I stole this from IamHewolf, who said: Creatively Borrowed from ::huck-finn-forever::
.::. RULES .::.
(1) Get out / open your music player (iPod, MP3 Player, etc.) / music library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player etc.).
(2) Put it on shuffle.
(3) Press forward / the next button for each theme.
(4) Use the song title as the answer to each theme, even if it doesn't make sense.
(5) Bold the theme (Opening Credits, Waking Up, etc.), italicize the answers, and give your own comments in the parenthesis on how it relates to the prompt.
(6) Make the Movie Title your Journal Title
(7) DON'T SKIP SONGS OR LIE!
.::. Opening Credits .::.
Ordinary Day - Vanessa Carlton
(Hmm, I like that, actually)
.::. Your Theme .::.
Second Grendel Attack - Alan Silvestri (from the Beowulf soundtrack)
(Oh, come ON, REALLY?!?! *cries*)
.::. Waking Up .::.
Beautiful Girl - Broken Iris
(Ok, scarily perfect...)
.::. School .::.
The Leave Taking - Howard Shore (from Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers)
(This is getting kinda spooky)
.::. Home .::.
The Death of Queen Jane - Loreena McKennitt
(Ok, not anymore)
.::. Moving Away .::.
The Lioness Hunt - The Lion King Original Broadway Cast Soundtrack
.::. Falling In Love .::.
Hope and Memory - Howard Shore (from Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King)
(Title is spot-on)
.::. Boyfriend / Girlfriend's Theme .::.
The Sword & One Seeker - Joseph LoDuca (from the Legend of the Seeker soundtrack)
(Anyone who knows me will understand why this is hilarious)
.::. First Kiss .::.
Forth Eorlings - Howard Shore (from Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers)
(I've always thought this was a particularly powerful piece of music, as well as a powerful moment in the film)
.::. Hanging With Friends .::.
The Only Exception - Paramore
(Well, I really do treasure my friends)
.::. Best Friend's Theme .::.
Doctor Who - Madame de Pompadour - Doctor Who Soundtrack
(Ok, now I'm just terrified of the implications)
.::. Fight With Parents .::.
Wandering Boy - Tom Chapin
(Not a bad song, but...no. Just no.)
.::. By Yourself at Home .::.
Ailein Dunn (Dark Alan) - Capercaillie
(This is the creepiest song I haven't listened to all of yet)
.::. Break Up .::.
A Sentimental Man - WICKED
.::. Depression .::.
The Holly and the Ivy - Celtic Christmas
(My iTunes is mocking me by throwing me this random shit, I'm convinced)
.::. Drunk .::.
Semi-Charmed Life - Third Eye Blind
(My iTunes must have read that last statement somehow, 'cause this is kinda perfect)
.::. Driving .::. (after drinking?)
O Come, O Come Immanuel/The Night in Bethlehem - Celtic Christmas
(I hope I'm not THAT bad of a driver, though maybe after drinking...)
.::. Coming Down (Hangover) .::.
Narcolepsy - Third Eye Blind
.::. Regret .::.
Fantasies Come True - Avenue Q
(Ok, now I KNOW I'm being mocked...)
.::. New Love .::.
The Dream Within - Lara Fabian
(...or not? I give up, man.)
.::. Prom .::.
Snow - Loreena McKennitt
(I didn't even HAVE a prom)
.::. Prom Speech .::.
Too Much of Heaven - Eiffel 65
(So incorrect I don't know whether to laugh or cry)
.::. Graduation .::.
The Dementors Converge - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
(Oh God, so true)
.::. Graduation Speech .::.
Snow White Queen - Evanescence
(Maybe just a little?)
.::. College .::.
Don't Let Go (Of That Dream) - Stacey Fitzpatrick
.::. Marriage .::.
The Council of Elrond - Howard Shore (from Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring)
.::. Going To War .::.
Circle of Life - Elton John (from The Lion King soundtrack)
(Oh, irony of ironies. I was hoping to get "This Is War" by 30 Seconds to Mars)
.::. Night Before Battle .::.
Taking Over Me - Evanescence
(Well, if what usually happens on nights before battle is anything to go by...)
.::. Last Fight .::.
The Funhouse - Chris Vrenna (from the American McGee's ALICE soundtrack)
(One of the creepiest pieces of music in the whole game. Still makes me shiver.)
.::. Last Fight Result .::.
Bold Fenian Men - Irish Trad
.::. Reuniting With Old Friends .::.
Thank Goodness - WICKED
.::. Final Words .::.
Jam for the Ladies (Jason Nevins Remix) - Moby (from the Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life soundtrack)
.::. Funeral .::.
The White Rider - Howard Shore (from Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers)
(That kinda fits in a lot of ways)
.::. Aftermath .::.
All Through the Night - Peter, Paul & Mary
(So...long wake, then?)
.::. Ending Credits .::.
For Lovin' Me - Peter, Paul & Mary
Independence Day - Martina McBride
(*dies laughing* Ok, now I know my iTunes is sentient without a shadow of a doubt)