questionswhat is your favorite song and what does it…


I'm so bad at picking favorite things, and music is one of those things that change on a month to month basis for me. Right now I'm really enjoying Florence + the Machine and the new Fun. Albums.


November Rain by Guns N Roses. It reminds me of high school road trips. Good times.


@rprebel: That song reminds me of the time I got married in this little church and my best man Slash left the church to preform this awesome guitar solo! Wait maybe that was the video for november rain....


Bohemiam Rhapsody
A Day in the Life
Jesus of Suburbia

You can tell there's a commonality between my 3 favorite songs. I'm not sure if they necessarily remind me of anything, except the periods of my life that I was first introduced to these songs.


Jeeze I don't know how I could ever pick a favorite song of all time. Ugly Casanova – Hotcha Girls is my true #1 track on I don't think it's my favorite song ever, but it's definitely one of my favorites.

It's a good reminder that one day I'll grow old, slowly get forgotten by the people who love you. Maybe I'll feel like I don't belong in the world because it's changed so much and none of that really matters because life is still beautiful anyways. I really wanna get a Hotcha Girls tattoo sometime soon, but I'm torn between which one of two designs I want on my body for the rest of my life. Anyways I love the song because it's so grim but the music is so soothing and relaxing. It's got a little hint of optimism to it. There's a little bit of hope that reminds you that all these terrible things, maybe they aren't so terrible.

Also, my god, all those subtle layers


Walk on By - Isaac Hayes. Oddly, it's not sad, but reminds me of good times long ago.

Love & Happiness - Al Green Because it's beautiful & so true.

Rachmaninoff's Concerto No. 2 in C Minor by Arthur Rubenstein - Pure unadulturated bliss.


Voodoo Child (Slight Return) by Jimi Hendrix, because it reminds me that good music once did exist in this world.


@danthonyross: Oh, yes...Jimi! Are you experienced?


It seems I have songs I associate with people I've lost. Wouldn't say favorite songs, but ones that are special to me.

Last Kiss -- J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers
Weekend in New England -- Barry Manilow
Dance with My Father -- Luther Vandross
Angel -- Sarah McLachlan


Easy: This Land is Your Land.
We SHALL overcome.


Happy birthday. It always makes me think of cake. Chocolate, hopefully.