1, 2, 3, 4, I declare a WENCH WAR!!
My good friend and fellow wheelie wench, Lucy Hudson, and I are battling it out once again!
Here is the long-awaited sequel to our first Wench War, in which we presented our top 5 Disney villains.
Top 5 Lockdown Songs
This was a challenge!
There are soooo many songs that in some way represent life in lockdown, it was difficult to limit the list.
1. The Police, Don’t Stand So Close To Me (1980)
When all this Corona craziness hit home, people panicked. Understandably so.
Don’t touch me, don’t cough near me, don’t breathe on me, don’t look at me!! 😱
2. Queen Ft. David Bowie, Under Pressure (1981)
And so lockdown begins. Society starts to feel the pressure. People are unable to go to work, parents are home schooling, families are forced apart and the NHS is put under great strain.
3. Queen, I Want To Break Free (1984)
The days turn to weeks. We get up, we eat, we go to bed. We’ve basically adopted the dog’s lifestyle!
Everyone is bored and frustration is setting in. For those like me who are considered high risk, the four walls of home become more of a prison than a sanctuary.
4. Peter Gabriel, Don’t Give Up (1986)
Weeks turn to months. We’ve lost track of what day it is. We’re lethargic, lonely, lacking in motivation, low in mood and missing our loved ones.
When will this come to an end…?
5. Fleetwood Mac, Don’t Stop (1977)
There is finally some light at the end of the tunnel! It seems we’ve hit the peak and restrictions are slowly being lifted. We are far from the finish line but we’re holding on to hope.
“Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow
Don’t stop, it’ll soon be here
It’ll be, better than before,
Yesterday’s gone, yesterday’s gone”