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Nov. 16th, 2006 @ 02:47 pm This will be really fun
johnstevensaul did this first I saw, but as he often does, he's started a trend.

Step 1: Put your MP3 player on random.
Step 2: Post the first line(s) of the first 20 songs that play, no matter how embarrassing the song.
Step 3: Post and let everyone you know guess what song and artist the lines come from.
Step 4: Strike out the songs when someone guesses correctly.
Step 5: NO CHEATING (that goes for the guesser, too!)

  1. And the meek shall inherit the earth 2112, Rush -- nemo_wistar
  2. (instrumental)
  3. Virtue is relative at best
  4. What the hell is wrong with you tonight? Different for Girls, Joe Jackson -- quodlibetic
  5. Ninety-nine point nine Fahrenheit degrees Suzanne Vega, 99.9°F -- celaeno
  6. When I woke up this morning I felt a pang
  7. Welcome to my country, welcome to my home
  8. Love, love, love, love is a weird thing
  9. (undecipherable)
  10. It's getting better all the time The Beatles, "Getting Better" -- origamislayer
  11. The old bastard left his ties and his suit Ben Folds, "Bastard" -- crescentdude
  12. When we wore a heart of stone, we wandered to the sea
  13. (instrumental)
  14. You should have listened what your mother said
  15. When your love's flown out the window
  16. Sometimes I think he knows too much
  17. Brick by brick, stone by stone
  18. Yes, it's true I want that apple
  19. My doctor told me that it was time for me to have my X-ray Crash Test Dummies, "Here I Stand Before Me" crescentdude
  20. Now I lay me down not to sleep Barenaked Ladies, "Who Needs Sleep?" -- crescentdude

BTW, good luck with 2, 9, and 13. The guess you're likely to make for 9 is wrong. I'll give you another hint on 9 -- the whole song's lyrics are basically undecipherable.
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Date:November 17th, 2006 01:34 am (UTC)
I'll try 9 again ... Sledgehammer by Peter Grbriel?
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Date:November 17th, 2006 01:50 am (UTC)


Okay, I feel weird being the one to have to tell you, but "Sledgehammer" is about sex, and Peter Gabriel enunciates clearly.