If songs were wearable part 2

Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Okay, that question I asked was a bit too abstract. I couldn't come up with an answer. How about this one:

What song would you put on to get the housework done when you really don't want to do it?

I would maybe put on The Load Out/Stay by Jackson Browne. I love the story of that song. And it's sort of about what goes on behind the scenes, which is sort of like what housework is :)

I am so bored at the moment. This cold is still hanging around the edges, snipping my interest. It is very frustrating to me that my health continues to give me grief, even if it is just a common cold. I want to get out there and have some sort of a life, not sit inside all weekend writing 300 blog posts :) Maybe I would wear a Regina Spektor song, in that case, to help my immune system. I like that girl's quirk. Or maybe something Kate Bush-ey or Tori Amos-ey. A crazy swirling woman song. That's what I'd wear. A song that is turquoise.


  1. To clean the house put on some Van Halen :)

  2. Slayer "God Hates Us All" or "Reign In Blood"

  3. Patti - that sounds good (except it would have to be 51/50. I know, I know, it's breaking all the Van Halen rules to have that as your favourite VH album! :)

    SR - Interesting choice. I could never find the door to enter into Slayer. Funny, in my earlier Christian incarnation I would have been thinking "agh, so anti God" whereas these days I'd probably be nodding with half the lyrics criticising churchianity :)

  4. Then I'll break all the rules with ya.5150 is my fav Van Halen album, too.

    I would wear something sunshiney and gloriously guilty-pleasure like Everbody Wants to Rule the World or Unwritten or China Grove.

  5. I don't know Unwritten or China Grove. I shall have to go and listen to them on YouTube this weekend and laugh at your guilty pleasure :)

  6. Unwritten - Natasha Bedingfield
    China Grove - The Doobie Brothers


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