Clocks: "This song takes me back to when I was hanging on the sound stage of the film Monster. It's a timeless tune!"
Baby I Need Your Loving: "When I went to my first Prom. I was too young to drive so we double dated with an older couple, and from their backseat, I first heard this song. Sexy."
(I think the image of a young, inexperienced Steve in one of those tuxes with the frills deserves a resounding AWWWWWW--wait, what am I thinking? It's STEVE PERRY! He's never been inexperienced!)
Can't Find My Way Home: "When I first came to LA to try and get signed to a record label, this song was really big and it still reminds me of what those times were like, and how happy I am that my childhood dream came true!"
Hollaback Girl: "When I first heard its drum pocket jump through my car radio, I loved it right away and then I found out it was Gwen, well...I really love her...A LOT!"
(What I hope he'll one day say about this blog, heh heh. I know, I know, keep dreaming, right?)
Don't Disturb This Groove: "This is reall old school R&B, very cool track that was here and gone but is still one of my favorites."
In the Yard, Behind the Church: "I can't say enough about E, he's one of the best songwriters I've heard in years. This song has some of the most brilliant lyrics and his voice is very sincere!"
It's a M**********r: "How can you not love this song. E is real Ball-Z."
(Oh, snap, look at Steve throwin' out the punz!)
Hot in Herre: When I first heard this on the radio, I really liked the, It's getting hot in here, I think I'll take my clothes off chorus."
(Is it just me, or does Steve seem to be a fan of all things sexy and nude? Hmmm...)