Songs Without Lyrics & What Does The Fox Say?


I was listening to Pandora just the other day, and on my Lana Del Rey station came this song called Song of the Caged Bird by Lindsey Stirling (the girl in the photo above) who is a violinist,  and a good one at that. She made me start a Pandora station because she was so good. It made me think about artists like Daft Punk and Skrillex and others who make amazing music with no lyrics.
    Being Jenora Hamilton, I just had to search for more music from Lindsey Stirling (on Pandora of course) and found The Drift by Blackmill (which I tried to make my own lyrics to because it has such a great sound), Fortune Days by The Glitch Mob (who I’ve already heard about thanks to the awesome trailer for G.I. Joe Retaliation) and “Sweet Dreams [Are Made of This]” by Dallas String Quartet (I couldn’t find them on YouTube on my phone, sorry!). These songs ended up being downloaded into my playlists.





Anywho, during my searches, I happen to come across this bizzare but very catchy song, which is weird but strangely appeasing. The Fox by Ylvis made me laugh out loud. I mean, the guy is totally serious when he’s singing this song. Then comes the dance part and the old man reading a book with his grandchild (which is very random) and………well, you have to see it to believe it.

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