13 June 2006

Tuesday is the day to Guess Lyrics!

You know the rules: Post the artist and song title in the comments. So far, Minnesota has been in the lead (by Minnesota, I mostly mean Laura. Ben's been helping, too). Here we go:

1) So we're alone again, I wish it were over. We never seem to end, only get closer.
2) I walked across an empty land, I knew the pathway like the back of my hand.
3) Over the sea and far away she's waiting like an iceberg, waiting to change, but she's cold inside.
4) Aruba, Jamaica, Oooh I wanna take ya
5) It's these substandard motels on the (lalalalala) corner of 4th and Fremont Street.
6) When you said, "Tulips," I knew that you were mine, when I caught you there, crying in the night.
I looked out this morning, and the sun was gone. Turned on some music to start my day, I lost myself in a familiar song. I closed my eyes and I slipped away
8) And so it is, just like you said it would be. Life goes easy on me most of the time.
9) When you walked in, I said with a grin that we were just talking 'bout you
10) Last time I talked to you, you were lonely and out of place, you were looking down on me, lost out in space.
1) Closer by Joshua Radin
2) Somewhere Only We Know by Keane (Laura)
3) Other Side of the World by KT Tunstall (Wendy)
4) Kokomo by the Beach Boys
7) More Than A Feeling by Boston
8) The Blower's Daughter by Damien Rice (Laura)
9) The Humor of the Situation by Barenaked Ladies (Laura)
10) Somewhere Out There by Our Lady Peace (Laura)


Laura said...

Yes, I check compulsively on music Tuesdays. It is becoming increasingly evident that at least 70% of our musical taste overlaps and our iTunes are secretly communicating through AIM or something.

1) Closer by Joshua Radin
2) Somewhere Only We Know by Keane
4) Kokomo by the Beach Boys
7)More than a Feeling by Boston (even though you are more likely to catch me listening to the monstrosity that is the N Sync version...yes, I have no shame)
8) Blower's Daughter by Damien Rice (Jude Law is so hot, even when he cheats...on and off screen, also interesting that the title of the movie to which I am referring and the song at #1 are the same)
9) The Humor (or I suppose Humour if that's how you roll) of the Situation by BNL
10) Somewhere Out There by OLP


Benj said...

I don't know any of the ones that are left but I thought you might be amused to know that when I was little "Kokomo" was my favorite song.

Wendy P. said...

#3 is Other Side of the World by KT Tunstall. Great song, great cd...love the artist!