My all time favourite movie is 'A Walk To Remember'. I think I've mentioned about that movie for quite few times already. I don't know, there's something about the movie that hits me deep down here and no matter how many times I watch it, I still can't get enough of it. I just can't. I can't forget when Landon and Jamie had their first date by dancing under the moonlight (just to name ONE). They also waited until dawn at cemetery to observe the comet using her telescope (her passion towards astronomy) and Landon named a star with Jamie's name (officially registered). Classic. That movie came out on 2002 and coincidentally, right now, I am listening to Avril Lavigne's Let Go album which had been released on 2002.
For your information, my favourite album from Michelle Branch (The Spirit Room) came out on 2001. Hmm. Back then, during late 90s and early 2000s, I was so used to listening and watching music videos in RTM TV2. Remember Stacie Orrico, Blue, Spice Girls, Avril Lavigne and Hilary Duff? Music was REAL good back then. I always think Michelle Branch brings out the element of that particular time through her music. Her music feels so close and intimate to me. Especially the one called 'Game Of Love' by Santana featuring her (I still remember watching the music video). Late primary school years and early secondary school, I started to listen to music through radio, purchasing CDs, printing songs lyrics and watching music videos in YouTube. Until I picked up guitar when I was 14, proving my love towards music.
Woahhh. What those had to do with a date I would love to go on?
|Inspiring, beautiful YUNAlis Zarai|
Music. Yes. I've always wanted to go to Yuna's intimate showcase one day. Actually, she's having her showcase in Malaysia right at this moment, #YunaLullabies. Man, I'm at Penang, she's at Selangor and as a student, with final exam's drawing near, of course I can't make it to her showcase.
Oh right, a date. I'm sorry for those distractions (the word 'date' just sometime sounds so alien to me). A perfect date for me would be sitting beside 'my date', listening to Yuna's jazzy, classy, lush music, sipping coffee and savoring that moment. Then after the showcase's over, we would go stargazing, while having deeper conversation (okay that's Yuna's song title, fyi)...........um, NO. We would go midnight shopping at Big Bad Wolf because we really really love books (I wish he loves books, whoops no, he HAS to love books).
That's it. Poof. My imaginary date is gone.