Next-Gen

Who Are You? me

by baileyboo14
Last updated 7 years ago

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Language Arts
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MEBy Kaitlyn Dudek

My SoundtrackLyrics, songs, and memories

Man! I Feel Like A WomanBy Shania Twain

Where Were You When the World Stopped TurninBy Alan Jackson

Scoby-Doo Theme Song

Long Black Train By Josh Turner

Wild at HeartBy Gloriana

The first time I listened to this song, I was about 6. We had to go somewhere, though I don't remember where. Our little 3-bedroom house was busy that morning. My brother and sister were asleep. They were about 3. I had just woken up and was eating some waffles while sitting on my mom and dad's bed. It was just a matress on the floor. So was the TV. My dad was getting a shower and my mom was running around getting ready. At that age i had already developed a love for country music. My mom turned on CMT for me to watch. It was the Top 20 Countdown. Our 6-month-old Labrador Retriever puppy Sunshine had come in and ploppeddown on the spot on the bed next to me. It just suddenly came on. I was staring at and listening to the TV with wide eyes and ears. i knew instantly that this was my favorite song. i ran and got my mom to show her. she told me the artist; Shania Twain. Two years later and I practically had every song of hers memorized and every CD or album I could Find. A year later we moved to Pennsylvania. My parents took me to my first concert; a Shania Twain concert.

This song is by Alan Jackson. I heard this when I was five; after 9/11. Obviously, it's about that day. This song basically asks you where you were when that incident happened. It asks what you did, or what you would've done. Why you were safe. I have a personal connection with that day and with this song. I remember. I was in kindergarten when this event happened. actually in school. We were sent home early. I didn't know why, so when we got home my brother and sister took a nap while I played with toys and while my mom watched TV. I was sitting with my back to the TV. My mom had a worried look on her face and was on the phone, talking to my Mimi. She was talking very nervously and fastly. I turned around and saw a very scary sight. It was showing two buildings that were the same. They were on fire. Big puffs of ash cloud and smoke were pouring off the fire. I found out later what happened. Turns out my mom was so worried because my dad was working not to far from that area, and she couldn't get an answer when she called him. It's a good thing that she eventually did.

I think this is a very good song. I just love the lyrics. I chose this song because I am religious, and all this stuff is in the bible. My younger sister likes to paly it a lot and my even younger sister can sing the lyrics because she remembers them, and she's only three. This song was on a lot when I was smaller, so that's how I remembered it in the first place.

I remember watching Scooby-Doo all the time when I was a kid. Whenever it would come on I would run and grab my Scooby-Doo toys. I had all of the Gang and the Mystery Machine. I would sing along with the theme song and make my characters do what the characters on the show did during the theme song. I remember that I had this movie. It was Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island. I'd sit there and watch it for hours. It was actually pretty scary to me when I was that age. I remember watching it this one time my Grandma and my Mimi came to watch me and my siblings while my parents went out. I remember it distinctly. I was sitting and watching Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island. I wanted something to drink and so I got up to go get my Mimi and grandma. They were out on the porch. That was when I saw it. Sunshine had made a mess on the floor.

I don't really know why I chose this song. I like it, though. It has a nice beat to it. Although I do remember the first time I heard it. We were at the Dairy Bar when some of my brother and sister's friends showed up. I was eating a twist cone with sprinkles. It was delicious. My youngest sister Emma was in the back covered in chocolate ice cream. The other two got out to say hi. So I flipped on the radio. and the newest song by the newist country group came on. i absolutely loved it. I obsessed over it. My dad had an itunes gift card and I was bugging him to buy it. He said no. The next day I got up, and when I went to listen to itunes, it was somehow magically there. I asked my dad if he bought and he said no. I couldn't tell if he was actually lying, but I think I stayed in the office while he use up every penny on the itunes card, so who knows how it got there?

The Autobiography of Me Part 1: A memory that has made me a better person is the 9/11 incident. I remember. I was in kindergarten when this event happened. actually in school. We were sent home early. I didn't know why, so when we got home my brother and sister took a nap while I played with toys and while my mom watched TV. I was sitting with my back to the TV. My mom had a worried look on her face and was on the phone, talking to my Mimi. She was talking very nervously and fastly. I turned around and saw a very scary sight. It was showing two buildings that were the same. They were on fire. Big puffs of ash cloud and smoke were pouring off the fire. I found out later what happened. Turns out my mom was so worried because my dad was working not to far from that area, and she couldn't get an answer when she called him. It's a good thing that she eventually did. This memory has taught me to be thankful for my friends and family and has taught me not to take advantage of any of that, or ignore it. I like to spend as much time with my family as possible. Part 2:Another memory would be when I broke my arm. My cousin , siblings, and I were playing outside on our scooters. I came up with a stupid game called "super Midgets". 2 people were good guys, 1 person was a bad guy, and the other person was in danger. The good guys would go really fast and ride around all over the place on their scooters, all while crouching down really small. Not a smart idea. My cousin went to get my bad guy who was my brother, while I saved the person in danger, who was my sister. I went to get her, but I figured I might as go twice as fast to make it look cooler. So I did. I hit a rock, and flew 2 feet in the air, face first onto the ground, and ended up twisting my arm beneath me, which, evidently, broke it. This memory has taught me not to be a show-off, and to not do stupid things like that. Part 3:This is the memory of when my youngest sister was born. We were at Friendly's when my parents told us we were gonna have another baby brother or sister. At first, I hated this idea, and then, I was completely fine with it. So when Emma was actually born, I was so excited. She was just so little, and I couldn't believe I had another sister, especially one so young. This memory has taught me to love my family, and to be glad I have them. They're the best!

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