Music 101: Bursts Your Bubble with Songs That Are Often Misinterpreted


Episode 141: Music 101 Bursts Your Bubble 

Music 101 is back with a brand-new episode. This week, Margot focuses on songs whose meanings are frequently misunderstood or misinterpreted. For instance, she highlights songs you think are love songs but aren’t, or songs you think are patriotic but are actually critical of the government. 

So, yes, Music 101 might indeed by Bursting Your Bubble. 

Music 101 Bursts Your Bubble Playlist:

The Police – “Every Breath You Take”

R.E.M. – “The One I Love”

Modern English – “I Melt With You”

Dolly Parton – “I Will Always Love You”

Bruce Springsteen – “Born In The USA”

The Clash – “London Calling”

Outkast – “Hey Ya”

Jimmie Davis – “You Are My Sunshine”

Johnny Cash – “I’ve Been Everywhere”

Bonnie Tyler – “Total Eclipse Of The Heart”

Semisonic – “Closing Time”


In Music 101, Margot highlights a different chapter in music history, bringing you songs you love and the stories behind them.

Listen to Music 101 every Sunday at 10am MST on the Colorado Sound, with the same show repeated Wednesday at 8pm MST. You can also hear recent episodes on our Music 101 show page