Friday, April 24, 2009

iPod shuffle

Cara recently posted a challenge aimed at helping us know the "small, silly, trivial" things about one another.  She asked that we put our iPods on shuffle and list what songs are played.  It was fun to read her list, and I was happy to see many other bloggers sharing their lists too.  For some Friday Fun, I thought I'd post my own iPod shuffle list!  Here goes:

  1. Sway - Michael Buble
  2. White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane
  3. Deja Voodoo - Kenny Wayne Shephard
  4. Southern Cross - Crosby, Stills & Nash
  5. Same Old Lang Syne - Dan Fogelberg
  6. Sign Your Name - Terence Trent D'Arby
  7. I Believe in You - Don Williams
  8. I'd Really Love to See You Tonight - England Dan & John Ford Coley
  9. Nessun Dorma - Luciano Pavarotti
  10. Gold Dust Woman - Fleetwood Mac
  11. Take Five - Dave Brubeck
  12. Dream On - Aerosmith
  13. Can't Find My Way Home - Blind Faith
  14. Come On Eileen - Dexy's Midnight Runners
  15. Caruso - Luciano Pavarotti
  16. Knitting Song - Rainbow Chasers
  17. Valotte - Julian Lennon
  18. Ikea - Jonathan Coulton
Yikes!!  Classic rock, 80s hits, some 70s stuff, an instrumental jazz tune, some opera and even one lone country song!  (I'm not much of a country music fan, but my parents are.  I've always liked that song and chose it to dance with my father to at my wedding.)  There is also a pretty song about knitting and a funny song about that Swedish furniture chain.  (The video isn't that good - except for the part with the rabbits, but the song lyrics make me laugh!)  So is that list the oddest mix you've seen or what??


  1. Very cool list. I am doing mine now!!

  2. Wow, very eclectic!

    Sounds like fun, but I don't have an ipod :(

  3. Whoa - CSN, Jefferson Airplane, Aerosmith, Blind Faith - how much better can it get? Truly!
    I have seen Dave Brubeck in concert a couple of times and the energy that man puts forth as he plays cannot be described.

  4. LOVE TT Darby and "Same Old Lang Syne" makes me cry EVERY time I hear it!
    Excellent and eclectic mix!

  5. Come on Eileen! I am a teen of the '80s and I remember recording this off of my radio so I could listen to it over and over. Love it!

    I've posted mine if you care to take a peek!


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