Daily Prompt: Always Something There to Remind Me

“A song comes on the radio and instantly, you’re transported to a different time and place. Which song(s) bring back memories for you and why? Be sure to mention the song, and describe the memory it evokes.” –The Daily Post

Whenever I hear the song Ironic by Alanis Morissette, it reminds me of my English class from 7th grade. My teacher, who was incredibly awesome (and a past magician), used this song to teach us the concept of irony.

This was the first song I ever enjoyed so much that I went out of my way to purchase it. I miss that class. I miss my teacher. I miss this song. I miss middle school in general.

It’s just one of those things where you hear it and brings back tons of great memories.

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