HUSTON, Texas — “WTF” is the song that has made me go to Austin and listen to the music I love, and the one that made me want to go back to my hometown.
For me, “Wtf” was the anthem of my teenage years.
The lyrics are so infectious and the chorus is so strong that it just made sense.
I think that when I hear it in the car I think, “Oh my God, this is going to be the song I’m listening to for the rest of my life.”
The first time I heard “Wtxttt,” I was like, “I’m going to listen to this song forever.”
But it’s hard to explain how I got hooked on it.
It’s so easy to listen, but it’s so deep and deep and profound.
I love how it takes the listener to the center of the song, the moment where we’re supposed to be feeling it.
I don’t know why it was so important to me that it be a song that would stay with me for life.
But I’m going back to Austin now.
I’m not just going to throw it out the window.
It has been my favorite song ever.
But it was not the first.
It was not even the best song.
I know this is hard to say.
I guess it’s just a matter of how you put it.
My mom always told me that when you’re a kid, “When you’re an 8-year-old, you know that this is how it’s going to end.”
And I’m really glad that I put my trust in that.
When I was in the eighth grade, my teacher, the teacher at my high school, was like “I want you to go to Texas and sing this song with your class.”
I was really nervous because I was a newbie and I didn’t really know what the heck to do with my own voice.
So I went up to her and I sang it for her.
She was like this is what I’m doing, I’m playing it for you.
I remember the next day, my mom came up to me and said, “What are you doing?
I’m glad you were a good student.”
So I just said, no problem, I’ll keep playing it.
And then I just kept playing it, and she’s like, I don