1. "Keep me in Your Heart" by Warren Zevon
This song is so sweet. The story goes that Warren Zevon wrote this for his daughter soon after he was diagnosed with cancer, which soon took his life. When I had to help coordinate the music for a funeral of someone in my family, I suggested this song. It still makes me think of them and smile.
2. "A Kiss to Build a Dream On" by Louis Armstrong
I love the sound of Louis Armstrong's voice. There's something about that 1930s/40s Parisian cafe jazz sound that makes me so happy. Add to that his crystal clear trumpet sound and this sound is magic to my ears. I'm not sure how I feel about this song being used for the Fallout movies, but it does a great job of capturing the feel of that time.
3. "Keep on Singing my Song" by Christina Aguilera
You ever have one of those days where you feel like you're questioning everything and second guessing all the choices you made that brought you to that very point? When I find myself here, I pull up this song. Old Christina is better than this weird new one on The Voice. When she needed to clear out her soul, she held nothing back.
Talk to me, Goose (name that movie!). What K tunes did I miss?