AUTHOR: Beth TITLE: DATE: 8/06/2004 10:15:00 AM ----- BODY:

I Know This Will Change Tomorrow...

The Soundtrack to Your Life Survey Make a soundtrack for your life, matching songs with the following: Opening song: "Half Jack" by the Dresden Dolls Waking up: "Burnout" by Green Day First date: "Doll Parts" by Hole First kiss: "Josephine" by the Wallflowers Falling in love: "If" (words and music by David Gates, recorded by many artists since--I'd probably go with the Sinatra version):
If a picture paints a thousand words Then why can't I paint you? The words will never show The you I've come to know If a face could launch a thousand ships Then where am I to go? There's no one home but you You're all that's left me too And when my love for life is running dry You come and pour yourself on me If a man could be two places at one time I'd be with you Tomorrow and today Beside you all the way If the world should stop revolving Spinning slowly down to die I'd spend the end with you And when the world was through Then one by one, the stars would all go out And you and I would simply fly away
Seeing an old love: "Putting the Damage On" by Tori Amos Heartbreak: "Let It Be" by the Beatles Driving fast: "Imperial March" from Star Wars as recorded by Metallica with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra; "Out of Range" by Ani Difranco Getting ready to go out: "I Like the Way You Move" by Outkast Partying with friends: "Hey Ya" by Outkast Dancing at a club: "Hot In Herre" by Nelly Flirting: "Shameless" by Ani Difranco Feeling sexy: "Leather" by Tori Amos Walking alone in the rain: "Walking in Memphis" by Marc Cohn Missing someone: "Without You" from Rent Playing in the ocean: "Wednesday" by Tori Amos Summer vacation: "All I Want" by the Offspring Fighting with someone: "Everything's Fine" by Traci Bonham Acting goofy with friends: "Yeah Toast" by Bob and Tom Thinking back: "A Warm Place" by Nine Inch Nails, "Farenheit Fair Enough" by Telefon Tel Aviv. Feeling depressed: Cello Concerto by Sir Edward Elgar, as performed by Jacqueline Du Pre Christmas time: Corelli's "Christmas Concerto" Falling asleep: Madrigals by Hildegaard von Bingen Closing song: "Girl Anachronism" by the Dresden Dolls Take The Soundtrack to Your Life Survey
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Knowing you're going to lose someone but maybe it's for the best or there's nothing you can do about it: "Following" by ChungKing Contemplating the thorny path your life has taken: "Folsom Prison Blues" by Johnny Cash, "Much too Young to Feel This Damn Old" by Garth Brooks Laughing a gravelly laugh: "Boy Named Sue" by Johnny Cash Looking up at the stars while feeling vaguely metal: "Orion" by Metallica Walking into high school and feeling suitably angst-filled: "Master of Puppets" by Metallica Giving a friend some late-night advice: "And Nothing Else Matters" by Metallica Jumping up and down like a wanker: "Ruby Soho" by Rancid, "Dammit" by Blink 182 Sour Grapes: "Napoleon" by Ani Difranco Crying Jag: "You Had Time" by Tori Amos, "We Are the Lucky Ones" by Bif Naked, "Something I Can Never Have" by Nine Inch Nails, "Seasons of Love" from Rent...if you're not a blubbering, dehydrated, congested-assed motherfucker after listening to those all in a row, you may be a sociopath. Getting Wasted: "I Don't Like the Drugs (but the Drugs Like Me)" by Marilyn Manson Waxing Nostalgic: "Boys of Summer" by the Ataris, "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" by Green Day, "Make Believe" by Prick, "Say It Ain't So" by Weezer, "Here's to the Night" by Eve6 Unhealthy Relationship: "Closer" by Nine Inch Nails, "Other People" by Prick, "The Wrong Way" by Sublime Smashing Stuff: "Gave Up" by Nine Inch Nails Sitting in your family's minivan traversing the Midwestern wasteland with only a Walkman / Discman to ease the pain: Sublime's Sublime Album Deeply psychotic in Oxford walking out into traffic ostracized by your academic peers with only a Walkman / Discman to ease the pain: Nine Inch Nails' The Fragile Trapped on a Desert Island with only a Walkman / Discman to ease the boredom: Ani Difranco, Living in Clip Ten CDs I'd save from a fire: Nirvana, Unplugged In New York; The Beatles, Abbey Road; Fiona Apple, Tidal; Nine Inch Nails, The Downward Spiral; Tori Amos, Little Earthquakes; Lauryn Hill, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill; Snoop Doggy Dogg, Doggystyle; Ani Difranco, Little Plastic Castles; Marilyn Manson, Portrait of an American Family; Johnny Cash, Live from Folsom Prison. Currently on Perma-Play: The Nip / Tuck soundtrack