My motion picture soundtrack
Opening credits: Give 'em the Old Razzle Dazzle, from the musical "Chicago"
Waking Up: Bucharest by Blood or Whiskey. I'm imaging my character rocking around the kitchen... in the shower... riding her bike...ya know normal mornin' stuff.
First day @ school: Egypte from Cirque Du Soleil's Live version of Mystere. This one I don't understand are we flshing back or what?
Falling in Love: Think Gobally, Fuck Locally by Gogol Bordello. Very apt, very punk... goes well with the first time
Fight Song: Kiss my Irish Ass by Dropkick Murphys. A very good bar fight song. I like stomping around to this.
Breaking up: Everloving by Moby. I think I did break up to this once... or at least the album it's on.
Prom: (god forbid) Momma's Boy by The Ramones. Need I explain?
Life: The Restaurant at the End of the Universe read by Douglas Adams. Yes, I have his entire collection on my ipod. It's funny and I'm a geek.
Mental Breakdown: ( I assume I get this by going to prom or having to deal with adult concepts) Through the Roof and Underground by Gogol Bordello.
Driving: Postcard by Yann Tiersen off the Amelie soundtrack. I guess it's a jaunt to the country. It's wonderfully romantic song. I guess I'm with my secret lover.
Flashback: Friends Forever by Puffy Ami Yumi. Oh how cute. I love this piece of Japanese pop punk.
Getting Back together: Wished for You by Squirrel Nut Zippers. Hopefully I'm not still mooning over my prom date. I hope this is someone new in my life. Lord knows there's enough to chose from.
Wedding: First Day of my Life by Bright Eyes. That's just eerie and rather comforting in a way.
Birth of Child: Knock on Wood by The Mighty Mighty BossStones. Do I really have to have kids. I'm not thinking about it now, I'll let Hollywood add it in if they think it's thematically necessary.
Final Battle: Gong by Sigur Ros. I'm only battling if it's for my soul, ot love. Right now I'd fight for love.
Death Scene: November Rain by G n' R baby! Oh yeah, now there's a death scene. I love Slash.
Funeral: The Last Dance by Ol' Blue Eyes Mr. Frank Sinatra. Gives me chils everytime I hear it.
End Credits: Y Control by The Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Like a call to my soul everytime I hear the opening rift.