Monday, August 15, 2005

Life soundtrack

Like anyone would make a movie out of my mundane existence, but I got this off the net somewhere, and...what the hell. Just for kicks.

Opening Credits:
"Clarity" by John Mayer

Waking-up scene:
"On Saturday" by The Clarks

Average-day scene:
"Perfect Day" by Collective Soul (feat. Elton John)
"Perfect Time of Day" by Howie Day

Best-friend Scene:
"Jeremiah's Prayer" by Marc Broussard
"I'll Always Be There" by Lou Pardini

First-date scene:
"Hello Sunshine" by Super Furry Animals
"After an Afternoon" by Jason Mraz

Falling-in-love scene:
"All I Want" by Toad the Wet Sprocket
"Dreams" by Gavin DeGraw
"Comfortable" by John Mayer

Love scene:
"I Love You" by Saigon Kick
"Everybody Here Wants You" by Jeff Buckley

Fight-with-friend scene:
"Everybody's Changing" by Keane

Break-up scene:
"Best Deceptions" by Dashboard Confessional
"Why Did You Mess With Forever?" by John Mayer

Get-back-together scene:
"Warning Sign" by Coldplay

'Life's okay' scene:
"Into Your Arms" by The Lemonheads
"Slide" by The GooGoo Dolls
"Send It Up" by Vertical Horizon

Bumming around scene:
"Champagne Supernova" by Oasis
"Out of My Head" by Fastball
"Summer Girls" by LFO

Heartbreak Scene:
"Honey and the Moon" by Joseph Arthur
"Last Goodbye" by Jeff Buckley

Mental-breakdown Scene:
"Mr. Brightside" by The Killers
"Breathe" by Prodigy

Driving Scene:
"Tiny Dancer" version by Ben Folds Five
"Crush" by Gavin DeGraw
"Semi-Charmed Life" by Third-Eye Blind

Lesson-learning scene:
"Orange Sky" by Alexi Murdoch

Party Scene:
"Are You Gonna Be My Girl?" by Jet
"Block Rockin' Beats" by Chemical Brothers
"Massive Crush" by The Barbs

Happy Dance Scene:
"I'm Shakin'" by Rooney

Regret Scene:
"All I Want is You" by U2
"Don't Look Back in Anger" by Oasis

Long-night-alone Scene:
"Trouble Sleeping" by The Perishers
"Man On The Side" by John Mayer

Death Scene:
"Fields of Gold" version by Eva Cassidy

Closing Credits:
"Quiet" by John Mayer

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8:02 PM  
Blogger Sabine said...

Your Love Scene songs are FAB... especially by Jeff Buckley :)

10:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey PJ, it's been ages :)

Where'd you find the Tiny Dancer version of Ben Folds Five?

Hazel

9:29 AM  
Blogger peejay said...

sabine: thanks for dropping by.

hazel: jeez, yeah, it has been a while. i'll drop you a line in your own blog. i got that from pedi. aside from from the elton john original, meron din "tiny dancer" version ni dave grohl. reaaly cool. =)

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