Tuesday, 30th December '08

Soundtrack to My Life?

This music meme thing may turn out to be some kind of addiction.

IF YOUR LIFE WERE A MOVIE, WHAT WOULD THE SOUNDTRACK BE?
1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc.)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool...

Mine started promisingly... then (with a few precious exceptions) turned out to be a bit crap. And mindnumbingly boring.

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OPENING CREDITS
"Hold Me", by Savage Garden
-- Not the biggest fan of Savage Garden, but I'd say this is a pretty good one for opening credits... just edit it down to the chorus a la One Tree Hill.

WAKING UP
"La Fabbrica di Plastica", by Gianluca Grignani

FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL
"Miss Mary", by Zucchero

FALLING IN LOVE
"Sweet Widow", by Spin Doctors

FIGHT SONG
"Love Her Madly", by the Doors

BREAKING UP
"To be the One", by Ryan Adams

PROM
"Hello Sunshine", by Syd Matters

LIFE IS GOOD
"No Such Thing (Acoustic)", by John Mayer
-- And there I thought this would have been the Prom song

MENTAL BREAKDOWN
"Gardenia", Mandy Moore

DRIVING
"Living in the Past", by Jethro Tull

FLASHBACK
"Highway to Hell", by AC/DC

GETTING BACK TOGETHER
"I'm a Fool to Do Your Dirty Work", by Steely Dan

WEDDING
"Rock the Casbah", by the Clash
-- Wicked! I'm absolutely going to have this played at my wedding. And somehow everytime I hear this I remember Sacha in the club in Italy (Florence, I do believe) and his "Good song?? It's Rock the F*CKING Casbah!!" Now all I need to do is... marry a Jew. How hard can that be? Haha.

PAYING THE DUES
"Sweet Home Alabama (Live at Home in a Trailer)", the freestyling version by Eminem & Mekhi Pheiffer in 8 Mile.
-- This meme is revealing all the strange crap I have amassed over the years.

THE NIGHT BEFORE THE WAR
"Cradle of Love", by Billy Idol

FINAL BATTLE
"信念", by 林明伦
-- So old school!!! It'll be a very sappy sort of battle.

MOMENT OF TRIUMPH
"Boogie Shoes", by K.C. and the Sunshine Band

DEATH SCENE
"It's a Feel Good Thing", S Club 7

FUNERAL SONG
"Mrs Robinson", Simon & Garfunkel

END CREDITS
"The Lonely Goatherd", by Julie Andrews, Charmain Carr, Angela Cartwrght et al. (The Sound of Music)
-- You know it's getting bad when you start to cite songs in legal citation format.



en ying snapped a shot of life @ 11:41 pm
[well, the pictures aren't going to take themselves!]




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