A.R.M. (kinkyturtle) wrote,
A.R.M.
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From normanrafferty: soundtrack of my life ...

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 and try to pretend you're cool...


I have such a big music library, it would take too long to open it up all at once, so I just loaded up all my XTC songs.


Opening Credits
"Statue of Liberty"

Waking Up
"Born Out Of Your Mouth" (The lyrics do contain breakfast references.)

First Day At School
"This Is Pop" (Wow, cool school!...)

Falling in Love
"Harvest Festival" (...but then why do they have such a stuffy and formal fall program?)

Fight Song
"Child's Crusade" (An instrumental. Jangly enough to go well with sports footage, I suppose.)

Prom
"Young Cleopatra" (She's 14. Is that old enough for a prom?)

Life is Good
"Candymine" (...and (once she's old enough to get married) the sex is great!)

Mental Breakdown
"I Need Protection" (Yeah, that works.)

Driving
"Love At First Sight" (Well, I was quite fond of my first car...)

Flashback
"Toys" (The main character thinks back to when he was a kid and Dad gave him a GI Joe and it beat up his teddybears and Rubik's Cubes)

Getting Back Together
"2 Rainbeau Melt" (Wow, LSD can patch up relationships!)

Sex Scene
"She's So Square" (After that mind-bending 2 Rainbeau Melt scene, I ain't buyin' it.)

Paying the Dues
"Lightheaded" (This totally doesn't work, unless he's having to work with some strong chemicals...)

The Night Before the War
"Skate Dreams Wet Car" (Another instrumental, and totally not battle-y at all.)

Final Battle
"Dear God" (Ah, so it's a battle of inner spiritual turmoil then.)

Moment of Triumph
"Do What You Do" (The main character realizes he has free will and goes giddy with the possibilities!)

Death Scene
"GOOM" (Another instrumental. It is kinda GlOOMy...)

Funeral Song
"Broomstick Rhythm" (Apparently he loved brooms and wanted the funeral party to perform a lively song using them.)

End Credits
"I Don't Want To Be Here" (Throughout his life, he was confused about his place in the world. Wait, don't leave; there might be a funny bit at the end of the credits.)
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