This song takes me back to when I started getting back into secular music. I was working construction and the foreman always listened to the local rock station in the truck to and from the job site. So I was forced to listen to it and began to enjoy it and this is one of the songs that I kept hearing. It grew on me and now when I hear it, I remember trying to sleep in the backseat of the work truck.

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