Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Songs That Got In My Head At Work

I just got word that the old MOG.com site is being mothballed. I have some music posts there that I'd like to save, so, lucky reader - here's new old content for you! This was originally posted 9/22/06.


Stocking stuff at SuperBullseyeMadeInChinaLand, your mind tends to wander. When you're a music nut like I am, it wanders toward music. Some of these songs recur because of products that I stock, some are totally random. So, now that I have a Blackberry, I type down the songs as they pop in. I don't get them all, but it's kind of fun to see what I've been singing to myself.

Depeche Mode - "Love in itself"
Elvin Bishop - "Fooled around and fell in love"
Fall Out Boy - "Of All The Gin Joints In All The World"
Elton John - "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"
Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince - "Parents Just Don't Understand" (See, there's this Yoplait "yogurt" product called Whips. They're a total rip-off, they're fluffed up and flavored but since they're fluffed, you don't get much. But that's not the important thing here. When I'm stocking them, I keep singing "I asked her for adidas and she bought me whips!" Instead of Zips. Get it? It bugs me, but I always sing it.)
Neil Sedaka - "Calendar Girl"
Cookie Monster - "C is for Cookie"
Sweet - "Teenage Rampage" and "Blockbuster"
Arlo Guthrie - "City of New Orleans"
The Blue Hearts - "Paper Balloon Bomb"
Digital Underground - "Humpty Dance"
Gary Numan - "Down in the Park"
Pink Panther theme
Michael Jackson - "Bad"
Steve Forbert - "Romeo's Tune" ("Meet me in the middle of the day/lemme hear you say everything's ok...")
Jay Z - "Dirt Off Your Shoulder"

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