Monday, February 11, 2008

SONGS....

My friend Tammi has this on her blog and invited me to "borrow it". I had to think about this for awhile and I can't come up with just one answer for most of the questions. Go figure. LOL.

The songs that makes me want to sing: Band of Gold by Freda Payne. Thunder Road by Bruce Springsteen. American Pie by Don McLean. Pride (in the name of love) by U2. Walking in Memphis by Marc Cohn. Mockingbird (the Toby Keith version with his daughter). Jessie's Girl by Rick Springfield. Margaritaville by Jimmy Buffet.

The song that makes me smile: Walking on Sunshine by Katrina & the Waves.

My chill out song or album: Anything by Keith Urban will help me chill, but I love "These Days" as his best album. I also can chill out to Norah Jones.

The song that makes me want to dance: Brick House by The Commodores or Shout (the Animal House version).

Favorite song for the kids: The Witch Doctor by The Chipmunks or anything by Smash Mouth from the first Shrek movie.

The song that moves me and makes me think: The Dance by Garth Brooks.

The song I feel guilty liking: I have an oldies CD by Michael Bolton that I just love. I honestly don't really feel guilty about anything I listen to, though. I have tastes that range all over the spectrum. ;)

The song that makes me think of my parents: I can't chose anything in particular so I'll say any thing that is old country - Ray Price, Marty Robbins, Charley Rich, etc...

The songs that makes me think of my hubby: Oh there are so many! Our wedding song, Keeper of the Stars by Tracy Byrd. Sandy by Bruce. Brandy by Looking Glass. This Woman & This Man by Clay Walker (even tho the words never pertained to us, we just loved singing this song in the car). Summertime by Kenny Chesney. Still the One by Orleans. Groovy Kind of Love by Phil Collins.

The song that always makes me cry and smile at the same time: 3 Wooden Crosses by Randy Travis - I choke up every time I hear this song.

The songs you’d be most surprised to find on my iPod: I probably couldn't surprise anyone, but how about stuff by The Carpenters, Barry Manilow, Eddy Arnold, Bobby Darin, some of Jim's punk rock (yuck, Talking Heads).

The song with the most awesome beat: Crazy on You by Heart.

The songs I could listen to while driving coast-to-coast with the top down: Days Go By by Keith Urban or Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen.

Favorite songs from a movie: Anything from Grease.

What would be my workout song if I actually worked out: Life is a Highway by Rascal Flatts.

My favorite “fun” songs that are really just stupid songs: Rock & Roll All Nite by Kiss or How Bizaree by OMC.

The songs I want at my funeral: The Dance by Garth Brooks and When I Get Where I'm Going by Brad Paisley

1 comment:

Lala said...

Cool list!!!

La-