There has been somewhat of a change in my playlists since I last posted the one I had compiled for In Pain and Blood. Namely, a swing to instrumental. I think part of that might be due to my headphones (fancy gaming ones that I was gifted during my last birthday *hee*), meaning a lot of these are what I listened to whilst writing the scenes rather than having them remind me of a scene.
That doesn’t mean To Target the Heart’s playlist is entirely instrumental. There are still quite a number that have lyrics (even if the playlist is half the length of In Pain and Blood’s), but gaming soundtracks were my main goto this time around.
You may notice a drastic shift in mood partway through. Some heavy stuff happens in this one.
2 thoughts on “To Target the Heart’s Playlist”
I can totally dig it. Listening to the songs, I’m all “uh-huh, yep, totally fitting”. I especially grinned with Demi Lovato Cool for the Summer and hearing her whisper “don’t tell your mother”. Fantastic!
Random thing I noticed: you have To Poison a Prince twice under your WIP Word Counts side bar.
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Ha! I didn’t even notice TPaP was there twice.
Cool for the Summer has been on the playlist practically from the start. It just screamed “Darshan” to my ears.