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Posted on 2006.10.10 at 01:25
How I feel about it all: amusedamused
Soundtrack: Bernie Taupin - Billy Fury (yay End Credits!)
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From aphephobia

IF YOUR LIFE WAS A MOVIE, WHAT WOULD THE SOUNDTRACK BE?
So, here's how it works:
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.


(I had to do this over because I didn't start at the beginning. Oh, well. Oh, and it's all iPod stuff.)

Opening Credits:
Elton John - Love Song (Awwww! *beams*)

Waking Up:
Keeley and Gross - Clouds (I prefer sunshine. But I do like consonants.)

First Day At School:
The Who - Baba O'Riley (First day of High School, maybe. *shrugs*)

Playtime/Childhood:
Dido - Here With Me (I did have a much-beloved best friend who moved away.)

Falling In Love:
Joni Mitchell - Songs to Aging Children Come (Makes vague sense, if you have my brain.)

Fight Song:
Elton John - My Father's Gun (Perfect!)

Breaking Up:
Hugh Dillon Redemption Choir - My Mistakes (Also perfect.)

Prom:
Marianne Faithfull - The Ballad of Lucy Jordan (I didn't have a prom. What is the Deep Meaning of a housewife going mad?)

Life's OK:
Headstones - Pretty Little Death Song (Oh, dear. I must be pretty messed up. Necrophilia, addiction and insanity. Good times.)

Mental Breakdown:
Neil Diamond - Holly Holy (I suppose if you listen to too much Neil Diamond you fall apart completely?)

Driving:
Johnny Cash - Hurt (Uh-oh.)

Flashback:
Brian Eno - The Fat Lady of Limbourg (I have no idea. You tell me.)

Getting Back Together:
Al Stewart - Time Passages (Well, okay.)

Wedding:
Headstones - Million $ Moment (Hehee. Note that the heading says "Wedding", not "Marriage".)

Birth of Child:
Elton John - Saturday Night's Alright (for fighting) (If I had made a birth tape, this absolutely would have been on it, so, yeah)

Final Battle:
Dar Williams - Mark Rothko Song (I'll either end my own life or get painted to death? I think NOT)

Death Scene:
k.d. lang - Save Me (Hehee. Yes!)

Funeral Song:
Joni Mitchell - Carey (This can certainly be played at my funeral. In fact, I insist. It's a great song!)

End Credits:
Bernie Taupin - Billy Fury (Oh, yeah. *rocks out to the credits*)

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