Daily Life

If my life were a movie, this would be the soundtrack

I got caught in the latest round of blog tag, Christopher Penn was kind enough to pass the baton to me on this game.

How to Play:

1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question below, 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 …

Here were my results:

Opening Credits:
Duel of the Fates – John Williams, The Greatest Hits

First Day At School:
White Christmas – SWV, A Special Christmas

Falling In Love:
Red Rain – Peter Gabriel, Secret world Live

Breaking Up:
Step by Step (Junior Vasquez Mix) – Whitney Houston Greatest Hits

I Like to Move It – Reel to Real, Jock Jams Vol.2

Mental Breakdown:
Fiesta Pa’Los Rumberos – Albita, Dance with Me

The Christmas Song – Ray Charles, Love Affair (OST)

Getting Back Together:
Song for You Far Away – James Taylor, Greatest Hits Volume 2

Wedding Scene:
Solitude – Toshihiko Sabashi, The Big O (OST)

Final Battle:
Escape – Prince, The Hits/The B Sides

Death Scene:
Undercover Funk – Snoop Dog, Undercover Brother OST

Funeral Song:
What Time is Love – KLF, Deep Heat 8 Hand of Fate Remix

End Credits:
The Music Inside – Chuck Loeb, WSJZ Smooth Jazz

Won’t You Come Back – Breathe, All That Jazz

Obviously you’re not concerned that I was lying to be cool about this list.

Rather bizarre actually that there would be 2 Christmas songs out of my library of over 8000 tunes.

If I really had to score my own film there’d have to be some Journey in there, Waltham and Heth and Jed to show some love to the podsafe crew, some stuff from Kill Bill and, of course, Rocky. All the mushy stuff would be by Ennio Morricone (if he ever wrote something for a project of mine, that might be bigger than a house on Nantucket…). I’d also have to keep my funk the J funk with some Motown, New Jack Swing, and Coolio – cuz I’m so street.

So I get to tag some people – I choose:

Franklin McMahon, The Rumor Girls, Chris Pirillo, John Federico and I’ll take a shot at a guy who I read, but who has no idea who I am (but he loves music), Tim Sanders.

I’d also choose Ron Ploof, but I know he doesn’t have an iPod.

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