Monday, July 19, 2010

It's called FIVE & TEN

… and I INSIST you play with me!

FIVE people & TEN Songs

INSTRUCTIONS
(1) Turn on your MP3 player/iPod.
(2) Go to SHUFFLE songs mode.
(3) Write down the first TEN songs that come up--song title and artist--NO editing/cheating, please (even if letting the world know you listen to crap like "Weekend in New England" will humiliate you).
(4) Choose FIVE people to be tagged. It is generally considered to be in good taste to tag the person who tagged you, since there should be new songs appearing with Shuffle every time.


1. I Get Weak -- Belinda Carlisle
2. You Really Got a Hold on Me -- The Beatles
3. Neither One of Us -- Gladys Knight & the Pips
4. Knockin' on Heaven's Door -- Bob Dylan
5. You Keep Me Hangin' On -- Diana Ross & The Supremes
6. Golden Slumbers -- The Beatles
7. Wonderful Remark -- Van Morrison
8. Make Me Smile -- Chicago
9. Weekend in New England -- Barry Manilow
10. Let 'Em In -- Paul McCartney & Wings

You've seen my typical baby boomer playlist. Now show me yours. Let's see how you do at FIVE & TEN:

Kwizgiver
Snarky Pants
Silver Neurotic
Boliyou
And ... of course ... anyone else who wants to play.

Leave a comment so I can check out your playlist.

4 comments:

  1. I tagged you back! My list is totally 80s.

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  2. I'm exhausted from futzing with PI for 2 1/2 hours so I'm pasting my list here. It is, as you would expect, Cookie laden. :)

    Still haven't found what I'm looking for / Cookie from AI

    Do I ever cross your Mind / Brian Mcknight

    Sideways / Citizen Cope

    Lie / Cookie

    Fool if you think it's over / Chris Rea

    Little Sparrow/DC from AI

    I want it that way/Backstreet Boys

    I cant make you love me/Bonnie Raitt

    Let it Ride/ BTO

    In a big country/Big Country

    See? A smattering of 70s, 80s and today! heh

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  3. This will have to wait until I can get on my desk top computer where I can access my iTunes.

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  4. I only did this one once, but it was a lot of fun. I'll admit to having some Barry Manilow on my mp3 player, too.

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