Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Setting A Transition to Music...

As I mentioned in last week's Monday post, I put together a playlist of tunes to help me through this transition. I am leaving a job I like, and will no longer be working with people I like (although I am still planning on making the Thursday Chuao's trips).


And so, I put together a playlist to listen to and remind myself. I call it Leaving With Grace...
  1. The Presence of the Lord is Here (Fran McKendree)
  2. Holy Spirit, Come Now (Jesse Manibusan)
  3. Use Me Up (John Tirro)
  4. Trust in Your Heart (from the musical "Paris")
  5. I Say Grace (Hayley Westenra)
  6. The Potter's Hand (Hillsong)
  7. This Journey Is My Own (Sara Groves)
  8. Unwritten (Natasha Bedingfield)
  9. Compelled (Sara Groves)
  10. Lifesong (Casting Crowns)
  11. How Can I Tell (Sara Groves)
  12. Tacos, Enchiladas and Beans (Doris Day)
  13. Dog Days Are Over (Pentatonix)
  14. Shut Up and Let Me Go (The Ting-Tings)
  15. Hymn (Brooke Fraser)
  16. It Is Well (Sara Groves)
Yeah, I diverged into a little bit of upbeat silliness, which has more to do with me bopping my head along to the music than being actually, you know, applicable.


I've uploaded this as a playlist on iTunes (hoping that I could somehow get it to play in here. Ah well.) One song is missing and I think that's because it's from an Australian recording.


[Leaving With Grace iTunes playlist]


Do you create and use playlists to change or perpetuate your mood?

1 comment:

  1. Oh yes! I always have music on at home and I usually pick whichever playlist has the song I'm itching to sing along with and then put it on shuffle.

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