Monday, January 26, 2009

Music of Your Life

I found this on this...survey I guess...on a blog on myspace. I hate surveys and the like, but I actually enjoyed doing this.

If you're bored you should fill it out. I'm interested to see what songs mean what to you.

I want you to fill out the list below with the songs you think best describe various moments in your life. The questionnaire is laid out as though your life was a movie, so think of the songs as your life's soundtrack.

It is a lot of fun to put together… but not nearly as easy as it might seem. Also when you look at other people's lists it is a great way to find out more about them and, maybe, find some new tunes.

Copy and paste the list below into your response… then simply fill it in. I'll start it off.

Opening credits –
Waking up –
Average day –
Friends -
Dating –
Falling in love –
Love scene –
The Plot Thickens –
The Best Day of Your Life –
Fight scene –
Breaking up –
Getting back together –
Past love –
Life's okay –
Driving –
Mental breakdown -
Your Lowest Moment –
Your past –
Learning a Lesson –
Deep Thoughts -
Partying –
Regret –
Happy dance –
Solitary Night –
The Plot Twist –
Death Scene –
Closing credits –

Mine:
Opening credits –“Love Today” by Mika
Waking up –“Bathwater” by No Doubt
Average day – “Extraordinary Machine” by Fiona Apple
Friends –“Garden Grove” by Sublime
Dating –“Best For Last” by Adele
Falling in love –“Something” by the Beatles
Love scene –“Closer” by Nine Inch Nails
The Plot Thickens –“Weak and Powerless” A Perfect Circle
The Best Day of Your Life –“Times Like These” by The Foo Fighters
Fight scene –“The Red” by Chevelle
Breaking up –“Breakdown” by Mariah Carey and Bone Thugs
Getting back together –“Water Runs Dry” by Boyz 2 Men
Past love – “Please Bleed” by Ben Harper
Life's okay –“Jungle Love” by The Steve Miller Band
Driving –“Roxanne” by The Police
Mental breakdown –“Down in a Hole” by Alice in Chains
Your Lowest Moment –“Creep” by STP
Your past –“Out Of My Mind” by Fastball
Learning a Lesson –“Shame” by Matchbox Twenty
Deep Thoughts –“The Ghost With Sad Eyes” by Gregory Page
Partying –“ First of the Month” by Bone Thugs N Harmony
Regret –"Cheers Darlin" by Damien Rice
Happy dance –“Boten Anna” by Basshunter
Solitary Night –“Back to Black” by Amy Winehouse
The Plot Twist – “Zero” by Smashing Pumpkins
Death Scene –“Gravedigger” by Dave Matthews
Closing credits –“Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On me” by Elton John

3 comments:

  1. Opening credits – Penguin Cafe Single by Penguin Cafe Orchestra
    Waking up – Woke up this Morning - Alabama 3
    Average day – Half the World Away - Oasis
    Friends - Acquiesce - Oasis
    Dating – Just Say Yes - The Cure
    Falling in love – You Were Right- Badley Drawn Boy
    Love scene – For Real - Okkervil River
    The Plot Thickens – Little Discourage - Idlewild
    The Best Day of Your Life – Great Skua - British Sea Power
    Fight scene – Helter Skelter - The Beatles
    Breaking up – Damn Damn Leash - Be Your Own Pet
    Getting back together - Sometimes Always - Brakes
    Past love –Something Wicked - British Sea Power
    Life's okay – Now its on - Grandaddy
    Driving – Back to Gray - The Thermals
    Mental breakdown - Porcupine or Pineapple - Brakes
    Your Lowest Moment – Elizibeth My Dear - Stone Roses
    Your past – Transmission - Joy Division
    Learning a Lesson – Blackbird - The Beatles
    Deep Thoughts - This is how it feels- Inspiral Carpets
    Partying – I Get Along - Libertines
    Regret – Caught By the Fuzz- Supergrass
    Happy dance – Junior Kiskstar- the Go! Team
    Solitary Night – Untitled - Interpol
    The Plot Twist – IIIft of Air - Sea Cub Clubbing Club
    Death Scene – Get My self Arrested - Gomez
    Closing credits – Clap Your Hands - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

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  2. I had to look up most of the songs you picked. lol That is definitely the fun though.

    Porcupine or Pineapple was a great choice for a mental breakdown. I just started giggling when I heard it for some reason. The video for Junior Kickstart was also quite amusing. :)

    I had heard a song by Badly Drawn Boy but I didn’t know who it was performed by and I LOVE them now, so thanks. I also like Interpol, especially their song Slow Hands.

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  3. Lol yeah it si fun finding new music i know most of yours there are a few i dont, Fiona Apple i have no idea will look for her now.

    20 of the songs/bands are brtish most arnt well known outsideeurope i guess.

    Porcupine or pineapple is an awesome song!! Brakes rule!!

    Interpol one of the best New York bands ever!!!

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