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Music Monday (12/15/23): Sadie Eichenberger

Sadie Eichenberger, sophomore photographer, shares some of her favorite songs to blast on her headphones as winter break approaches.
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You’re So Vain – Carly Simon 

This song was first introduced to me at the beginning of last year, at a time of my life where I was constantly at home sick. One of those days, my mom turned on the movie, How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days, and I instantly fell in love with the movie. In the film, there is a scene where the main character sings along to this song and ever since, the track has had a spot on my playlist. 

I Say No – Carrie Hope Fletcher + The West End Cast of Heathers 

My entire life, I have had an unhealthy obsession with Broadway and theater, and that love has only intensified in the last few years. The more musicals I am cast in, the more music I fall in love with. This song entered my life when I discovered the movie Heathers, and then the musical. This song acts as a female rage soundtrack for me, and I don’t think it will ever get old. 

All Time Low – Jon Bellion

This song was the soundtrack of summer car rides and traffic jams when I was growing up. It was a song we would scream while all the windows were down, and it remains a favorite of mine to this day.

Concussion – Girlhouse 

There is not another song I have encountered thus far that I connect to on the level that I connect with this one. The song tells a story in which a girl gets in a car wreck, and the songs lyrics are her thoughts as she lays on the ground in the aftermath. The song is so deeply existential, and yet I think it’s realistic. Bad things happen to everyone, and sometimes we just have to lay on the ground and consider life for a minute.

All Too Well (10 Minute Version) – Taylor Swift 

This track is not only a song I sing as I dance around my kitchen at one o’clock in the morning, but one that also reminds me of my family. My cousins and I have always had a love for Taylor Swift, and we went to see The Eras Tour movie too many times to count. Yelling this song in a nearly empty theater this thanksgiving is a memory I will always remember.

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Sadie Eichenberger, Photographer
Sadie Eichenberger is a sophomore and a photographer for On The Record. This is Sadie’s first year on staff and she is super excited to get a chance to work with such great people and have the opportunity to express her love for photos. Sadie is involved in various clubs in and outside of school, and enjoys spending her free time crocheting and listening to Taylor Swift.
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