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RoyalsReviewCommunityCompilationAlbum (RRCCA) Vol. VII -- Let's try to take our minds off of this depressing s--t

Perhaps we've now given birth to something wonderful, something so horribly wonderful, that it must be introduced to our new friends from across the e-pond (I'm imagining something out of Tron).

This is a cute little activity we've done. We've had several themes for this cute little activity over the months...9 months? Perhaps. Perhaps.

At any rate, you go on Youtube.com and find a song you'd want to share with the Royals Review community, one that fits the theme proposed by the guy who posts it (in this case, me).

Then, you email that URL to the email address provided. In this case, ceecee.savoy@gmail.com

It's a dummy email address I use.

THIS TIME'S THEME:

Find the song that most effectively "takes you back" to your childhood.

So that's it, find a song that has a remarkable ability to almost transport you back to a long time ago.

Then I put them in a youtube.com playlist, one that ostensibly "makes sense" in terms of listening to the playlist as a whole, continuous stream of music. Then I post it.


If you must send me two songs, I'll allow it this time.

Cut off day is Friday, July 6, 12:00am

This FanPost was written by a member of the Royals Review community. It does not necessarily reflect the views of the editors and writers of this site.

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