Thursday, July 5, 2007

Are You on Medication

Oh.

And because I am a techno geek of whom has not the time to blog today and being one that practices the vein of embarrassing the hell out of myself by not minding the shame, I'll leave my 6 readers with the 25-top most played songs on my iPod Nano (try to remember I use this at the gym - motivation is the key word here, people. Motivation). Besides, it is well known that I like to revel in my own shamefacedness (if that's even a word), so I thought I'd put this out there on the world-wide cyber space for all to enjoy a laugh or two at my very own expense.

Here goes nothing:



25. Pride In the Name of Love - U2
24. Gone - U2
23. Why Should I Cry For You - Sting
22. When Love Comes to Town - U2
21. If You Wear That Velvet Dress - U2
20. Do You Feel Loved - U2
19. Dreams - The Cranberries
18. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For - U2
17. Do Somethin' - Britney Spears
16. I Will Follow - U2
15. Where the Streets Have No Name - U2
14. Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2
13. You Still Touch Me - Sting
12. Holler If ya Hear Me - Tupac
11. Discotheque - U2
10. Yeah! - Usher
9. Afraid - Nelly Furtado
8. If - Janet Jackson
7. Toxic - Britney Spears
6. Mofo - U2
5. Shake That - Eminem
4. Stronger - Britney Spears
3. I'm a Slave 4 U - Britney Spears
2. SexyBack - Justin Timberlake
1. In Da Club - 50 Cent



Et tu, Brute?

3 comments:

Alli said...

Maybe this summer I will start using my iPod. ;p

I am sllllooooowwwlllly becoming a techfish.... very slowly....and sometimes kicking and screaming as a part of me doesn't want to...

;)

As soon as I gather a list of songs, I'll post 'm.

Ian said...

I don't auto sync my ipod, so I don't know the most played songs, but I suspect it's scary enough that I'd never post it, no way, no how.

Godiva Jen said...

Well, it automatically keeps track of the 25 most played songs, doesn't it? I mean, I just happened across the list myself. I found it under iPod, Music & then finally Playlists.

I love my iPod! It's the best thing invented for the gym! I remember several times crashing my CD Sport Player to the ground on more than one occasion while on a cardio machine. Aside from usually breaking it, the humiliation from the entire gym kinda did not rock my world, b/c the noise of the crash sent the population of "stares" my way to see what's up. Not cool, Jen. Not cool.