Wednesday, 2 March 2011

30 Day Song Challenge !

Ok, everyone's doing it. Or at least, everyone I know and are interested in. So, here's the gen.
There's a list. It has songs on it. In fact, there are a few lists, and you get to pick which one you want to follow. So it seems. Every day for thirty days, you blog in accordance with the criteria of the list. The list I'm following is as follows;

Day 1: Your favorite song.
Day 2: A song that makes you cry.
Day 3: A song that makes you dance.
Day 4: Your favorite male singer.
Day 5: Your favorite female singer.
Day 6: Your favorite band.
Day 7: One band/singer you’re ashamed to admit you like.
Day 8: One band/singer whose popularity you will never understand.
Day 9: A song that reminds you of an ex.
Day 10: A song that reminds you of your father.
Day 11: A song that reminds you of your mother.
Day 12: A song that makes you want to have sex.
Day 13: A song you sing in the shower.
Day 14: A song from the year you were born.
Day 15: A song you liked in high school.
Day 16: The first song in your mp3 folder.
Day 17: The last song in your mp3 folder.
Day 18: An instrumental song you like.
Day 19: Your favorite love song.
Day 20: Your favorite breakup song.
Day 21: A song that makes you want to break stuff.
Day 22: Your favorite song from a movie.
Day 23: Your favorite duet.
Day 24: Your favorite cover song.
Day 25: Your favorite song from 2010 or 2011 (so far)
Day 26: Your favorite music video.
Day 27: One song in your mp3 folder you’re pretty sure no one else has.
Day 28: One song that needs to never be played again.
Day 29: One song that gives you the creeps.
Day 30: A song you’d like played at your funeral.

Being a total music junkie and all, I think the only difficulty will be choosing just one song each day that meets the criteria. But then again, the other problem may be finding youtube links (as seems customary) to my chosen tracks, as, to not put too finer a point on it, I've got some weird fucking shit in my music collection. I'd be interested to do this list again in a year's time and see what's changed. Perhaps everyone who is "doing it" should do that too.

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