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Sybil Law said in March 24th, 2009 at 8:18 am

There are plenty of songs I’d like to never hear again, but most of them I don’t like, in general. However, that Sheryl Crow song, “All I Wanna Do”, makes me NUTS. She’s really not that great a singer, no matter what anyone says. Actually, most of her songs. I can see why people like her, but she grates on my nerves.
That Bread song… totally kills me.
Um… this is a hard question!!!

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Hilly said in March 24th, 2009 at 9:11 am

I love that Janet Jackson song…of course I am a chick and we dig that kind of “woman power” stuff.

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whall said in March 24th, 2009 at 7:44 pm

Did you know that Billy Joel wore white shoes to contrast with the stage and his pants so as to highlight his dance moves.

Yes. I watched Pop Up Video several times.

My list would have to include:
– Whiter shade of pale (I can’t stand racism)
– Layla original, 2nd half

And I can listen to You’re the onethatIwant (you are, the oneI want) over and over. As well as Blog of the Poppy, er I mean Eye of the Tiger. (Sorry, I gotta link to that post about once a year to keep it alive)

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Janelle said in March 25th, 2009 at 9:24 pm

I will have to take your list one by one….

6. David Foster: Love Theme from “St. Elmo’s Fire”

Did you know that the soundtrack to St. Elmo’s Fire (and Wham) were the first tapes that I ever owned? My mom bought them for my birthday whatever year that was. I will always hold anything St. Elmo Fire-ish close to my heart out of loyalty.

5. Janet Jackson: What Have You Done For Me Lately

Well, being a child of the 80’s, as you already know, if not for that song we wouldn’t know what to call Janet if we weren’t nasty. I found that to be a major life lesson. You didn’t?

4. Survivor: Eye of the Tiger

The first time I remember going skating, I remember this song playing there. I. love. this. song! It is super special for me. Brings back an awesome memory. Though, the only Rocky movie I’ve ever seen is the one with the Russian guy. That makes me think of that song “…there ain’t no easy way out. Anit no short cuts home.” I’m sure I got that all wrong, but you know what I’m saying.

3. John Travolta and Olivia Newton John: You’re the One That I Want

Ugh. Does anyone really listen to that song unless they are watching the movie? I assure you that I will never download that song. I can’t picture myself in my car singing along to that song. It just seems very wrong.

2. Bon Jovi: Living On a Prayer
I almost, maybe have to stop reading your blog over this song. Bon Jovi was my first concert. Living on a Prayer helped create and shape the love that I have for music today. My dream was to grow up and play keyboard for Bon Jovi. Living on a Prayer (or anything Bob Segar) is as close to my heart as my own children.

1. Billy Joel: Uptown Girl

Can’t listen to that song and it not put me in a good mood. You just can’t be unhappy and sing along to that song. It’s a classic.

Well, I hope that I have some shed some light on the many ways your list is totally wrong and you probably should re do this list and consult me next time. I obviously know about awesome music much better than you. Don’t worry though, many people have made the same mistake as you. I make it part of my life’s mission to teach the world why the music that I love and hold dear to me is the only music that matters.

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Nat said in March 26th, 2009 at 7:38 pm

I can’t stand Nothing Compares 2 U by Sinead O’Connor. It pisses me off because Troy of her previous album is actually a much better song… but WTF do I know. I’m sure I could come up with more. There was the Clapton one I’m suppose to love because it’s about his kid. Gah…

I am totally singing You’re the One That I Want — in my head I’m singing it with Whall “oooh oooh honey” — and yeah, I look that hawt in those pants. I don’t care what you say, I still love that movie. Phhhhtttt!!!

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JenBonJovi said in October 12th, 2012 at 7:26 am

I love Bon Jovi and always have, them and their music means the world to me. I love blasting Livin’ On A Prayer around my house. It’s a really enerjetic song, Lovve it xx

Eye of the tiger is a great song too, I do enjoy listening to it every now and then.

Billy Joel Uptown Girl is catchy, I like to sing along to it

Oh my god! Greece is my favourite movie, I love John Travolta and Olivia Newton John: You’re the One That I Want, It’s brilliant well I am a Travolta fan haha 🙂

I’m not a Janet Jackson fan, Never heard any of her songs and don’t intend to.

St. Elmo’s Fire… No idea ha!

🙂 xxx

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