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Tuesday Tunes: Principal Kim Diorio

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Kim Diorio listens to her favorite tunes wearing earbuds that match the color of her scarf. Photo by George Lu.

Kim Diorio listens to her favorite tunes wearing earbuds that match the color of her scarf. Photo by George Lu.

This week, The Paly Voice sat down with Palo Alto High School Principal Kim Diorio to ask her to compile a list of a few of her favorite songs.

According to Diorio, she enjoys seeing her daughter share the same pleasure that she has while listening to music.

“She [my daughter] is really into whatever’s on the radio and dancing,” Dioro said. “We do dance parties at our house now — we just turn the radio on and we’ll do Katy Perry radio or something.”

Some of her song choices remind her of a specific memory or person.

Rio – Duran Duran (reminds her of her first crush/ first favorite band)

Let It Go – Idina Menzel (reminds her of her children)

What A Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong (reminds her of her father)

Crush – Dave Mathews Band (reminds her of her wedding)

Billie Jean – Michael Jackson

Fragile – Sting

In My Life – Beatles (reminds her of her mother-in-law)

Like I Love You – Justin Timberlake

Sugar – Maroon 5

Beautiful Day – U2

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