Ten is NOT Enough

music collageThis week’s Listicles:
From @msannomalley 10 Favorite songs from your senior year of high school.

I am terrible with remembering songs, but ask me what books I’ve read and I can list tons of books and even categorize them by genre and my rating. So this list is all hubby, he can hear the first few seconds of a song and know what it is, the artist, and when it was recorded. Even as we wrote this list…he laughed at me when I didn’t know the artist for the song…as if this is important information.

Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen)

End of the Road (Boys 2 Men)

November Rain ( Guns N Roses)

This Used to be My Playground (Madonna)

Damn I Wish I was Your Lover (Sophie Hawkins)

Wishing on a Star (Cover Girls)

Have you Ever Needed Someone So Bad? (Def Leopard)

I Will Remember You (Amy Grant)

Set A Drift of Memory (PM Dawn)

Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana)

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Ten is NOT Enough — 30 Comments

  1. I haven’t thought about that Sophie Hawkins song in SO LONG but I used to love it back in the day! I love his list! They are classics!!! I’m going to be thinking of that November Rain video all day now! –Lisa

  2. All great songs and think we must of have been in high school around the same time, because I listened to all of these in high school. Also, the Sophie B. Hawkins song always brings me back to summer 90210 episodes when Dylan and Kelly hooked up while Brenda was in Paris, because they played this song for them over and over!

    • yeah, Tony is a character…but I love him. Then after he gave me the lsit he played sound bites of rather gross sounds…wonder what that says about him?

  3. The first, third, and tenth are absolutely timeless! I have no idea when they came out but I grew up listening to them and totally love them. Your husband has pretty good taste in music 🙂
    Happy Monday!

  4. Great list. Glad to know I’m not the only one with no memory for song titles, band names, etc. I had my husband make my list, too 🙂 Now that I’m seeing everyone’s lists, though, it’s all rushing back!

  5. I know about half of his list. And I really thought I was better with music than that. When I was a kid we always played Name that Tune and they made me be the host because I could get the song so quick. I guess those days are over for me.

    I’m convinced that Bohemian Rhapsody will be played 100 years from now.

  6. I’m like you – I can rattle off book titles and authors, but I might now the lyrics of a song fro years and still have absolutely no idea who sung it or what it’s even called! I’ve also loved ‘November Rain’ 🙂 great list – thanks for the trip down memory lane 🙂

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