25 Nov 2009, 11:55 by SquareMushroom
17 Jul 2009, 00:20 by io_morrisonUsing only song names from ONE ARTIST/GROUP, cleverly answer these questions. Pass it on to people you like and include me. Try not to repeat a song title. It's a lot harder than you think.
Pick an artist: of Montreal
Are you male or female: She's A Rejecter
Describe yourself: Cast in the Haze (Been There Four Days)
Describe where you currently live: Will You Come and Fetch Me
How do you feel about yourself: Psychotic Feeling
Your best friend is: Tulip Baroo
Your favorite color is: Keep Sending Me Black Fireworks
Your favorite form of transportation: City Bird
What's the weather like: No Conclusion (from the fucking heat)
Favorite time of day: Doing Nothing
If your life was a tv show, what would it be called: The Miniature Philosopher
If you could go anywhere, where would you go:Montreal (a little of an obvious choice, because c’mon, everyone knows Montreal is throwing down some real music America’s way)
What is the best advice you have to give: Let's Do Everything for the First Time Forever
4 Jul 2008, 22:56 by aladdinsane2007CD 1
1 Catholic Day Adam & The Ants
2 O'Oh Yoko Ono
3 Heroes (single version) David Bowie
4 Capitalism Oingo Boingo
5 Long Live Love Olivia Newton-John
6 Propaganda (Plagiarism version) Sparks
7 The Lady Came From Baltimore Scott Walker
8 Wake Up Arcade Fire
9 Legal Tender The B-52's
10 Hallelujah, Bless The Peace! Tiny Tim
11 Road to Nowhere Talking Heads
12 America Is Waiting Brian Eno & David Byrne
13 Keep Sending Me Black Fireworks Of Montreal
14 Young Americans David Bowie
15 Life During Wartime Talking Heads
16 (Baby, Baby) Can I Invade Your Country Sparks
17 Yellow Rose of Texas/The Eyes of Texas Elvis Presley
18 Breakfast in America Supertramp
1 What Kind Of American Are You? Tiny Tim
2 Perfect System Oingo Boingo
3 People Like Us Talking Heads
4 I'm Just A Bill Schoolhouse Rock
5 Don't Worry About the Government Talking Heads
6 Power to the People John Lennon
7 Freedom of Choice Devo
8 Don't Bite The Hand That's Feeding You Tiny Tim
9 This Brian Eno
1 Apr 2007, 06:00 by AuppsI've hit that 5,000 song marker.
And the 5,000th song was... Drum roll please...
Keep Sending Me Black Fireworks
21 Oct 2006, 19:43 by br3akdownA lovely list of songs that never fail to put a smile on my face.
Head Over Feet What can I say? An adorable song about a crush that puts all the blame on the other party. What's not to love.
7 Keys A song about someone knowing another completely.
Wishbone By definition, a happy song. Honestly. I can't listen to it without smiling from ear to ear.
The Blues Are Still Blue A terribly upbeat song about laundry, more or less. If there's some deeper metaphor, I choose to ignore it and enjoy the catchy beat.
One Angry Dwarf and 200 Solemn Faces A classic song about a bullied loser turning into a successful piano rockstar. I love Ben Folds.
Catch My Disease What's not to love about a happy Australian? This gets my toes tappin' and my hands clappin'.
Three Little Birds A classic...every little thing's gonna be alright.
First Day of My Life I highly suggest finding the music video for this one. Usually I hate music videos because they change the meaning of the song for me. …
28 Jul 2006, 04:50 by witchywomanStep 1: Put your iTunes or equivalent on random.
Step 2: Pick your favorite lines from the first 50 songs that play, no matter how embarrassing.
Step 3: Comment with song title and artist.
Step 4: Strike out the songs when someone guesses correctly.
Step 5: Looking them up on Google or any other search engine is CHEATING!
completed: 43 out of 50.
lyrics in bold have had lyrics added to them to make it easier.
1. i've got my theories, and you've got your doubts...
2. well find a way regardless
to make some sense out of this mess
well, it's a test, but i believe
a kiss is all we need
3. now time should have put this behind us
some things i won't soon forget
bride and bridle are too close in a man's mind
and i know you think my sentence was too light.
you, you weren't true.
but i can't blame a woman who changes, three thousand, six hudred, and fifty odd days i waited.
time, i did my time.