Thursday, October 19, 2006

My iPod Soundtrack

Much as I want to write something pithy, my brain has shut off after two hours of an extremely difficult software engineering exam. I literally can't think anymore. And there's one more exam to go through tomorrow. Thank goodness it's only a mock exam.

To fill in this space, I'm just going to take on a meme from Jute's Friendster blog. The theme of this meme is a movie soundtrack. Instructions:

1. Open your music library.
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.

And here are my results:
Opening Credits: True Colors by Phil Collins

Waking Up: Listen to Your Heart by Roxette

Falling In Love: Give My Your Love by Linda Herrick (from "City Hunter")

Fight Scene: Being With You by Smokey Robinson

Breaking Up: Talking in Your Sleep by The Romantics

Life's Okay: Queen of Hearts by Juice Newton

Mental Breakdown: Owner of a Lonely Heart by Yes

Driving: Morning Has Broken by Cat Stevens

Flashbacks: Fire by Pointer Sisters

Regretting: Harden My Heart by Quarterflash

Final Battle: Written in the Stars by Elton John

Death Scene: The One That Really Matters by Survivor

End Credits: Something Happened On the Way to Heaven by Phil Collins


That should also give a (somewhat embarrassing) sample of what's on my music player. Some other bits of trivia: it seems I have 359 songs on my iPod. My iPod is a blue-colored Mini with 4GB, similar to the picture above, given to me by my Dad.

6 comments:

  1. I can see that you were pretty much a kid in the eighties... You had nightmares first time you've seen Jacko in the Thriller video on MTV and you'd been watching Back to the Future. Ha ha ha!!!

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  2. Hi, Golda: good to hear from you!

    Hi, Howling: Oh, yeah! I am so very Eighties. But more specifically, I am still very much a Survivor fan.

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  3. The music you listened to befere you were 20 usually becomes the music you listen to for the rest of your life. :-)

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  4. So true. And it only means...I'm old! So what's it for you, Roy? Nirvana? :-)

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  5. My favorites playlist has some Depeche Mode, Pearl Jam, Savage Garden, and yes, Nirvana as well. :-)

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