Monday, January 22, 2007

Sarah's Creek - My Life...With a Soundtrack

If your life were a movie, what would the soundtrack be?

Here's how it works:
1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, 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...

Opening Credits: Start Me Up - The Rolling Stones
Waking Up: Don't Stop Till You Get Enough - Michael Jackson
First Day of College: On A Day Like Today - Bryan Adams
Falling in Love: Don't Know Why - Norah Jones
Fight Song: Cherry Pie - Warrant
Breaking Up: Funky Shit - The Prodigy
Graduating College: Loose Ends - Imogen Heap
My Big Break: Want To - Sugarland
Mental Break Down: This CD is in Stores - Mitch Hedburg (Does this count?)
Driving Song: Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
Flashback: Heaven Forbid - The Fray
Getting Back Together: You and I Both - Jason Mraz
Wedding: Set the Mood Right - Justin Timberlake (yeah...that's right...)
Birth of Child: Bang Bang - Dispatch (nice...)
Paying the Dues: Low - Coldplay
Moment of Triumph: La Vie Boheme - RENT Soundtrack
Final Battle: Stay - Lisa Loeb (okay, it was the karaoke version...I can't lie...and I can't make myself look cool)
Death Scene: The Waiting - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Funeral Scene: Must be Dreaming - Frou Frou
End Credits: Baby One More Time - Britney Spears (Hilarious)


xanthuos said...

I'm dandy. Today, I'm enjoying the fact that you mention an Imogen song and a Frou Frou song. Did you see Immi when she was here in November?

It has been some time. I'm all-too-often traveling, and more than 50% of the time, it's not even pleasure-travel. I hope that it won't be long before I'm in Nashville (relatively) full-time though...I want to re-establish my life here. Once I do, do I finally get my dinner since you blew me off in April to celebrate your acceptance to Vanderbilt? ;)

Sarah Ashlee said...

I missed her and was so upset about that!

You know, there are good things to traveling - even though not for pleasure. On the other side of the coin (ie my side), you could be stuck in a cubicle all day long! I wish I could travel but I understand the longing for roots and consistency.

I promise I won't blow you off again... :)