Dew Trail CYOA #14
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Quick Summary: Ready to call it a night in preparation for working on the car in the morning.
It's been a while since you've laid around listening to music, having a car really cut down on you doing that. You start flipping through your collection, nearly picking Electric Ladyland since it's your most recent purchase.
You decide if If you're going out with Cheryl tomorrow night you should check out the albums she gave you instead. You've heard a bit of of the more popular songs here and there but you'd say you were going in blind here outside of Cheap Thrills last week.
Coming to the conclusion that you'll probably be up long enough to listen to both you grab Surrealistic Pillow and start playing it, the record player is right next to your bed so you don't have to go loud enough to bother your dad.
Before laying down you set the alarm on your clock for 8 in the morning, should be more than fine.
You lay back with your eyes closed bobbing your head to the beat, taking in the music and letting your mind be occupied with the words and instruments.
Man, you forgot just how enjoyable it is to lose yourself in music like this, this one has been catchy even if you feel like you spent too much time thinking about some of the lyrics.
Sure enough you end up listening to the entire album, already looking forward to listening through the other album as you swap it out.
You probably listened to most of it when you smoked with the hippies last week, but you must've missed out on the opening track, most feel good sounding song you've heard in a while. You don't make it to the 2nd side since you turn it off once you feel yourself dozing off a little.
Gotta admit you liked both of her recommendations.
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