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The Soundtrack

As a complete narcissist, I grew up believing that someday Jennifer Love Hewitt would portray me in my autobiographical movie entitled “The Things One Woman Can Do (When Motivated By Large Sums Of Money And The Glory Of Being Followed By The Media)”.  Of course, sometime in my life I may actually have to do something to warrant the media to follow me, thus deserving a movie with such a title.  All the same I’ve been compiling a wonderful list of music that will accompany this Oscar worthy piece of art.  As time goes on I will be adding to this list…and although it may seem quite long….it’s only because I’m banking on several sequels and if I’m lucky perhaps a few prequels.

1:// Neil Finn – Driving Me Mad
2:// John Mayer – Neon
3:// The Album Leaf – Streamside
4:// Aqualung – Something To Believe In
5:// Ben Folds – Evaporated
6:// The Caesers – It’s Not The Fall That Hurts
7:// Coldplay – Kingdom Come
8:// Copeland – Testing The Strong Ones
9:// Dave Barnes – The L.A. Song
10:// David Gray – This Years Love
11:// Counting Crows – Colorblind
12:// A Fine Frenzy – Near To You
13:// The Format – Oceans
14:// Garth Brooks – Callin Baton Rouge
(because there is no funner song to clap along to)
15://  Guster – Jesus On The Radio
16:// Iron and Wine – Boy With a Coin
17:// Jars Of Clay – Worlds Apart
18:// Keane – We Might As Well Be Strangers
19:// Matt Pond PA – Basement Parties
20:// MuteMath – Control
21:// Nickel Creek – Reasons Why
22:// Ray LaMontagne – You Are The Best Thing
23:// Sara Bareilles – Gravity
24:// Sufjan Stevens – Decatur
25:// The Weepies – Can’t Go Back Now
26:// Peter Gabriel – The Book Of Love
27:// Passion Pit – Little Secrets
28://Band of Horses – No One’s Gonna Love You
29://Journey – Don’t Stop Believing
30://Gary Go – Wonderful
31://Future Of Forestry – Slow Your Breathe Down
32://John Foreman – Your Love Is Strong
33://Mumford And Sons – Timschel
34:// Adele – Set Fire To The Rain


2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 5, 2009 6:00 pm

    I’m pretty sure that Iron and Wine song is a lot more fun to clap to. Try it, you’ll like it (and you won’t have to put Garth Brooks on a playlist ever again).

  2. Bella permalink*
    May 5, 2009 7:25 pm

    that garth song mostly just relates back to a time in my life when a friend and I would religiously play that song in the car and try to clap as long as we could without steering….regardless of the fact that we didn’t really love garth. that’s the only time a country song would find it’s way into my movie. and it would still be beautiful.

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