Friday, February 13, 2009

Musical Score Meme

Lady Fairchilde tagged me on a meme.

Here's how you play:

You are about to write the musical score for the story of your life.
Set your iPod, MP3 player or eight track tape on shuffle.
As you go through each scene, press forward and write down the song (and artist) playing.

Ready? Let's dance!

Opening Credits: Fancy (Reba McEntire)
Nice. A song about a hooker is my opening song!

Waking Up: I Kissed A Girl (Katy Perry)
Ha! I'm not even touching that one!

Falling In Love: Any Man of Mine (Shania Twain)
LMAO! My favourite line in this song is "And when I cook him dinner and I burn it black, he better say MMmm I like it like that!"

Breaking Up: Margaritaville (Jimmy Buffet)
Love this song. The drunker he gets, the more it becomes his fault. Poor bugger!

Make-up: Dirty Deeds (AC/DC)
Hee Hee!

Secret Love: My Sister (Reba McEntire)
OK. I know at first that's really gross, but if you listen to this song, this is mine and Alex's song. It is us exactly! I absolutely love this song. And I love you Sis!!

Mental Breakdown: I can't fight this feeling (Chicago)
Yeah, I seem to have a lot of those kinda days.

Driving: Take the Long Way Home (Supertramp)
Sometimes you just need to drive, man!

Flashbacks: We didn't start the fire (Billy Joel)
Okay, that one's just a little too freaky!

Happy Dance: La La (Ashley Simpson)
Winning the lottery would certainly make me want to la la in the kitchen!

Regretting: Goodbye Stranger (Supertramp)
Hmmmm ...

Long Night Alone: Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen)
I suppose of you're going to spend a long night alone, you might as well rock it!

Final Battle: Shout (Tears for Fears)
Let it all out!

Death Scene: Finally (Ce Ce Peniston)
I'm guessing it's a long drawn-out death.

Ending Credits: In my next life (Terri Clark)
I'll get it right next time!

Wow! That was a lot of fun. And it's really weird that just about every song makes sense. I won't tag anyone, but feel free to play along. And for you non-bloggers who want to play (you know who you are; both of you!) send me an email and I'll post it here.


Evil Twin's Wife said...

I don't even have an MP3 player - I am woefully behind the times. :-)

Busy Bee Suz said...

This is so cute. I love all your songs...great variety.

Domestic Goddess (In Training) said...

Aww! Suddenly hating that I don't do Ipods or MP3s or anything other than a car stereo that only holds one CD!

Crazy Mo said...

ETW: You can always fast forward and re-wind your cassettes!

Busy Bee Suz: Thanks ... some part of me won't let go of my high school years, hence the 80s stuff.

DGIT: Absolutely nothing wrong with that. If truth be known, my car doesn't even have a CD player!