OKAY, I’LL PLAY…

I don’t want to make a habit of this. I prefer to generate my own ideas/content. But the more I thought about this, the more the challenge/absurdity made me smile….So, again from one of those memes that’s going around…(tried to link live versions where available.)

The 30 Day Song Challenge…(I think the idea is to name the first song you love that comes to mind. Anyway that’s the spirit I’m taking.)

4 thoughts on “OKAY, I’LL PLAY…

  1. It’s understandable why you played. It’s an irresistible sort of game for us song freaks.

    Gems from your list: “(I think this category is probably made for Linda Ronstadt)” and “taken over by pod people, 1973.” Heh heh heh……truer words were never typed.

    Just to be a pedantic jerk, here’s the actual definition of “meme”:

    http://www.wired.co.uk/article/richard-dawkins-memes

    I know, I know. It’s a lost battle. But given the spirit of much of this website, I’ll just leave it at, “For the record.” Also, there’s a weird instrument involved, so I can pretend it’s somewhat related!

    • Never worry about constructive criticism around here. I’m all for it. I almost looked up meme, too…but the post was so darn time consuming it slipped my mind at the end. That’ll learn me!

      The death/displacement of the Rolling Stones is a running topic of mine….One of these days, I’m gonna release the partial transcripts of the conversations between Mick Jagger and Satan which the counter-illuminati have entrusted to my care. But I’ll have to be very careful about the timing. Someone’s ALWAYS watching. (insert maniacal laughter here).

  2. That would be hilarious. (<–See, I'm covering it with humor, in case the wire to Satan is still tapped by Allen Klein's people.)

    One of these days, _you_ should be interviewed. Statements about '60s girl-group songs keeping you alive for "thirty-five years," not to mention this:

    19. A song that makes you think about life
    The Trashmen “Surfin’ Bird”

    …suggest that you have quite a story yourself!

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