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Favorite Songs

(I copied this from my friend Pastor Leanne Weber’s blog who copied it from our mutual friend Pastor Tara Sloan's blog - enjoy!)

Favorite Song From Childhood: I think I love you by David Cassidy

Favorite High School Dance Song: 1999 - Prince

Senior Class Song: I can’t remember anymore but I think it was something by Journey, I would have to look it up in my yearbook again.

Song That Makes You Think of College: Whole Unguarded album - Amy Grant

Favorite Rock & Roll Song: Start me up – Rolling Stones

Favorite Disco Song: Stayin Alive – Bee Gees

Favorite Country Song: Man, I Feel Like a Woman – Shania Twain

Favorite Pop Song: So Happy Together - Beatles

Favorite All Time Love Song: Because You Loved Me – Celine Dion

Favorite Break Up Song: I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor

Favorite Slow Dance Song: The Way You Look Tonight - Sinatra

Song That Always Makes You Cry: Fly Away with You

Songs About Your Kid/s: Fly Away With You

Song That Reminds You Of Your Husband: Still the One - Orleans

Favorite Christmas Song: O Little Town of Bethlehem

Favorite Gospel/Praise Song: Kirk Franklin’s “Why We Sing”

Favorite Ringtone on Cellphone: Theme from Wonder Woman – that’s the ringtone on my husband’s cell when I call him.

Comments

Unknown said…
Man I feel like a woman is my favorite country song too. I have also seen shania twain twice in concert. She's awsome. love you, Susan.

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