Singing while playing arpeggio (even got the spelling right on that (arpeggio) the first time) definitely takes coordination. Especially with all those chord changes. Looks like he even grows his fingernails for picking. Now that's dedication.
I'd like to learn how to sell insurance...everybody needs insurance...it's the law...whereas, most folk don't need a nefarious contractor w/an unwholesome (looking) work-crew underfoot.
That...or grocery-person...everybody needs groceries...law or no law...and if you don't have the money, someone steps up to the plate for you.
And just once I'd like to operate one of those car-crushers. Beats the whoop out of stepping on ants...and winter-time there aren't any around anyway.
There's too many things. I'd love to write.
I want to be a rock star.
Be able to effortlessly play the piano, and a guitar.
I'd be a ballet dancer...in fact, any kind of dancer.
I'd like to perform on stage, and be an Oscar winning actress.
Ooh, and I'd like to be a Vegas Showgirl...then marry Elvis.
Are all of these things really too much to ask for?
I think it's very interesting that almost all answers posted in this thread so far have to do with a desire for the arts. One of the humanities classes I had in college covered all of the arts in general. The course mentioned that most people neglect their desire and need to explore the arts, finding time instead for every other conceivable thing (I think the members of this Board as CRs are something of an exception to that rule, though).
As for me, I've always wished I could on some level be involved in filmmaking as an actor. I have no idea if I have any talent for that already, so that answer may not qualify. I'd also before it's over like to have completed writing a story. It wouldn't have to be published, I would simply want it to be good. But I don't know if I have writing talent either. I think I don't know how to answer the question!