Saturday, August 13, 2005

Saturday Night Name that Song

You guys did much better last week, and this week there is a theme, since it makes things easier for me, and that's pretty much all I care about. Guess them all (and the theme) and you might win a prize.*

1. Can you love me again like you loved me before This time I want you to love me much more
2. Make sweet lovin' all night long Feels so right it can't be wrong
3. Rule number two: don't trust nobody especially a bitch, with a hooker's body
4. Chang chang changity chang shoo bop we'll always be like one
5. The clock's run out, time's up over, blouww!Snap back to reality, Oh there goes gravity
6. Please, Louise Pull me offa my knees
7. Well maybe I'm in love (love) Think about it every time I think about it Can't stop thinking 'bout it
8. As I walk through the valley of the shadow of deathI take a look at my life and realize there's not much left
9. I bid farewell to old Kentucky The place where I was born and raised. (The place where he was born and raised)
10. I want to put on my my my my my


* Of course, you might not.

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13 comments:

The Divine Miss Em said...

2 - Color Me Badd - I Wanna Sex You Up (I cannot BELIEVE I knew that)

4 - We go together like rama lama something something kadadadingdong - Grease

5 - Lose Yourself - Eminem

6 - Footloose

7 - Gangsta's Paradise - Coolio


is "from movies" the theme? And if so, what movie featured Color Me Badd?

John Howard said...

All correct, but I need the artist also.

Nice guess on the theme, I don't know if it's right or not, were all those from movies?

Chris Howard said...

Well, she took all the answers I knew. At least I can say Footloose is by Kenny Loggins, also known for such classic movie songs as Danger Zone and I'm Alright. The theme, I'm sure, is people who've never been in Cliff Clavin's kitchen.

Keri said...

10 is Boogie Shoes by KC and the Sunshine Band.

The Disgruntled Chemist said...

7 is Accidentally In Love by Counting Crows.
8 is Gangsta's Paradise by Coolio (miss em had it as 7, which really confused me for a second when you said she had it right).

I have no idea on the theme.

John Howard said...

Keri got 10, Chris correctly got the artist for Footloose, and Chemist got 7 and 8, sorry about the confusion on Coolio.

The Divine Miss Em said...

Sorry for the confusion as to 7/8 - I was never one for ordered lists - and Chris Howard's theme is great!

Mike Meitín said...

1. End of the Road - Boyz II Men (Boomerang)

2. I Wanna Sex You Up - Color Me Badd (New Jack City)

3. How to Survive in South Central - Ice Cube (this one's a guess: Boyz N'da Hood)

4. We go together, etc, etc. - cast from "Grease" (Grease)

5. Lose Yourself - Eminem (8 mile)

6. Footloose - Kenny Loggins (Footloose)

7. Accidentely in Love - Counting Crows (Shrek 2)

8. Gangsta's Paradise - Coolio (Dangerous Minds)

9. Man of Constant Sorrow - "Soggy Bottom Boys" (O Brother Where Art Thou)

10. Boogie Shoes - KC and the Sunshine Band (Saturday Night Fever)

Now
Wheres my fucking prize?

John Howard said...

* There is no prize.


All correct, however.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Miss Em. I suppose Cheers references date me. :)
So the theme was movie songs? It seems like you could find a movie for most any popular song. I think you should do musicals, since I know how you love them.

Chris Howard(my pocketpc won't let me put in an ID)

John Howard said...

Cheers references date you? That's pretty depressing.

Yes, the theme was movie songs. I'm not sure what you mean by finding a movie for any popular song. These songs were all on the soundtracks of the given movies.

Fuck musicals.

Anonymous said...

I realize that they were all on the soundtracks, I'm saying that it seems like you can find a large number of pop songs on the soundtrack of movies, even if they weren't written for the movie.

And such language.

Chris Howard

John Howard said...

Well, as far as I know, all those were written for the movies. That was the intent of the theme, anyway.

As for the language, my big brother was a bad influence on me growing up, so I take no responsibility for it.