OK, I’m playing this game that user waitingtoderail introduced
and I love it, you can play it as many times as you like and still amuse yourself, at least. I love accidental meaning in general; the illusion of meaning, that is, arising from randomness. The million monkeys pounding keyboards and that sort of thing. Oh, and this game also reminds me of the "interviews" they’d do on the Dr Demento radio show when I was a kid, where the "answers" would be song clips.
I first excluded my classical and Christmas music, as well as songs in languages other than English, since all of those will decrease readability or would just not be as interesting.
1. Put your music player on shuffle.
2. Press forward for each question.
3. Use the song title as the answer to the question even if it doesn’t make sense. NO CHEATING!
The questions, and my answers:
Will it be ok?
Long As I Can See the Light
How are you feeling today?
How do your friends see you?
Up On the Roof
Will you get married?
Woe is Me
What is your best friend’s theme song?
What is the story of your life?
What was high school like?
Falling From Above
How can you get ahead in life?
What is the best thing about your friends?
When You Walk In the Room
What is today going to be like?
The Unwelcome Guest
What is in store for this weekend?
House on the Lake
What song describes you?
Nothing to Say
To describe your grandparents?
King of Bohemia
How is your life going?
What song will they play at your funeral?
Keep Your Distance
How does the world see you?
Running Dry (Requiem for the Rockets)
Will you have a happy life?
What do your friends really think of you?
It Might As Well Be Spring
Do people secretly lust after you?
Dark the Night
How can I make myself happy?
All Together Now
What should you do with your life?
Step Into the Light
Will you ever have children?
The Lovers’ Rights
Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Drifters, Ella Fitzgerald, The Who, Oysterband, Neil Young, Cowboy Junkies, Karla Bonoff, Billy Bragg & Wilco, Rosanne Cash, The Kinks, Richard Thompson, Emm Gryner, Patty Loveless, The Mother Hips, Martin & Jessica Simpson, Stan Getz & Astrud Gilberto, Sandy Denny, The Beatles, Patty Larkin, The Rosebuds