3 Overplayed Songs – That I love Anyway

The other day I came across Plinky.com. A site I’m sure a lot of you know, but was new to me. The concept is to ask you a question to help spark a creative writing topic. I experience “writers block” quite often, and my MATRIX teammates are always telling me that they would like to blog, but aren’t sure what to write about.  Plinky might work for you, or might not, but the concept is good.

The question I was asked was “Name three overplayed songs that you love anyway.”

So here are my current three choices:

1. OAR – Shattered

2. The Script – Breakeven

3. The All-Amercian Rejects – Gives You Hell

What are your choices for the most overplayed songs (but you love them anyway)?

If Plinky isn’t cutting it for you, here are a few more tips to help relax your writers cramp.


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About AdamWaid

Adam Waid is a revenue marketer. With over 10 years of industry experience Adam is a strategic thinker who has a passion for producing revenue-generating results through solutions-driven marketing. Director of Customer Success at Pardot a Salesforce Company, Adam is focused on customer adoption, building scalable processes and programs, and delivering increased customer satisfaction and retention. Adam has a passion for ensuring Salesforce customers achieve the highest revenue possible using marketing automation. Adam is extremely active in the Atlanta marketing community. He was named 2014 Atlanta Interactive Marketer of the Year by AIMA; chairs the Marketing Automation group within the Atlanta Interactive Marketing Association (AiMA); organizes quarterly marketing automation meet-ups, teaches Digital Marketing courses, has written over 60 marketing blogs, 5 digital marketing eBooks, and speaks regularly at industry events.

2 responses to “3 Overplayed Songs – That I love Anyway”

  1. Kelly Thielemann says :

    I agree with these 3 songs, but you have to include any Nickelback song.

  2. adamwaid says :

    Very true! Forgot about them and Daughtrey.

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