1. Put your iTunes, Windows Media Player, iPod on shuffle.
2. For each question, press the next button to get your answer.You must write that song name down no matter how silly it sounds!
There were, like, 800 questions, so I just picked the best ones.
How would you describe yourself? "Solsbury Hill" by Peter Gabriel. I'm not sure what this means.
How do you feel today? "Carol of the Bells" I don't know why I feel Christmas music today. Considering the fact that I'm taking down the tree.
What is your motto? "That's Amore!" Hooray! I think that's going to be my catchphrase now.
What do your friends think of you? "Into the Mystic," Van Morrison. No, actually.
What do you think about very often? "Joe," The Cranberries
What do your parents think about you? "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald," Gordon Lightfoot. Janice says that's it's appropriate that it's a really long and historical song.
What do you think of your best friend? "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky," Johnny Cash.
What is your life story? "Just That Kind of Day," The New Main Street Singers (From A Mighty Wind) Well, at least it's cheerful? And sung by a neuftet?
What do you want to be when you grow up? "Baby You're a Rich Man," The Beatles. Note: I don't want to be a dude.
What do you think when you see the person you like? "Amazing Grace."
What song will they play at your wedding? "I Ran," Flock of Seagulls. I'd be a runaway bride? But I'm married!
What will they play at your funeral? "Rock and Roll Woman," Buffalo Springfield. Can someone make sure this happens?
What is your hobby/interest? "Love is all Around," The Troggs.
What do you think about love? Sister Golden Hair," America. Considering the fact that I'm already married, I'm not so sure about the whole "I'm not ready for the altar" thing. Especially after the whole "I Ran" thing.
What is your biggest flaw? "November Rain." iTunes is right! My biggest flaw is the fact that I had a Guns 'n Roses song in my iTunes! Indeed. (That was my sister's joke. "Paradise City" and "Live and Let Die" stay just where they are, thank you.)
What is your best trait? "Something in the Way She Moves," James Taylor. Truer words have never been said. You should see my shoulder-shimmying. (And that's actually a nice song to be about my best trait!)