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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by melissa@muppet, Apr 1, 2006.
Theres three versions of this song, and I have to admit I like this version the best. The original is kinda power poppy, the Generations Modern Remix is more hard rock, and theres...this Classic remix is almost dance like (google is your friend if interested)
I love this show..
Hey it's that VH1 Monkees docu-drama! I haven't seen that in years, lol.
>_> The Big Bang Theory theme song. I fully blame The Barenaked Ladies for that.
My roommate my Sr. year of college had season 2 of that show on DVD, and when she got in her moods to watch multiple episodes in one night, I'd always yell, "BANG!" really loudly at the right time... then I'd do it again after the instrumental version at the credits was done.
I have NO idea why, but "There's a Light" (complete with audience interaction) from RHPS.
I'm blaming Kim. Just because.
I have "What's the name of that song?" stuck in my head!
don't bring me down by ELO not bad but annoying
A friend made a music video of "Red Solo Cup" for class and I've been singing it to myself almost every day.
This catchy piece of homage to "The Music Man":
Green Hill Zone music from Sonic the Hedgehog.
Some of the songs from A Goofy Movie, particularly "After Today", "On the Open Road", and "Nobody Else But You".
Now I have a song in my head that I first heard today, Foolish Little Girl.
carribian amphibian that kermit sings.
SO DANG CATCHY
The Blue Fairy's song from the Canadian animated special of The Velveteen Rabbit, it's gotten me kind of emotional right now, because it makes me think of Tommie, heh.
Is that the one with Christopher Plummer as the narrator?!
Yes! We watched it in school when I was in grade 4, maybe grade 5, I don't quite remember, but I watched it just the other evening on YouTube, and it rully got me rully weepy, again because it made me think of Tommie.
I also discovered Hanna-Barbera's version as well, which is still bittersweet and poignant, but with a somewhat happier ending that doesn't make the Velveteen Rabbit seem so selfish and ungrateful for being real (I haven't read the actual book, so I don't really know which of the two is more true to the story).
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