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IF YOUR LIFE WAS A MOVIE, WHAT WOULD THE SOUNDTRACK BE?

To review:
1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every 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 your cool...

Opening Credits: "I'm Not Running Anymore"- John Mellencamp. Opening Credit songs never have anything to do with the movie. Awesome song anyway.
Waking Up: "Good Enough"- Sarah McLachlan. That would not wake me up...
First Day At School: "Wrong All The Time"- Ringo Starr. ::Spittake::
Falling In Love: "Rock and Roll Music"- The Beatles. Huh?
Fight Song: "One Lonley Night"-REO Speedwagon. The aftermath, obviously.
Breaking Up: "Rainy Day Women #12 and #35"- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Drunk maybe but not stoned!
Prom (Perhaps Grad Walk?): "Trouble"- Shawn Colvin. More interesting than my prom actually was and I danced with 4 different women...
Life Is Good: "Better Days"- Bruce Springsteen. Perfect choice!
Mental Breakdown: "Look What the Cat Dragged In"- The Rolling Stones. ROTFLMAO!
Driving: "Midnight"- T. Rex. Interesting choice but it works.
Flashback: "Peace Train"- Cat Stevens. LSD-induced?
Getting Back Together: "Red Light Fever"- Liz Phair. Again, ROTFLMAO!
Wedding: "Health and Happiness"- The Wallflowers. That's just terrible...
Birth of A Child: "Help Me Through The Night"- Joe Walsh. Hee hee!
Final Battle: "Listen' to the Radio"-Adam Sandler. I don't understand that at all.
Death Scene: "Rebel Rock Me."-The Pretenders. This seems very inappropriate...
Funeral Song: "The Wind"- Cat Stevens. Ok, I'll buy that.
End Credits: "I Need a Lover"- John Mellencamp. Sweet End Credits and I love the symmetry.
2nd try: "You Found Me"- Kelly Clarkson. Yeah, I can buy that as well...

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