My emergency song is "lines on my face" by Peter Frampton, If I'm sad or pissed off, if I'm a bit hyper and happy? , its The Who's "Baba O'Reilly". But then again there's those Beck tunes from his Sea Change album, "lost cause and "guess I'm doin fine" and... oh nevermind, I think I have too many emergency songs...
Wow...I don't know what mine would be?Although, ANYTIME I'm upset/unhappy/etc. one listen of YoYoMa's Cello Suites CD puts me at ease, course I don't think that counts cos there are no words.....
Hmmmmmm ... I think I have 1,213 you can use on me ...
Hmm. Maybe "Delta Dawn?" Or "It's Raining Men?" No, I've got it - the theme from "Sanford & Son!"
Better to have more than one I think Bluez, that way they don't run out of options if their first reaction is wrong.YoYo Ma, interesting Jin, time for you to start stalking Pink Fluffy Slippers, she's a cellist.I'd call in Mr. Buck special for you Beth and have him strum whatever's laying around, perhaps you? You'd snap to it in no time. That was my problem too, too many trigger songs would get me back up.Haha, I'll keep that in mind CP should an emergency need arise while I'm in the vicinity. I'm practicing it in my head right now.
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Mine is "Interstate Love Song" by the Stone Temple Pilots.
I don't suppose I would know until someone played a bunch of songs until one stuck. With my luck, it'll probably something to lame to even mention in polite company, something on the order of "Afternoon Delight."
I'll queue it up should anything ever happen Old Lady.Ah, good choice Johnny Yen. I still haven't decided on my definitive song.That's pretty funny X. Dell. I'd probably wake up to Love Will Keep Us Together or something equally embarrassing.
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