Kids Talk

1st March 2013 at 00:00
Kimberly, P45, Eve, P6, and Ben, P4, talk to Julia Belgutay about their favourite songs

Ben: I don't really have a favourite song. I like a lot of songs, but I can't really remember one. I like football music. I do like to play football a lot.

Eve: I like pop. There is a song called Whistle. I enjoy that.

Kimberly: I listen to pop, and my favourite song is Kiss You.

Ben: I get songs on my phone, that's what I do. I have them on my iPad as well. I have 105. That's how I can't remember any of them.

Eve: Sometimes I go on to YouTube and listen to a lot of these songs.

Ben: I go on YouTube to listen to remakes of songs, like Put Your Hands in the Air. In a different version, it goes "Shoot your arrows in the air" and stuff, and they make up different versions.

Eve: I think a good song needs good lyrics.

Kimberly: It has to have fast music.

Ben: Some of my favourite songs aren't that fast, actually. I think the song that would make the best song is if you add lyrics that no one has ever heard, things that no one has ever heard before in other countries. A song I really don't like is It's Raining Men, because it's going "it's raining", basically, and I don't like rain.

Eve: My least favourite is the sunny song. It's really boring - it has bad lyrics and a bad tune. It's weird and my little cousin listens to it all the time. I have to look after her and she always puts it on the TV and listens to it.

Kimberly: I don't like You Don't Know You're Beautiful.

Eve: I like One Direction. I have loads of posters up of them, and toys of them.

Kimberly: My sister loves One Direction. She has posters, calendars, stickers ...

Eve: I like that they are quite cute and they are really good singers.

Ben: I don't know if I agree. I can't remember many bands, actually. I have posters of movies - I don't have posters of music.

Kimberly: I'm not a fan of any bands, just Moshi Monsters.

Eve: I don't think we'll like the same things when we're older.

Kimberly: There will be new bands out.

Eve: Older people, like my older sister who is 21, she doesn't like listening to One Direction any more. My parents are always listening to the 80s.

Kimberly: We have an Xbox and my mum has Lips 80s. I have to sing with her. I don't like any of the songs.

Eve: I do bop to one song, it's Paul Young's song, Come Back and Stay.

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