Kiss Induced Insomnia ♥

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Have you ever been in love? Have you ever experienced the feeling of having butterflies in your stomach? Have you ever felt so happy that you can't stop smiling and day-dreaming about that special someone?

It is Valentine's day and I made a playlist for all those who are love drunk and hopeless romantics.
I called this playlist or mixtape (what we called it back then when we use cassette tapes), Kiss Induced Insomnia. I got this phrase from Sarah Ockler's book, Twenty Boy Summer. The protagonist used this line to describe her sneaking out escapades at night, just talking with her secret boyfriend while watching the moon and kissing to end the night. After every rendezvous, she can't sleep at night because she can't stop thinking about him and she was drunk with his kisses.

This is all about that giddy feeling of first dates. The non-stop reminiscing of your first 'I love yous' and kiss with your luvvy. When you feel like dancing after he asked you out on a date or when she said yes to be your girlfriend. When a friendship bloomed into love.

Hope you enjoy this first mix I made! I will have more soon! :)

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