Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof

Okay, so the title of this post isn’t exactly relevant

to its topic which is in fact titles. Titles contribute

to the first impression you may get from a work.

And in this case, it was to promote views rather than

to title my blog post about titles  “Titles.”

Speaking of “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, it

appropriately summarizes his song in a single word.

It is well utilized as it is the one word you cannot

misinterpret or miss after one listen, and it is also

contributes to the mood he intends his listeners to

feel when listening.

Titles usually consist of one or a couple words as it

can be difficult to remember long titles. However,

some titles are longer, as long as a sentence which

is also useful, being unique and a more complete

thought for audiences. “Why’d You Only Call Me

When You’re High?” is a single by the Arctic

Monkeys that utilizes a line as its title and also is

comical which can cause someone coming across

the track to listen to it out of curiosity.

It is also a favorite track of mine from AM, so I
definitely encourage a listen.


I titled this blog in attempt to connect a creative,

artsy theme to development and its formation. It

may however been a mistake in not creating

a more unique title as it often gets lost and mixed

with arts foundations. I am planning to run with

blog and its title as it is regardless. ;)





2 thoughts on “Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof

    • Personally, I haven’t heard the full album yet, but I’m glad to hear positive remarks about it. I’ve always admired Pharrell for his musical talent, and I’m glad he’s getting more recognition for it. :)
      Even though I’m more into alternative and indie and not necessarily into the “mainstream.”

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