The Writer They Call Tay (awanderingbard) wrote,
The Writer They Call Tay

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A meme, as I wait on Poser to drap some cloth...

Here's how it works:
1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, RHYTHMBOX etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool...
7. When you're finished tag some other people to do it!

Opening Credits: Je Defendrai Ma Vie by Bryan Adams
[The French version of 'You Can't Take Me' from the Spirit movie. Apparently the move of my life has an independent theme. Or, it is about a talking horse.]

Waking Up: On the Street Where You Live by Harry Connick Jr.
[Make that a singing horse, who is clearly clomping up and down the street outside my window, loving me for my independent, adorably accented ways.]

First Day of School: You Can't Win from The Wiz
[You can't win, when a singing horse follows you to school. That's no way to fit in.]

Falling in Love: Regimental Drummer from The Civil War
[Especially when you live during the Civil War and your love is an army drummer boy who bangs his drum and smiles. While riding a singing horse, I'm assuming.]

Fight Song: Lost in the Wilderness from Children of Eden
[I'm not sure if the drummer and his singing horse are berating me for being naive about how much life sucks since God kicked us out of Eden, or if it's the other way around.]

Breaking Up: Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah by Aly and A.J (I think, from a Disney Mania CD, anyway)
[Me and my drummer boy split up, but apparently it's still a wonderful day. I hope I get the horse in the divorce settlement.]

Prom: Un Homme Libre by David Hallyday
[The French version of 'I'm Still Here' from Treasure Planet. My prom date is a futuristic Jim Hawkins who just wants to get the hell off this planet. He probably won't even dance with me]

Life: A Change in Me cut from Beauty & The Beast
[In which me and my singing horse learn life's lessons and decide we're okay with ourselves.]

Driving: The Honour of Your Name from The Civil War
[That poignant scene where me and my horse are driving through the rain, crying over the death of drummer boy in the war.]

Flashback: Twilight by Vanessa Carleton
[Then I flashback and remember that drummer boy just kept me from achieving self-actualization and to hell with him.]

Getting Back Together: Alexander's Ragtime Band from the Titanic Soundtrack
[You'd think they'd put something a little more heart wrenching considering my life has come back from the dead.]

Wedding: Stars and the Moon from Songs for a New World
[Let's say I don't make the mistake of the girl in the song and go with one of the first two guys who don't have money, but have love and fun.]

Party: Que Serait La Vie Sans Toi from Pocohantas
[The French version of 'If I Never Knew You'. Which, awww. Drummer boy is a romantic.]

Birth of A Child: Times Like This by Christianne Noll
[It's times like this a girl could use a dog?]

Final Battle: Let Me Entertain You by Robbie Williams
["No swords. No guns. We settle this through performance art!"]

Funeral Song: Breathe by Anna Nalick
[Ironic. Since, I can't. 'Cause I'm dead.]

Ending Credits: Les Rois Du Monde from Romeo et Juliette
[Because we all know that I'm a playboy renaissance guy with a penchant for poison and underage girls.]
Tags: memeage, misc./non-fic

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