Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Kingdom Dance // Tuesday for the Muse

Inspired by my friend Katie and her lovely fashion blog Beautifully Pure, I've decided to start a weekly music feature, focusing primarily on songs that inspire me (but also including songs that I just plain love).

This week, I chose a song that I've loved for a long time but only just downloaded last week.  It's the music from the Tangled soundtrack (by the brilliant Alan Menken) that plays during the dancing scene.  I fell in love with this song the first time I watched the movie, even before the scene was over.  Dancing (and songs that make me feel like dancing) have always had a special place in my heart, and this song perfectly captures the energy of a dance while retaining a sweet innocence that we in the modern era have forgotten with our dancing.  I personally believe old-fashioned community dances should make a comeback.  What do you think?


  1. Yes! Yes! Yes! I need to get me all dolled up in a frilly frock and go dance the Virginia Reel with some dashing young man in a suit. Pronto!

    And I love this song too. My little sisters have several songs from the soundtrack and I put them on my iPod, too. The funniest part of it is when me and Maddie (15) and my mom are driving around to "I Have a Dream." Lol!

  2. "I have dreams like you, no really! Just much less touchy feely."

    Tangled music is so lovely, and fun, and...and, I'm too sleepy to think of more words. Now I will go, to sleep, and listen to Owl City and wish for a country dance.