What I’m Working Out To Wednesday

Cecilia and the Satellite
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness

20131107-131103.jpgI know this song was pretty much all over the place for the past year, so I’m late to the party on this one. The album came out last year. I was trying to avoid it because honestly, I am kind of over Andrew McMahon. He was the lead singer in Something Corporate, and also tried again with a band called Jack’s Mannequin. I liked both of those, but they usually just had a few hits and then disappeared. Like, stick it out with one band already, Andrew. Geez. So when I first heard this song, I didn’t even have to look up the artist to know it was him – and I figured it wasn’t something that could be credited to either Something Corporate or Jack’s Mannequin and was likely something new. I was right – now he’s a solo act. Maybe that will work out better for him. I was still not sold on this tune. Then somehow it got stuck in my head, which lead to me downloading the album, and liking this song. I don’t actually like the rest of the album (at least, not yet) – I gave it a listen on my way up to Hartford this weekend. I love the lyrics in this song, but I think the rest of the album is kind of cheesy (couldn’t think of a better way to describe it).

“I’ve been knocked down, I got up again…”

What music are you listening to this week? 


13 Replies to “What I’m Working Out To Wednesday”

  1. OMG, I LOVE that song! I heard an interview with the singer and he spoke about the lyrics and the meaning of the song (it’s about his baby). Chokes me up every time I hear it thinking about it. (and hey, super excited that I actually know the song you are talking about today!!) Have a good one! 🙂

  2. Ah yes, I have been running to this one for a while. I have an old Jack’s Mannequin song on my playlist so I was happy to add this one. I guess I think him because he’s pretty much been under a different name for each phase of my life so it’s worked out nicely.

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