Your Favorite Music Book Tag

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Hello guys! I found this fun tag at The Book Prophet. And it was created by Debbie. (Look, I know its Saturday, k? I just thought it would be fun to do this one today! Sue me!)

Rules:


  • Tag the creator of this tag and the one who tagged you
  • Pick 5 songs (or more) that you just have to listen whenever they are played
  • Pick the books/characters you think fit that song the best, and explain why you pick this book/character for this song
  • Tag some friends!

Babel- Mumford & Sons

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A lot of Mumford & Sons songs remind me of Loki, if you’ve heard any of them you’d understand. But it reminds me of Magnus as well.

The Boxer- Mumford & Sons

This is another one that reminds me of Loki.

I’m going with a character here- Feanor from The Silmarilion.

Carry On My Wayward Son- Kansas

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Book1 Mostly Aragorn.

 

Adia- Sarah McLachlan

I’m getting a Snape vibe over here. (But this also reminds me of Black Widow….)

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Dream On- Aerosmith

The Giver by Lois Lowry. This was my first DNF. How gone people stand this stuff?!

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Hurt- Johnny Cash

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Oh, how I wish this was for tv/movies! Ugh, well.

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Ain’t No Man- The Avett Brothers

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Dumbledore, baby!!!

I’m leaving this tag open!!!

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alex-c

Published by AlexCharming

Alex is the oldest daughter of 8, soon to be 9, kids. They are all homeschooled. She enjoys reading, listening to music, and working outside. Alex is currently working on her first book.

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