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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kiki, Jan 13, 2007.
The Bewlay Brothers/David Bowie
"Thrift Shop" playing over and over. This video just makes me happy, it's so danged reeeedic... *WARNING: LANGUAGE!*
Thanks to the Old School DVD, I can't stop listening to "Frogs in the Glen."
That's always been one of my favorites from the Jim Henson Celebration album.
"I Hope You Dance"- Lee Ann Womack. This song is special to me, because when I was 16 and going through counseling, my mom told me that the message of the song was what she hoped for me.
Admittedly, I'm mostly find Taylor Swift's music tiring but this cover is starting to get to me.
I am listening to, "Medley: Affie, The Christmas Tree / Carol for a Christmas Tree / and my all-time favorite, "It's In Everyone of Us." Some of you may not know that this song was then again heard in the T.V. special, "A Muppet Family Christmas." Not only do I love this song, to me I can get pretty misty-eyed on this song.
"Go the Distance"- Michael Bolton
"Dum of a Son of a Gun - Pa and Junior Gorg
Yuna's Determination - Final Fantasy X soundtrack
"No More Mr. Nice Guy" - Alice Cooper
Christopher Cerf - "Born to Add"
You're Not Alone - Final Fantasy IX soundtrack
Currently groovin' to Smooth Criminal.
The Hub is using this song in their My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic promos for this season. Of course I made the mistake of looking it up and now it won't leave my head.
"You Found Me"- Kelly Clarkson.
Merry Christmas, I Don't Want to Fight Tonight covered by Bowling for Soup.
Yes, nothing like an aggressive punk rock song about fighting on Christmas to get you in the festive spirit
(I still like the Ramones' version better...this one sounds too much like Blitzkrieg Bop...)
A few hours ago, I was listening to George Thorogood's songs "Move It on Over," "One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer," and "Bad to the Bone."
Now I am listening to Brahms' 4th Symphony.
I Am Cow - The Arrogant Worms
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