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Monday, November 20, 2006

For No Reason Whatsoever...

Just thought I'd make up a list:

Top 10 Song Lyrics That Would Make Good Story Titles (in no particular order)

(Some of these may have already been used, for all I know...but probably not.)

1. "When Everything Is In Roses": Lene Lovich, "New Toy"

2. "A Sudden Stroke of Night": Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Waters of March"

3. "Mouths Full of Wishes": April March, "Life of the Party"

4. "Made Galileo Look Like a Boy Scout": The Hombres, "Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out)"

5. "The Heavy Heavy Monster Sound": Madness, "One Step Beyond"

6. "More Dearly Than the Spoken Word Can Tell": Roger Whittaker, "The Last Farewell"

7. "Everybody Wants a Box of Chocolates and a Long-Stemmed Rose": Leonard Cohen, "Everybody Knows"

8. "Hold Your Heading True": Michael Oldfield, "Five Miles Out"

9. "The Front of Your Dress All Shadowy Lined": Duran Duran, "The Chauffeur"
10. "Your Legs Give Way and Hit the Ground": The English Beat, "Save It for Later"


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