Josh Groban sings Chess…

Hi all! This is going to be a pretty short post, because I’m still preparing for my economics test tomorrow night.

Just thought I’d share this with you. This song came up during my studies and although it comes from a famous musical (and I have the original cast recording), something about the Josh Groban version just hit me between the eyes.

See, the lyrics pretty much sums up one of the Doorways characters. In fact, it sounds like it was written for him, especially for the sequel. But, I’m not going to tell you who it is… you’ll have to wait and see… Or if you’re a crit partner, you can guess. Yes. I am that evil. πŸ˜‰

Any songs that capture your characters exactly?

13 thoughts on “Josh Groban sings Chess…

  1. Don't have a flash player cannot watch the video. Not familiar with J. Graban suppose is new popstar. “Sings chess” ? What is chess? unless you mean Leonard Chess, the founder of Chess records, which made a big star of Chuck Berry
    I like George Thorogood's “Bad to the bone” for a certain character.
    Ace that test dear heart.

  2. Love Josh, can't say I've heard this song. Thanks for sharing. Sade's song, “Kiss of Life” is the theme for one of my novels. Whenever I needed inspiration to keep writing, I played that song. LOve how music can do that.

  3. Great song Misha! Makes me super excited to read Doorways and I can't wait to see which character is about.

    Currently I'm listening to a lot of Green Day with my new writing in progress and some Taylor Swift. My MC is having some highs and lows at the moment, lol. πŸ™‚

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