Heres the situation: Grades thriving, Confidence in my work, higher than ever life is goin' great. My math teacher isn't the best at teaching but that's okay we're going to pull through. WRONG. I took one test after another and my grade was dropping. I would try to study but every time I looked at the notes I felt like I knew less. I found this song while trying to do some homework for his class and it perfectly summed up how I was feeling.
3% By Hobo Johnson
This song talks about how Low of a chance Mr. Johnson here has a chance of being a rapper and how he wants to prove his friends wrong but he hasn't yet. I would like to be enviromental engineer and go to Georgia Tech. Of course, the chances aren't as low as they are for him but dude, 31% acceptance rate. Wow, there's no way!
Revvin' my Cj7 by Summer Salt
Homedog, it's been a long school year and yeah I do need a vacation but uh I do need to take care of my future. Walking home and boppin out after school is kinda the best thing ever. Also one big lyric in this song (for me at least is) "If I don't get into heaven, I best be Revvin my Cj7. " I used to be really concerned with getting into Georgia tech and thought that if I didn't get in my life
would be over. But I mean if I don't get in I'll still have my amazing music taste, so ill be fine.
It's been a long year
As far as I can see
I could use a vacation but
I've got to take care of my family
Munny Right by Jon Bellion
In this song, my guy Jonny boy talks about his career and how he went from feeling trapped in 7th grade to selling out stadiums. Dog, high school, sucks especially when your English teacher makes you present a lot. Hopefully, He'll never
make me present to the whole class so I can finish high school and go to college and excel at my job like Mr. Bellion here. The only way I'll be successful in my career is if my English teacher lets me not present to the class. Lets hope he makes the right decision.
Every Single Night by Fiona Apple
My Sister came home for the holidays and we all went to Savannah, Georgia. All throughout the trip, he would "sing" the bridge at random times. He doesn't like the words. He would just yell the beat. We would be getting ready for bed and just hear him singing it over and over again as he walked past the door. Yeah, He's pretty cool.