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10 May 2007 @ 11:35 pm
The Soundtrack to my life...  
The soundtrack of your life meme, as snagged from [info]lillian13 who got it elsewhere.

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. 

 
Opening Credits:
Wings of a Dove, Madness

Birth: Embraceable You, Not sure who’s singing it though as Media Player is convinced it’s a completely different track. I think Ella Fitzgerald.

First day at school: The Lady is a Tramp, Robbie Williams


Falling in Love:
Night and Day Cole Porter

Fight Song: The Trolley Song, Judy Garland
Clang clang clang went the trolley/Ding ding ding went the bell

Breaking Up: Love it when you Call, The Feeling
I love it when you call/I love it when you call/ I love it when you call/but you never call at all/so what’s the complication/it’s only conversation/O I love it when you call/but you never call at all.

School Dance:
The Porpoise Song (Theme from Head), The Monkees

Life:
Fill my little World, The Feeling

Mental Breakdown:
Get Happy, Judy Garland
Forget your troubles/come on get happy/chase all your cares away/shout hallelujah/come on get happy/get ready for the judgement day.

Driving:
Randy Scouse Git, The Monkees
The four kings of the armada sitting stately on the floor/there are birds out on the sidewalk/and a ballet at the door.

Flashback: Overture from Lawrence of Arabia performed by the Philharmonia Orchestra

Wedding:
Grace Kelly, Mika
Why don’t you like me?/Why don’t you like me/without making me try?

Birth Of Child:
La Tristesse Durera, Manic Street Preachers

Final Battle:
The Weakness in Me, Joan Armatrading

Death Scene:
Dream a Little Dream of Me, Mama Cass

Funeral:
Ghost Riders in the Sky, Spiderbait version from the film Ghost Rider

Ending Credits:
Weak, Skunk Anansie
 
I'd just like to point out this is not a true reflection of my musical tastes as I'm a bit of a troglodyte and still use CDs.