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Sunday Stealing: Music Music Music

The lovely and talented Bev Sykes has taken over running Sunday Stealing. I am late in congratulating her and wishing her lots of success, so I am hereby doing this week's edition, which has a music theme! I've also provided links so you can hear my choices, if that blows your skirt up.

Here we go!

1: A song you like with a color in the title: Paint It Black by the Rolling Stones
2: A song you like with a number in the title: Seven Little Indians by John Hiatt
3: A song that reminds you of summertime: Summer in the City by the Lovin' Spoonful
4: A song that needs to be played LOUD: Sledgehammer by Peter Gabriel
5: A song that makes you want to dance: Dancin' in the Street by Martha and the Vandellas
6: A song to drive to: The entire Blue Man Group soundtrack, here's Drumbone
7: A song about drugs or alcohol: Casey Jones by the Grateful Dead
8: A song that makes you happy: Fat Man in the Bathtub by Little Feat
9: A song that makes you sad: The Dutchman by Steve Goodman
10: A song that you never get tired of: Willin' by Little Feat
11: A song from your preteen years: Hello Mudda, Hello Fadda by Allen Sherman
12: One of your favorite 80’s songs: Higher Love by Steve Winwood
13: One of your favorite classical songs: The Way You Look Tonight, as sung by Fred Astaire (I'm not sure if this meets the criteria of "Classical," but I'm rolling with it)
14: A song that you would sing a duet with someone on karaoke: Love Shack by the B52s
15: A song from the year that you were born: Cry by Johnny Ray
16: A song that makes you think about life: Nick of Time by Bonnie Raitt
17: A song that you think everybody should listen to: For What It's Worth by Buffalo Springfield
18: A song by a band you wish were still together: A Hard Day's Night by the Beatles
19: A song by an artist no longer living: Voodoo Child by Jimi Hendrix
20: A song that breaks your heart: Patchwork Quilt by Sweet Honey in the Rock
21: A song by an artist with a voice that you love: Tell It Like It Is by Aaron Neville