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So, I made a list of songs--I guess you could say they're my favorite songs. I don't know. But what I do know is that these are the songs that I find it physically difficult to skip. Like, if they come on, and I wanted to find a different song, I might reach for the button to skip past these songs--but I just can't push it. Something in me HAS to listen to them all the way through. Like, I'll regret it if I skip past it. Like, my soul needs that song on some level.  And for the record, yeah, I realize that this probably dates me--I think there's 4 songs from the last decade?  Yeesh.  I'm old.

Bernadette by The Four Tops

Jolene by Dolly Parton

Stones by Sonic Youth

Teenage Riot by Sonic Youth

Midlife Crisis by Faith No More

Pretend We're Dead by L7

Closing Time by Leonard Cohen

Howl by Florence + the Machine

Chorus by Erasure

Alison by Elvis Costello

Party Up by DMX (don't ask)

Windy by The Association

Wish by Nine Inch Nails

Debaser by The Pixies

Gigantic by The Pixies

Night in My Veins by The Pretenders

Common People by Pulp

Blank Generation by Richard Hell and the Voidoids

I Come from the Water by The Toadies

Maps by The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs

Precious Things by Tori Amos

Silent All These Years by Tori Amos

Crucify by Tori Amos

Respiration by Black Star

Rapidly being added to the list:

I Am Not a Robot and Numb by Marina and the Diamonds.

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