This meme comes from Daniel.
Take your iPod or alternative, cheap, unfashionable, non-Apple MP3
player or even your music collection on your computer.
Pick a song, maybe one you like at the moment, doesn't really matter which one.
Using the alphabetic list of songs in your iPod/player/computer, list
that song and the following nine in alphabetical order. What do you get?
If I Didn't Know Any Better, by Alison Krauss & Union Station, from the album Lonely Runs Both Ways. I love this song. Kelsey likes it, too.
If I Ever Lose My Faith in You, by Sting, from the cheap collection Very Best of Sting. Eric popped this one onto a disk of other songs he thought I might like. That was an eclectic disk.
If I Had a Hammer, by The Weavers, from another collection, Greatest Hits. I swiped this album from Jackie & Dorothy when I was in Santa Fe. I haven't actually played this song yet.
If It Makes You Happy, by Cheryl Crow, from the album Cheryl Crow. Good song. I wish it popped up more often.
If You Were Gay, original cast, from the album Avenue Q. I love this album. I love this show.
Iko Iko, by Od Tapo Imi, from the album Panstyle. Od Tapo Imi are a steel drum band from Madison. For a time, they were my favorite Madison band. Eric's friend Dave Gochberg played on some of their songs. Dave died suddenly last year. Those heart attacks are nasty. Makes me want to go running. Well, makes me think of running, anyway.
Illegal Alien, by Genesis, from the album Genesis. Weird song, but it's got a good beat and you can dance to it.
In And Out of Love, by Bon Jovi, from the album Cross Road. Gotta say, this isn't one of my favorites. But Kelsey is a big Bon Jovi fan.
In Heaven There Is No Beer, by Clean Living, from the album Dr. Demento's 25th Anniversary Collection. This one usually gets skipped over, too.
In The Dark, by Vika and Linda, from the Live and Acoustic album. I like Vika and Linda in small doses. I'm usually not much for live stuff, but their Grandpa's Song live is exceptional.
How about your random 10?