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My Top 20 Most Played Songs
Member Name: cloudwood88
My Top 20 Most Played Songs
Date: 22/02/09, updated on 22/02/09 (190 review reads)
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Here's my Top 20 Played songs on iTunes - It seems a bit strange when I look back at them - their not my twenty faves - not quite sure how some of them got there!
1. I Don't Want To Get Over You - The Magnetic Fields
I can see how this would make it to number one - its the kind of song you can easily play over and over on repeat after a break up. But I haven't had a break up since I have this computer - Oh well it's up there anyway!
2. Fidelity - Regina Spektor
Great song - This got stuck as the only song I could get to on my ipod when I dropped it in a sink - so thats why its way up on the play count.
3. Anyone Else But You - The Moldy Peaches
Love the peaches ( I kissed Adam Green once - woohoo!), and loved Juno, played the soundtrack loads when I first got it.
4. Shangri-La - The Kinks
Love the Kinks - my fave band of all time
5. Potential Break Up Song - Aly & AJ
I don't have any other songs from these two - and only ever saw them on a sweet sixteen special - How did this mediocre song get here!
6. A Well Respected Man - The Kinks
Another top band + Juno Soundtrack combo.
7. Brooklyn We Go Hard - Jay Z
I've loved Santogold this year - and Jay Z is classic - a great tune - suits me for running and the gym.
8. F**k Me Pumps - Amy Winehouse
I love this for getting ready to go out and driving about - A great tune for singing along to with my girls.
9. Good Life - Tony Bennett
What can I say - Tony is a legend
10. Lover, You Should Have Come Over - Jeff Buckley
Better than Hallelujah - my favourite tune from Grace.
11. Champion - Kanye West
I love Kanye - But i'm not really sure how this one made it up here - I had to play it to remind me how it sounds.
12. Trouble - Ray LaMontagne
This is a lovely song - I love the tone of Ray's voice.
13. Have a Cuppa Tea - The Kinks
More Kinks, but none of their classic hits. This has made it up there while me and my housemate did a massive deep clean of our kitchen (with added bad dancing) with this on as motivation.
14. Passing Afternoon - Iron and Wine
I love Iron and Wine, and this has got to be one of their best - along with their great cover of such great heights.
15. Sunday Morning - The Velvet Underground
The title really sums up this song - it sounds like a morning in bed with a slight hangover - dreamy with a bit of a sinister undertone.
16. None Of Us Are Free - Solomon Burke
This is a great tune, and the lyrics are fantastic.
17. Midnight Train To Georgia - Gladys Knight
I love Gladys - fab song, timeless.
18. 9 to 5 - Dolly Parton
Who doesn't love dolly!
19. Teach Me Tiger - April Stevens
This is such a kitsch classic
20. The Dress Looks Nice On You - Sufjan Stevens
Again, not my favourite from the artist, but a good song from a great songwriter
Well I don't know whether I should post this on here - seems a bit cringy - but i've typed it out now! My top 50 is even more random - what can I say - there's no pinning me down!
Now lets hear everyone elses top 20.
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