Everyone else is doing it, why not me?
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
Opening credits: Where You End - Moby (A little ironic, but very cool song to start. Could definitely see this in a movie)
Waking up: Hard Candy - Counting Crows. (nice wake up song! Never just an ordinary girl...)
First Day at School: Silence - Sarah McLachlan and the Delerium remix (Hmmm. I probably was pretty quiet on the first day of school)
Falling in love: Meet Virginia - Train (does not descibe me at all! I want a do-over)
Fight Song: In the Waiting Line - Zero 7, from Garden State (not enought rage here)
Breaking Up: Just Another Day Without You - Jon Secada (but the Spanish version. One of the first CDs I ever bought! No entiendo come puedes estar, estar sin me....)
Prom: The Band - Mando Diao (very fun rocking song - I could get down to that)
Life's OK: Rooftop - The Hero Factor (little intense. Hmmm)
Mental Breakdown: June - Pete Yorn (I never listen to this song. Appropriate that he's playing at 930 tonight)
Driving: Sowing the Seeds - Tears for Fears (love it!)
Inner Smile: Summer Calling - Tiesto and Andain
Flashback: Have a Nice Day - Stereophonics
Getting Back Together: Happy Endings - All American Rejects (maybe things do work out)
Wedding: Sleep Don't Weep - Damien Rice (possibly the worst wedding song ever)
Birth of a Child: Chocolate - Snow Patrol (this could be the very minute I'm aware I'm alive, with a name I've never chosen, I could make my first steps as a child of 25)
Final Battle: A Little More - Jennifer Knapp (who is Jennifer Knapp?)
Death Scene: Dakota - Stereophonics (nice song to die to, I guess)
Funeral : All Time Low - Getaway Car
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