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I-Tunes Shuffle - THE BABY

I was tagged by my niece, Lenore. Try this and add it to your own blog or Facebook.

1. Put Your iTunes, Windows Media Player, Winamp, etc on shuffle.
2. For each question, press the next button to get your answer.
4. Put the artist after a dash following the song name.
5. Put any comments in brackets.
6. Tag some lucky people to spread the disease.

How would you describe yourself?
Livin' on a Prayer - Bon Jovi [pretty much my life!]

How do you feel today?
Wreck This Heart - Bob Seger

What is your life’s purpose?
Song of Joy - Captain & Tennille [that's me, I'm all about JOY!]

What is your motto?
Hell is for Children - Pat Benatar

What do you think about very often?
Savior - Skillet

What is your life story?
A Brand New Song - John Mellencamp [YEP!]

What do you want to be when you grow up?
I Have a Dream - ABBA [a dreamer?]

What will you dance to at your wedding?
Older - George Michael [since I've been married for almost 21 years, this would be appropriate were we to renew our vows]

What will they play at your funeral?
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made - Matt Redman [I get the Wonderfully Made (HA!) but Fearfully?]

What is your hobby/interest?
Anymore - Alien 8

If you could do anything right now, what would it be?
Wake Up Alone - Amy Winehouse [Don't tell my husband!]

What do you want most of all?
Find the Cost of Freedom - Styx [good answer!]

What is your greatest fear?
One Trip - Montgomery Gentry [enough said]

What is your darkest secret?
Hold Fast - MercyMe

What is your favorite thing in the world?
Wildest Dream - Journey [dreaming again?]

If you could have one wish, what would you wish for?
Corona Radiata - Nine Inch Nails [Corona for sure!]

What is your theme song?
A Legal Matter - The Who

The next time you hear this song (aside from now, that is), you must dance.
End of the Summer - Theory of a Deadman [watch out everyone!]

What will you post this as?
The Baby - Blake Shelton

I tag everyone - post it on your blog or on Facebook!


Heather rules said…
Man I wish I had an I-pod. Still in the dinosaur age. ;o(
I just got a coffee maker I can program...HELLO
Lenore said…
Now that was fun wasn't it? :)
Chris said…
Those were pretty funny.

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