Continuing the song theme:
What are the songs you simply cannot get sick of? The ones you set the “repeat” CD function to? The ones your friends may grow to detest because you play them so often?
For me, it’s:
Prince’s (or TFKA’s, whatever) "Seven"
There is so much happening musically in that song–it’s fascinating and hypnotic.
George Michael’s "Freedom"
I love the theme of this song–GM’s desire to be himself and free of his MTV-generated image. The music is very envigorating; it also helps that I find the video incredibly cool.
Barenaked Ladies’ "One Week"
It’s just plain fun. And hyper. I like that.
Alanis Morissette’s "Not The Doctor"
This is my theme song for a disturbed, and emotionally needy, ex-boyfriend. “I don’t want to be the glue that holds your pieces together…I don’t want to be your mother, I didn’t carry you in my womb for nine months…lend me some fresh air!” Yep, that’s my Kris Song.
Mozart’s Requiem: Lacrymosa Movement
It’s one of my favorite Mozart pieces, yet it was never completed (at least, not by Mozart). Still, it is so empassioned and mournful that it had to make this list.
How 'bout you guys?
“Me fail English? That’s unpossible!”
“English? Who needs that? I’m never going to England.”