Friday, 20 June 2008

Songs - Smithey's Answers

1 A song under two minutes
Anyone Else But You by Michael Cera and Ellen Page (From Juno)

2 A song with a form of transportation in the title
JCB Song by Nizlopi

3 A song with some form of punctuation in the title
Help! by The Beatles

4 A song that mentions a country other than your own
America by Razorlight

5 A song that mentions time in some way
7 Seconds by Youssof D’Nour and Neneh Cherry

6 A song about wealth and/or privilege
Money from Caberet

7 A song about poverty/lower economic status
Do They Know It’s Christmas by Band Aid 20

8 A song that contains bad grammar (whichever language you choose)

9 Any artist’s first hit
I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker by Sandi Thom

10 A song you like in a genre you don’t
Tilt Ya Head by Nelly and Christina Aquilera

11 A track from a comedic actor’s/singer’s CD
The Ballad of Freda and Barry By Victoria Wood

12 Song with one of the four elements in its title in some form
Walkin’ On Sunshine by Katrina and The Waves

13 A song that tells a story
The Saga Begins by Weird Al Yankovic (Star Wars to the tune of American Pie)

14 A song from your favourite movie
Thriller by Michael Jackson (13 Going on 30) or May It Be by Enya (LOTR)

15 A dark song (your interpretation)
When The Lights Go Out by 5ive

16 A song about a cause that’s special to you

17 A song written for one genre that is translated to another
Frontin’ by Jamie Cullum (Originally N.E.R.D)

18 An Irish drinking song

19 A song about work
9 to 5 by Dolly Parton

20 A song that mentions some cosmic entity (moon, star, comet, etc)
Life on Mars by Sandi Thom (Cover of the Bowie Classic)

21 A song over five minutes

22 Song that mentions one of the US states
Dani California by Red Hot Chilli Peppers

23. Song that mentions a month
November Rain by Guns N Roses

24. Song that mentions distance in some way, vaguely or specifically
Get Here by Oleta Adams

25. Song mentioning royalty of some kind, real or not (eg. “Queen of Memphis”)
Punk Rock Princess by Something Corporate

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