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“The Playlist” Salutes September Before it Ends

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The season changes to Autumn over the weekend, signalling that September is nearing an end.  This week’s version of “The Playlist” salutes a month that salutes heroes, holidays, the change in the air, and the change in the colors.

The month of September salutes the working man on Labor Day, brings the day nobody will ever forget (9/11), Jewish holidays, a day that salutes heroes, your Nana and Pop-Pop, and the changes from Summer to Fall and Virgo to Libra.

The Playlist will reflect all of this is the vivid colors of Autumn, and maybe surprise you along the way on this 20-song journey.  Embrace the beauty that September brings us:

DaughtrySeptember (logical place to start)

Chris BrownSay Goodbye (Goodbye to Summer, and bring the Brown in the leaves)

Green DayWake Me Up When September Ends (Billy Joe is not a fan of September?)

ColdplayYellow (another color of Fall)

Kelly ClarksonDark Side (the nights start to get longer, which is the Dark Side of Sept.)

David GrayBabylon (more Gray skies in Fall)

Train 50 Ways to Say Goodbye (“You could you leave on Yom Kippur?”, which is Sept. 25th and 26th this year)

ExposeSeason’s Change (Autumn begins Sept. 22nd)

YellowcardOcean Avenue (penalty card in soccer, and girls H.S. soccer starts in Sept.)

REM Orange Crush (another color on the leaves of Autumn)

Sheryl CrowA Change Will Do You Good (well the seasonal change will bring cooler weather, which does some good)

Bruce SpringsteenThe Rising (The Boss pays tribute to those working at Ground Zero)

Enrique IglesiasHero (National Heroes Day is Sept. 16th)

Alicia Keys / Jay-Z  –  Empire State of Mind (we never forget 9/11)

MadonnaLike A Virgin (like a Virgo, which is the sign of the Virgin)

Saving JaneGirl Next Door (Top-25 hit in 2006 talking about the cheerleader and the girl in a marching band, bringing thoughts of H.S. football)

Van HalenHot For Teacher (Sept. expectation of “What do you think the teacher is going to look like this year”?)

Elmo & PatsyGrandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer (a Xmas song?  National Grandparents Day is the first Sunday after Labor Day)

Mariah CareyHero (dedicate this one to your Grandparents on Heroes Day)

Whitney HoustonStar Spangled Banner (best version ever of Francis Scott Key’s creation, which was written on the night of Sept. 13-14, 1814)

 

 

 

 

 

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