Theme Song

This in the nature of a Stupid Quiz or a meme. But it’s a question I asked someone the other day and I thought it’d be good BlogFodder. What is you there song? Visualize yourself walking into a room. What’s playing in the movie? Are you Shaft (One Bad Mutha – Shut Yo Mouth!)? Are […]

This in the nature of a Stupid Quiz or a meme. But it’s a question I asked someone the other day and I thought it’d be good BlogFodder.

What is you there song?

Visualize yourself walking into a room. What’s playing in the movie? Are you Shaft (One Bad Mutha – Shut Yo Mouth!)? Are you Only a Girl? are you Too sexy for your pants?

You get one choice. Not for moods, one for your slinky sexy entrance, one for your dramatic entrance, one for your ‘nobody notice me now’ mood. I want the one; the one that you think tells your story or the one you want to tell you story.

Here’s mine:

Funkadelic, I Got A Thing, You Got A Thing, Everybody’s Got A Thing.

Lyrics here, mp3 yonder.

That’s the one. That’s the one I wanna hear when I walk into the room. That’s the one I wanna hear when I’m walkin down the street in my leather kilt and combat boots.

That’s me, baby.

So tell me – here or in your own blog – what’s your theme song? What rocks you into a room in the movie in your head?

And what’s mine? What movie rocks me into the room, in the movie in your head?

21 thoughts on “Theme Song”

  1. People are Strange, by the Doors.

    It was given to me in high school. The girls were trying to be cruel, but I owned it.

  2. In terms of a personal theme song, I’ll have to let someone else speak for me I think. But whenever I think of you, for some reason, I think of ZZTop.

    I have my reasons, and they’re less obvious than they seem.

  3. Jen, meet Whirly. You almost share a theme song. B^) DN, I knew you’d give it yer all.

    Buck? ZZ Top? Um. ok. I’m confused, yet oddly pleased.

  4. Finally though of one for you, and it was inspired by your recent dealings with the Disney elite guard:

    Demolition Man–either the Manfred Mann release or Sting’s redub for the Stallone movie.

    “You’re an Absolute Doom!
    When you walk into the room!”

  5. spck, dude, I love that. You’ll notice I swiped it for my header.

    But forget Sting, after The Police, he ceased to exist as an artist. The version from Ghost in teh Machine is the real deal.

  6. Temptation–the Tom Waits original or the Diana Krall cover. I’m kinda partial to the Diana Krall version. She’s got pipes…

    -Patrick

  7. I’ll take that, Kirsten!


    Dirty little acolyte
    Dirty little one
    Learn the fundamentals of desire
    Can I get a witness
    To my testament?
    Can I get an amen from the choir?

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