11.9.05

One more request for your solid fucking gold input

I apologize for the lack of meat at this here blog of late. Veggies are good for you, too. At any damn rate, I need suggestions. Small Shiny Things is going through some growing pains. I guess not pain yet, but I do anticipate some. We're gonna get all plugged in for shits and giggles. The idea is to be able to do that, too. What I want is anyone's ideas on what songs you would like to hear a band play. NO SISTER CHRISTIAN. Any other (sincere or at least funny) ideas will be thoughtfully considered before being summarily rejected.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Iron Maiden!
"somewhere in Time"

Anonymous said...

clarence carter - strokin'

Kevin said...

who let all the assholes in?

Jen said...

old 97's "valentine"

Kevin said...

Now, there's a good suggestion

Anonymous said...

"I think we're alone now" - Tiffany
"Lost in your eyes" - Debbie Gibson

Arethusa said...

You gotta do Tennese's Waltz!

Or how about...Morning Song For Sally? Are You Tired of Me My Darlin'? I have to stop with the old country tunes...

How Does that Grab you Darlin'! Nany Sinatra. That would be a hoot. Or do The Way Young Lovers Do by Van Morrison on your ukelele (sp?).

Ok so I'm not very good at this.

Anonymous said...

How about "Love Will Keep Us Together" by The Captain and Tennille.

Anonymous said...

i think you're all crazy

Anonymous said...

wicked game?

i'm trying to be a tiny tiny bit serious but serious is sooo hard for me...

Kevin said...

no I don't wanna fall in love.

Anonymous said...

Here is a serious suggestion. "Bittersweet" by Big Head Todd and the Monsters.

Anonymous said...

tangled up in blue?

Mary said...

Oh, man, I love 'Bittersweet'! It's my favorite BHT&M song.

I say anything classic Van Morrison. I'd love to hear you do Into The Mystic even though I know it's an oft-covered song. Crazy Love would be a sweet little dreamy number, too.