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What could be the theme tune of your life (see details)?

Asked by ucme (46216points) April 4th, 2014

Just a bit of fun, why 14th birthday? I dunno, I just found the thing, now get on with it =o}

Don’t Stand So Close To Me by The Police UK chart
Another One Bites The Dust by Queen US chart

^^ They were mine, good songs at least.

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KNOWITALL's avatar

A little less conversation-Elvis (I like to dance, what can I say)

janbb's avatar

“Truckin’” by the Grateful Dead

“What a long strange trip it’s been.”

anniereborn's avatar

yuck….US chart
Ebony and Ivory by Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney. booooooring.

oh….UK chart…much better
Goody Two Shoes by Adam Ant (love him)

ucme's avatar

@anniereborn “You don’t drink, don’t smoke, what do you do?”

Blondesjon's avatar

I Know Him So Well – Elaine Paige and Barbara Dickson (UK)

Isn’t it madness he can’t be mine?

Careless Whisper – Wham (US)

Guilty feet have got no rhythm.

ucme's avatar

Little did we know at the time, but George was thinking of Elton John when singing Whisper…
“We coulda bin so good together, we coulda made this night last forever”

Blondesjon's avatar

Don’t make me bust out the sax solo.

ucme's avatar

Do it big boy…do it!

ucme's avatar

That sounded scarily like Chris Walken in Things to do in Denver…

anniereborn's avatar

@ucme wouldn’t you like to know

talljasperman's avatar

Double back again. From back to the future.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

Anything with Freddy singing, or a May or a Schenker or a Young playing guitar.

Coloma's avatar

How much is that goosie in the window
The one with the feathery tail
How much is that goosie in the windooow
I do hope that goosies for sale!

Coloma's avatar

@Cruiser Haha…good tune, followed by ” Ain’t dead yet.” ;-p

hearkat's avatar

Call Me by Blondie – was #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US on my 14th birthday.

ibstubro's avatar

LaBelle Lady Marmalade (Voulez-Vous Coucher Avec Moi) – US
Some crap I never heard of from the Bay City rollers – UK

zenvelo's avatar

According to the game, Get Back

Until I got sober, Scotch and Soda

How I have felt about the four or five significant women I have known, I’ve Just Seen a Face

Brian1946's avatar

0th birthday- I’m too old for the finder! ;-0 <fake surprise

UK. Elvis Presley- It’s Now or Never. Now I know the reason for the British invasion 3 years later- they wanted revenge!

US. Elvis Presley With The Jordanaires- Are You Lonesome To-Night?

Oh no- Elvis again! It’s like I was born under a bad sign! ;-o

ucme's avatar

Amazingly, some of you went your own way & ignored the game in the link, interesting…or maybe not so much.
To those who did play along, well played & thanks.

GracieT's avatar

In the US it was Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It by Will Smith. I like him, but dislike that song, and now I can’t get it out of my head! In the UK it will only show me 14–4-98! So I very much doubt anything was #1 in the UK then!
(At least I wasn’t born at the end of February. That song was And My Heart Will Go On by Celine Dion. To me that’s as bad as finger nails down a chalkboard!)

GracieT's avatar

update: Now it’s saying that on 3/31/70 in the US it was Footloose. I don’t know how I got the other two songs incorrect! For 2–25-98 it was Jump by Van Halen. I actually like both of those songs- good memories attached to both! (I think I finally realized that I used the order that we in the US use for dates and it is not the same way in the UK!)

Berserker's avatar

Mine is the theme song for Dawn of the Dead.

When I was a teen, I decided that if my life had a theme song, that would be it. 15 years later, I stand by that. I could go into details as to why, but I like zombies, and this song comes from one of my favorite zombie movies ever, so I can just leave it as that.

And it lasts like six minutes long. It just doesn’t end…droning on and on…like a zombie, and most of my posts on here. XD

and dun tell me I failed, I was like 14 or something back then lawlz

Mimishu1995's avatar

@Symbeline At least your song isn’t as tragic as mine :)

Inspired_2write's avatar

Lean on Me by Bill Withers.
( in my life I have helped many through rough times and listened to many problems, all that can be resolved with time and understanding).

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