Thursday, August 14, 2008

Continuing the confessional streak...

After admitting my horrible TV taste, Mad Hatter decided that I should unleash my music collection on everyone. So, here are my top five most embarrassing songs.

-Drops of Jupiter by Train (I still sing along with this song)
-Get Mine Get Yours by Christina Aguilera (Especially embarrassing when your Advisor-- who usually isn't there on the weekends-- comes in.)
-Hanging by a Moment by Lifehouse (A guy who I was sort-of seeing dedicated this song to me on the radio. Except that I never listened to the station he used. I was told this by a friend and immediately went out and got the song, so I could fake it. I felt awful! Although, not about the faking, but about missing the grand gesture.)
-Outside by Staind (And, yes, that is spelled correctly)
-Hot Dog by Limp Bizkit (I think it quite possibly could be the most profane song of all time.)

Oh! And I could go on. But I'll spare you and not do that. However, any of you out there who laughed, giggled, snorted, or rejoiced in the fact that you didn't have to do this-- tag! You're it!

6 comments:

EthidiumBromide said...

I eye-rolled at your list of songs, which is neither a laugh nor a snort. Guess I don't have to do it!

Cath@VWXYNot? said...

Whatever happened to Train? Were they just a one hit wonder? When I first heard that song I thought it was Rod Stewart and kinda liked it. But it got played to death on the radio and I got soooo sick of it.

Deb said...

I did none of those things, however, I will say that we have, amazingly, the same tastes in music. I also like other things too, like hip hop (cause I love to dance) and country (always good for a cry). I guess its safe to say I like almost All music.

Aunt Becky said...

OH, I loves me my Christina. That's a great song!

Amanda said...

EtBr: Ah, yes, but your comment sounds distinctly rejoice-ful. Ergo, I think you're still on the hook. :-)

Cath@VWXYNot?: I know that they had another album after that, but that was many moons ago.

Deb: That is almost scary :-) There can be two of us with such taste?

Aunt Becky: I must admit that I have that entire album. It just wasn't that great when Advisor walked into the lab to me singing along with that particular song.

Mad Hatter said...

I have "Drops of Jupiter" too, and a couple of songs by Staind, although not that one. Guess I just had much more embarrassing songs to put on my list, so those didn't make the cut! :-)