kidlily (kidlily) wrote in life_soundtrack,

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my soundtrack

I just joined, but I think this is a brilliant idea. I just had to do it! Thanks so much for letting me participate. My soundtrack is behind the cutaway.

1. Precious Things – Tori Amos
(Atlantic Records, 1992)
He said you're really an ugly girl / But I like the way you play and I died / But I thanked him / Can you believe that sick sick / holding on to his picture / Dressing up every day / I wanna smash the faces / Of those beautiful BOYS / Those Christian boys / So you can make me cum that doesn't make you JESUS / These precious things / Let them bleed / Let them wash away / These precious things / Let them break their hold over me

2. Blue Jeans – Blur
(Capitol Records, 1993)
Air cushioned soles/ I bought them on the Portabello Road on a Saturday / I stop and stare awhile / A common pastime when conversation goes astray / Blue, blue jeans / I wear them every day / there’s no particular reason to change / My thoughts are getting banal / I can’t help it but I won’t pull out hair another day

3. They Stood Up for Love – Live
(MCA Records, 1999)
We spend all of our lives goin' out of our minds / looking back to our birth, forward to our demise / even scientists say, everything is just light / not created, destroyed but eternally bright / masters in every time lord in every place / those who stood up for love down in spite of the hate / in spite of the hate

4. Normal Town – Better Than Ezra
(Elektra Records, 1996)
Hey! Wouldn't it be great to never worry about your future never asking why? / Hey! Hey? In a subdivision watching television and our lives go by

5. Palo Alto – Radiohead
(EMI International, 1999)
In the city of the future / It is difficult to concentrate / Meet the boss, meet the wife / Everybody's happy / Everyone is made for life / But I'm okay, how are you? / Thanks for asking, thanks for asking / But I'm okay, how are you? / I hope you're okay too

6. The 2 of Us – Suede
(Sony, 1994)
The snow might fall and write the lines on the silent page / But you're outside making permanent love to the nuclear age

7. Heart Without a Home – Nick Carter
(Jive Records, 2002)
But that smile you're wearing / It's a beautiful disguise / It's just something you put on to hide the emptiness inside / And you seem so lonely / But you don't have to anymore

8. Stronger – Britney Spears
(Jive Records, 2000)
But now I’m stronger than yesterday / Now it’s nothing but my way / My loneliness ain’t killing me no more / I’m stronger than I ever thought that I could be, baby / I used to go with the flow / Didn’t really care ‘bout me / You might think that I can’t take it, but you’re wrong

9. Somewhere I Belong – Linkin Park
(Warner Bros., 2003)
I will never know myself until I do this on my own / And I will never feel anything else, until my wounds are healed / I will never be anything till I break away from me / I will break away, I'll find myself today

10. The Masterplan – Oasis
(Sony, 1998)
I'm not saying right is wrong / It's up to us to make / The best of all things that come our way / And all the things that came have past / The answer's in the looking glass / There's four and twenty million doors / Down life's endless corridor

11. Happy – Travis
(Sony, 1997)
And I'm so happy 'cause you're so happy / I'm so happy 'cause you're so happy / I'm so happy 'cause you're so happy / And I'm so happy 'cause you're so happy

12. East Coast / West Coast Killas – Dr. Dre
(Interscope, 1996)
Welcome to the New World Order / You are now under martial law / All constitutional rights have been suspended

13. The Beautiful Ones – Prince
(Warner Bros., 1990)
Paint a perfect picture / Bring to life a vision in one's mind / The beautiful ones / Always smash the picture / Always every time

14. Possession – Sarah McLachlan
(Arista, 1994)
Through this world I've stumbled / so many times betrayed / trying to find an honest word to find / the truth enslaved / oh you speak to me in riddles / and you speak to me in rhymes / my body aches to breathe your breath / your words keep me alive

15. Slept So Long – Jay Gordon
(Warner Bros., 2002)
Walking / waiting / alone without a care / hoping and hating / with things I can't bare / did you think it's cool to walk right up to so save my life / and fuck it up / well did you / well did you / I see hell in your eyes

16. #1 Crush – Garbage
(Capitol, 1996)
I will lie for you / I can steal for you / I will crawl on hands and knees until you see / You're just like me / Violate all my love that I'm missing / Throw away all the pain that I'm living / You will believe in me / And I can never be ignored

17. Windmills – Toad the Wet Sprocket
(Sony, 1994)
There’s something that you won’t show / Waiting where the light goes / And anyway the wind blows / It’s all worth waiting for / Anyway the wind blows

18. Speed – Atari Teenage Riot
(Grand Royal, 1997)
Tomorrow, tomorrow always tomorrow... / There is no future in the western dreamin’! / We feel it, we must beat ’em ! / It’s too late to create a new world! / Alternative living it must be given a chance / Water is the problem’s solution! / No solution if you can’t use it!

19. If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next – Manic Street Preachers
(Virgin, 1999)
The future teaches you to be alone / The present to be afraid and cold / So if I can shoot rabbits / Then I can shoot fascists / Bullets for your brain today / But we'll forget it all again / Monuments put from pen to paper / Turns me into a gutless wonder

20. Let It Be – The Beatles
(Capitol, 1970)
And when the broken hearted people / Living in the world agree / There will be an answer, let it be / For though they may be parted / There is still a chance that they will see / There will be an answer, let it be / Let it be, let it be / Whisper words of wisdom, let it be

21. Normal Town (Remix from An American Werewolf in Paris Soundtrack) – Better Than Ezra
(Hollywood Records, 1997)

I would like to thank:

Musicians. All of them. Even the ones whose music I haven't heard yet, and even the ones whose music I don't care for. They weren't lying when they said music makes the world go 'round.

Friends. Annie, Tay, Marley, Mel & Spaak. Because they share my music obsession -- and that is a good thing.

Faceless Wonders. The Internet is a funny place. But I'm glad I've met all of you who fill my online days with joy!

File Sharing Programs. Because the RIAA is full of money hungry, greedy businesmen who don't give a shit about music and musicians.

Music Lovers in General. I dedicate this soundtrack to you, and will glady make you a copy if you'd like if I ever figure out what happened to the CD creator program that was on my computer. *scratches head*

I hope I did it right. :\
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yay for Kid. That is an awesome cd. Nice songs
Thanks! It was much fun, but I have ideas for like a million more. *too many ideas is a curse*
then make em!
I love your cover...and I've never really listened to Manic Street Preachers,but the "children" is so haunting...I'mma go d/l it now. lmao. Great tracks, mate!
Thanks so much! Annie actually took the picture in the cover when we were in New Orleans. It's of the Dale Chihuly sculpture in the lobby of the Renaissance Arts Hotel. And I loved it so much that I just had to use it. I just manipulated it all to make it look cool. I'm a dork like that. :\

MSP are fantastic! I hope you like the song. :)