Today's prompt: Three songs you are connecting with right now.

Oh, how I love music. There really isn't any way I could only choose three, so I chose five. Honestly, some of these songs I'm just now connecting with and some I've connected with my entire life. Music is such a huge part of my life, and I adore every single aspect of it.

Rachel Platten - Fight Song

This song, oh this song.  So many different ways I connect to it.  There have been so many days where I had to fight to take back myself...whether it be on one of my sick days or my battle with weight loss.  This song makes me want to continue the fight.
Sidewalk Prophets - Keep Making Me

I absolutely love this song.  It makes me want to throw my hands in the air and let the tears roll down my face.  The words are so powerful...Make me empty so I can be filled 'Cause I'm still holding Onto my will. And I'm completed when you are with me. Make me empty.  Isn't that what we all should strive for, less of us and more of Him.
Alan Jackson - Standing on the Promises

This song holds such a oh-so-special place in my heart.  When I was a little girl taking piano lessons, this was one of the first hymns I learned.  While I was playing, my Dad would sing along.  He taught me how to pull the harmony out and pick out those notes.  I remember my neighbor saying how they enjoyed sitting on their swing listening to me play and us sing this song.  Even now, when there is a Sunday we sing this song, my heart does a little leap.  And you can bet I belt out those harmonies. 
The Kingsboys - The Son Hath Made Me Free
While other teenage girls were crushing on NKOTB and Backstreet Boys, this girl was crushing hard on the Kingsboys.  Goodness.  Teenage Christian boys that can harmonize.  I had every single one of their albums and still bust them out when I'm home alone {everyone else in my house isn't a fan} so I can sing at the top of my lungs.  I'm still a sucker for amazing harmonies.
The Gaithers - Daddy Sang Bass
This is another song special to me because of my Daddy.  One of the first records I can remember us having was Statler Brothers hymns.  This was one of the songs on that poor record I wore out.  I adored this song and listening to my Dad sing it.  I'm blessed to have a husband that can sing the best bass around.  And sometimes if I turn this song on, I can talk him into singing it with me.