Soundtrack Life

So here’s how it works:

– Open your music library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, etc).
– Put it on shuffle (I’m assuming they mean shuffle with every song).
– Press play.
– For every question, put the song that’s playing.
– When you go to a new question, skip to the next song.
– Ready? GO!


Opening Credits: “Crazy” by MercyMe

Waking Up: “I Want to Be Where You Are” by Don Moen

Falling In Love: “Rest on the Rock” by the Isaacs

Fight Scene: “Big Country” by Adam Steffey

Breaking Up: “The Noise We Make” by Chris Tomlin

Make-up: “Holy Lamb” by the Steve Pettit Evangelistic Team

Secret Love: “Pretty Red Wing” by the Bluegrass Cardinals

Life’s Okay: “Word of God Speak” by MercyMe

Mental Breakdown: “Take Up Your Cross” by Ray Boltz

Driving: “He Called Me Out” by Greater Vision with Rex Nelon

Flashbacks: “God Is Watching Over Me” by Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver

Happy Dance: “Lose Again” by Alison Krauss & Union Station

Regretting: “All Because” by Tree63

Long Night Alone: “Hold Whatcha Got” by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band with Jimmy Martin

Final Battle: “How Mountain Girls Can Love” by Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder

Death Scene: “I’ll Wear a White Robe” by Tim Surrett

Final Ending: “Four Dead Guys Waltz” by Chris Thile

End Credits: “Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus” by the Steve Pettit Evangelistic Team

Some of those actually make sense. Makes for an odd sount track, that’s for sure!

(from Broken Halo)

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