It’s called a “MeMe” because they are all about me!

Create the Soundtrack of your life:
1. Open your iTunes library and set it to Shuffle.
2. Press play
3. Write the title of the song playing next to the first question (that song is your “Opening Credits”)
4. Every time you go to a new question hit the next button TWICE
5. Don’t lie and try to pretend you’re cool. Feel embarrassed like us all.

Opening Credits
“Can You Feel The Love Tonight?” by Joseph Williams & Sally Dworsky from The Lion King

Waking Up
“Retarded In Love” by Say Anything from In Defense of the Genre

First Day at School
The Happy Days Theme song!!! hahaha

Falling In Love
“The Hero” by Ministry of Magic from The Triwizard LP

Losing Virginity
“Prince Ali (Soundtrack Version)” by Robin Williams from Aladdin

Fight Song
“I’m Sticking With You” by The Velvet Underground from Juno

Breaking Up
“Once an Austrian…” from the Wee-Sing in Sillyville movie…

“Blister in the Sun” by Violent Femmes from Add It Up

Mental Breakdown
“Abraham Lincoln’s Head” by Lemon Demon from Lemon Demon
(This song is SO perfect for this one! It’s about a guy talking to his shrink that he’s dreaming about being the bullet that kills old Ab)

“Don’t Let Me Die Still Wondering” by Flogging Molly from Within A Mile Of Home

“Let Me Be Your Wings” from Thumbelina

Getting Back Together
“Friend Like Me (Soundtrack Version” by Robin Williams from Aladdin

“Personal Information Waltz” by Demetri Martin from These Are Jokes
(“…i don’t own a poncho, but if someone asks me if I own a poncho I dont say no. I say not right now. because I have a blanket and some scissors and any minute I’m two minutes from a poncho or 11 scarves. Depending on how I cut it…”)

Birth of Child
“No Good Deed” from Wicked
(This one confuses me! )

Final Battle
“Doctor Who Opening Credits” by The BBC National Orchestra of Wales & Ben Foster

Death Scene
“Tennessee River Run” by Darryl Worley from Have You Forgotten?
(It’s about having fun after everything’s done?)

Funeral Song
“The Prince is Giving a Ball!” From Roger & Hammerstein’s Cinderella
(How rude!)

End Credits
“A Rumor In St. Petersburg” from Anastasia
From an album called The Execution of All Things, a hopeful track after songs about devastation and widespread geoharm.

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