Alright. I haven’t done one of these silly memes in awhile now. Going to place the blame fully on Christine for this one. Besides, placing the blame will totally distract everyone from my eclectically bad taste in music.
So, here’s how it works:
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
The Greg Movie Experience
Opening Credits: Mrs. Robinson – The Lemonheads
Waking Up: Vaccination Scar – The Tragically Hip
First Day At School: Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off) – Parliment
Okay, Apparently it’s a very funky school. Maybe it’s PCU
Falling In Love: I’ve Got You Under My Skin – Frank Sinatra & Bono
Okay, that’s somewhat fitting.
Fight Song: Lust For Life – Iggy Pop
Breaking Up: I Love Not Loving You – Wide Mouth Mason
Prom: The Rainbow Connection – Kermit The Frog
It ain’t ever easy bein’ green.
Life: Le Tango de Roxanne – Moulin Rouge Soundtrack
Mental Breakdown: Gouge Away – Pixies
Hehehehe. That’s amusing.
Driving: D is For Dangerous – The Arctic Monkeys
Flashback: Afterglow – INXS
Getting Back Together: Rain Will Fall – I Mother Earth
Wedding: I.O.U – Metric
Birth of Child: If You Want Blood (You’ve Got It) – AC/DC
Hehe. Apparently it’s a messy birth.
Final Battle: The Pretender – Foo Fighters
Death Scene: If I Ever Leave This World Alive – Flogging Molly
Funeral Song: Eulogy – Tool
End Credits: Don’t Dream It’s Over – Crowded House
Couldn’t end on a better note
Heh. Consistency is not one of my strong suits. This one is much like my life, all over the map. Oh well, rather enjoyable nonetheless.
2 thoughts on “If Your Life Was A Movie, What Would The Soundtrack Be?”
I tried this and was not amused with the results. Love songs at funerals, ambient pieces for “fights”, etc.
At least yours turned out well enough. I particularly enjoyed gouge away finding its way into your mental breakdown.
Yeah. I was a little weak to begin with but it did come together in the end.
I was particularly fond of Gouge Away. I thought it rather perfect.
I tried it a second time around just now and got much the same sort of result as you. Maybe the instrumentals and ambients in fight scenes means we’re in a John Woo movie or something. *gets out his two-gun mojo*
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