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A sort of song quiz. (Warning: my musical tastes have been described as 'schizophrenic,' and all answers subject to change on a daily basis...)

1. A song you like with a color in the title
Tangled up in Blue (Dylan)

2. A song you like with a number in the title
I am the One (Inon Zur)


3. A song that reminds you of summer
I Will Wait for You (Mumford & Sons)

4. A song that reminds you of someone you'd rather forget about
One More Cup of Coffee (Dylan; seems I have a complex relationship with Dylan…)

5. A song that needs to be played LOUD
True Faith (New Order, though any of a dozen from this era could do.)Also: I Will Wait for You (cover by 2Cellos)

6. A song that makes you want to dance
Wow, anything Erasure, New Order…

7.A song to drive to
Putting Out the Fire (David Bowie)

8.A song about drugs or alcohol
Whisky, You’re the Devil (several, though the Pogues are what I'm thinking of)

9.A song that makes you happy
The Rovin’ Dies Hard (Battlefield Band)
Also Jump in the Line (Harry Belafonte)

10. A song that makes you sad
One Last Goodbye (Anethema; first heard this in a Dragon Age:Origins Fanvid; just about killed me!)

11. A song that you never get tired of
White Blank Page (Mumford)

12. A song from your pre-teen years
No idea; really, anything before about 10 is kind of a blur…OK, I remember my grandmother singing Que Sera Sera

13. One of your favorite 70's songs
The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

14. A song that you would love played at your wedding
Huh. Didn’t have any last time, and not bloody well likely to happen again. I’ll pass on this one.

15. A song that is a cover by another artist
From Clare to Here (Nanci Griffith cover)

16. One of your favorite classical songs
O Virga Ac Diadema Purpurae Regis (Hildegarde von Bingen, done by Sequentia)

17. A song that you would sing as a duet on karaoke
That would be the song of silence; no, not the Simon and Garfunkel one, the one where I don’t sing….

18. A song from the year you were born
No clue (and that would be telling! Sneaky!)

19. A song that makes you think about life
Darker (Assemblage 23)

20. A song that has many meanings for you
Poison and Wine (The Civil Wars)

21. A favorite song with a person's name in the title
Morning Song for Sally (Nanci Griffith)

22. A song that moves you forward
Hammer and a Nail (Indigo Girls)

23. A song you think everybody should listen to
Take me to Church (Hozier) Only so they can stop singing it IN church!!!!

24. A song by a band you wish were still together
Braw Burn the Bridges (Tannahill Weavers)

25. A song by an artist no longer living
Calypso (John Denver)

26. A song that makes you want to fall in love
Wow, that’s a tall order these days….. I Know You’re Out There Somewhere (Moody Blues)

27. A song that breaks your heart
Maggie May (Rod Stewart; don’t ask!)

28. A song by an artist with a voice you love
Return to Me (October Project)

29. A song you remember from your childhood
Wow gonna force me to unearth another one.. OK, Fly Me to the Moon (I learned to play it on the piano as a kid)

30. A song that reminds you of yourself
Depending on the day: Demons (Imagine Dragons), I Take My Chances (Mary Chapin-Carpenter), Set Fire to the Rain (Adele) or Biting Down (Lourde)
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