questionswhat is your favorite song and what does it…

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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.

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

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@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....

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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.

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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 last.fm. 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

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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.

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

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

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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

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

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