1. Open your music library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For the first question, type the song that’s playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don’t lie and try to pretend you’re cool…just type it in man!
7. Tag 10 people, and they have to do it too

Not tagging anyone else on this one, either.  So there. ;)  Instead I would love to hear from anyone who thinks they can make sense of any of this.  Maybe it’s just my mood today, but I’m not seeing it.

Movie Title:
“Doctor Christian,” episode original airdate Feb. 6, 1938

Opening Credits:
“Under the Top”
(Elliot Goldenthal, Batman Forever score)

Waking Up:
Dowland: “After My Departure I Called to Mynde …”
(Sting, Songs From the Labyrinth)

First Day at School:
“I’m Looking Through You”
(The Beatles, Rubber Soul)

BFF Hang Out:
“Stones In My Passway”
(Robert Johnson, The Complete Recordings)

Falling in Love:
“Growing Up”
(Peter Gabriel, Up)

First Nemesis:
“Council of the Flocks”
(Renaissance of the Native American Flute)

Losing Virginity:
“Franklin In Medlab/Franklin Arrested/Minbari Attack/Sheridan’s Plan”
(Christopher Franke, Babylon 5: In the Beginning)

Fight Song:
“G’Kar’s Emotional Address/Franklin Is About to Leave/et.al.”
(Christopher Franke, Babylon 5: Objects at Rest)

Break Up:
“Music At the Inn”
(Dan Jones, Shadow of the Vampire soundtrack)

“Ruby, Found At Last”
(ZBS Productions, Ruby: the Adventures of a Galactic Gumshoe)

“The Last Train”
(The Goon Show, season 5, episode 9, November 23 1954)

Mental Breakdown:
“Cartoon Cartoon”
(Cartoon Network promo, Cartoon Network’s Cartoon Medley)

“La Vieja”
(Orchester Mariachi Del Sol, Fiesta Mexicana)

“7 Screaming Diz-Busters”
(Blue Oyster Cult, Workshop of the Telescopes)

Getting Back Together:
(Genesis, Abacab)

“White Lightning & Wine”
(Heart, Dreamboat Annie)

Birth of Child:
“Hamma Hama Hula”
(Jon Rauhouse, Steel Guitar Rodeo)

Mid-Life Crisis:
“Heaven Help Us All”
(Stevie Wonder, Signed, Sealed and Delivered)

Final Battle:
“Little Wing”
(Stevie Ray Vaughn, Greatest Hits — SRV)

Death Scene:
“Stealin’ Apples”
(Benny Goodman & His Orchestra)

Funeral Song:
“We Can Work It Out”
(Stevie Wonder, Signed, Sealed and Delivered)

Those You Left Behind:
“Smoke & Wine, et.al”
(Hank Williams III, Straight to Hell)

End Credits
“The Greatest Story Ever Told,” episode 68, original airdate May 9, 1948

Screaming meme-ees
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