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Monday, June 16, 2008

Life's Soundtrack

Indiana Jane had this on her blog, and Kristi thought it was a hoot! I did too.

Here's how it works:

1. Open your library (iTunes, 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...
7. Include commentary

Opening Credits: “Imagine” sung by David Archuleta. Yes, the original is quite blasphemous, but David was very moving in the selection and performance.

Waking Up: “Paint it Black” sung by Gina Glocksen. Yeah. Paint the windows black, so I can sleep another few hours!

First Day at School: “This Year” by the A Teens (Kim Possible) (Remember that Ben shares our library.) :-)

Falling in Love: “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by the A Teens (Lilo & Stitch) No kidding! This really pulled up!

Fight Song: “Get Up on Ya Feet” by Aaron Carter (Kim Possible) That’s three from Ben’s portion of our library. Haha. I just have been lazy and not bothered to only sync our songs.

Breaking Up: “Cooties” by Aimee Allen (Hairspray). I suppose that would be a reason for kids to break up.

Prom: “The Music of the Night” David Cook. David Cook became our favorite when we got to the Top 12 on Idol. This song was amazing!

Life's Ok: “That’s How It Goes” by Michael Buble. Thanks to our cousin, “Sweet Amy,” for introducing us to Michael Buble! (His music, not meeting in person.)

Mental Breakdown: “America the Beautiful” by the Walt Disney World Band. OK, the only way to bring this together is that we’d have a break down that we are not there on Main Street, USA, to hear the band!

Driving: “SFunkae” by Lord Ming (One of those free downloads we never listen to and hadn’t cleared off the list yet.)

Flashback: “Moonlight Serenade” composed by Klaus Badelt (Pirates of the Caribbean Soundtrack). LOVE the Pirates soundtrack. And this would be good “flashback” music!

Getting Back Together: “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” by Amy Grant. Hmmm…I think this one is a bust.

Wedding: “Have a Nice Day” sung by Melinda Doolittle. Indeed! The nicest!

Birth of Child: “Rock Lobster” by the B 52’s. Haha! You always want to remember that birth, and Rock Lobster is a song you just can’t get out of your head.

Final Battle: “Nesciens Mater” composed by Josquin Desprez. Hmm…another miss. Josquin was Luther’s favorite composer.

Death Scene: “Chapel Bell and Entrance of Congregation” from Evensong (the Choir of Kings College, Cambridge.) Very churchly. What a way to go!

Funeral Song: “Pumpin’ Up the Party” by Hannah Montana. Yes, the party of Paradise with our Lord!

End Credits: “Jungle Book” by Drew K & French (The Lion King 1 ½.) Another Ben feature.

OK, so I tag Kristi, Jessica, Will Weedon, and David Juhl. Are any of you reading this? :-)

1 comment:

Jessica said...

I just posted it on my blog. I had fun participating!