Thursday, September 16, 2010

My Musical ABCs - G!

Good golly! Our last installment of Musical ABCs was such a grand & gorgeous go-getting adventure that I am sure you're all going Lady gaga a googleplex number of timez in anticipation for the nexxxt gratifyingly ganderific entry! Let's get ourz groooooovez on gallivanting for our favo songz dat begin wiff Mr. G


"Glitter in the Air" by P!nk


"Have you ever wished for an endless night, to lasso the moon and the stars and pull that rope tight?"


What can I say that I haven't already said before? As my favorite singer of all time, there is very little P!nk could do (not including one specific monotonous dance anthem that doesn't show of her talent & the one specific corny-to-the-point-of-physical-pain woeful ballad) to make me feel anything but a blinding adoration, rezzzpect & love for her.


Therefor it should come as no surprise to all you faithfully derrriciouz bloggy peepz that P!nk would nab one of mah Musical ABCs. If we back track two letterz ago to E, you'll remember that I went through a difficult relationshit and breakup that left me cold & ashamed, lying nakerz on da floor.


Well, before the break-up and back when I still plump wiff delusionz and I thought that mi ex-novio y yo could sort out our infinite problemz, I would play P!nk's "Glitter In the Air" on repeat. As the closing track to the brilliant Grammy-nominated (AND ROBBED) album Funhouse, the song poses a bunch of pensive and nostalgic preguntaz to the listener. And anyone that is a hypersensitive puffball of emotional nervez will know that dis herre is one of the best songs to listen to on repeat and cry to!


The bridge of the song is one of the main reasonz I started drinking coffee...just so I too could sit in my garden and watch my sexxxy & tattooed hubby walk towards me, clutching it, caaaaalliiiiing meeeeee "Sugaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar"! Sigh...a weepy crybaby douchenozzle a boy can dream, can't he?

Now enjoy the outstanding Alecia Beth Moore's flawlessly brillz live Grammy performance (no, she did not lipsynch. Spare me having to set you on fire and don't even bother saying she did):



runners-up:
"The Great Gig In the Sky" by Pink Floyd
"Girl From the Gutter" by Kina
"Ghost of a Good Thing" by Dashboard Confessional

"Gotta Tell You" by Samantha Mumba


19 comments:

TheJJMG said...

Pooh! I never did A, C, D, E, or F!

john said...

Pink has a great voice and her body is pretty amazing. I was impressed by that performance.

Some Favorite Gs:
Girlfriend by Matthew Sweet
Give Me Back My Man bu the B-52's
Glorylight and Christine by Cotton Jones
Good Intentions Paving Company bu Joanna Newsome
Golden Mean by Tanya Donelly

Polt said...

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper
Give It Away, by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Gangsta Trippin, by Fatboy Slim
Goobye Yellow Brick Road, Elton John
Gimme Hell, by The Jesus And Mary Chain
Gloria, by Laura Branagan
Go Your Own Way, by Fleetwood Mac
Godzilla, by Blue Oyster Cult
Gypsy, by Fleetwood Mac

Just a few off the top of my head!

HUGS...

Melody, Destroyer of Dreams said...

Girls-Beastie Boys
Garden-Pearl Jam
Get Born Again-Alice In Chains
Get Him Back-Fiona Apple
Girl-The Beatles


Back with more later!!

Tam said...

Argghh. Stupid technology.

Of course Pink is amazing, The Pink Floyd one didn't really work for me. The other two I enjoyed.

Okay, my list.

G-Get Up and Dance by Faber Drive (Cdn)
Girl Next Door by Saving Jane
Gone Away by Social Code (Cdn)
Gone Forever by Three Days Grace (Cdn)
The Good Life by Ten Second Epic (Cdn)
The Great Escape by Boys Like Girls
Goodbye by Saving Abel
Greatest Day by Bowling for Soup
Goodbye You Suck by Shiloh (Cdn)
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1AXZt3TWzg>Generation</a> by Simple Plan (Cdn)

Those are just some of the ones on my ipod. I'm such a Canadian music pimp. No clue how I even know half of these bands exist. They're not exactly on the radio.

hoteltuesday said...

Winner:
"Ghosts In The Attic" by Leona Naess

Runners-up:
"Gimme More" by Britney Spears
"Girl From The Gutter" by Kina
"Gypsy" by Fleetwood Mac
"Gotta Have You" by the Weepies

Others:
"Goodbye To You" by Michelle Branch
"Goodnight and Go" by Imogen Heap
"Get Mine, Get Yours" by Xtina
"Get To You" by James Morrison
"Ghost Man on Third" by Taking Back Sunday
"Glittering Cloud" by Imogen Heap

anne marie in philly said...

(waves hello to josherz mom!)

let's see how we both do with this G thang!

good riddance - green day
go now - moody blues
get back - beatles
gypsies, tramps, and thieves - cher
gypsy woman - brian hyland
get into the groove - madonna
groove is in the heart - dee lite
gimme all your lovin' - z z top
get the party started - p!nk
get down tonight - kc & the sunshine band
genie in a bottle - christina aguilera
glory days - bruce springsteen
give me one reason - tracy chapman
go ask alice - jefferson airplane
gotta serve somebody - bob dylan
gotta give it up - marvin gaye
ghostbusters - ray parker jr.

Ryan said...

The Girl's A Straight-Up Hustler - All Time Low
Girl All The Bad Guys Want - Bowling For Soup
Girls Do What They Want - The Maine
Give Me Anything - The Maine
Go-Go - Alphabeat
God Is a DJ - P!nk
Good Enough - Darren Hayes
Good News - Something Corporate
Good Relationship (That's What It Is) - Ari Gold
Got the Feelin' - Five
The Great Escape - We Are Scientists

Michelle M. said...

That P!nk performance was amazing. She was even on Oprah because of that.

"Get Mine, Get Yours" Christina Aguilera
"Girl Can't Help It" Journey
"Give It All You've Got" Chuck Mangione
"Give Me the Night" George Benson
"Glory Box" Portishead
"Goodbye Girl" David Gates
"Good Ol'" Jojo

that's J-O-S-H said...

Justin: Um...then do them now?!

John: She IS amazing and she IS gorgeous. It makez me sad that she has to work five timez harder than a lot of less talented pop starz just to be noticed. She'll alwayz be #1 in my heart!

Polt: Didjuknow that "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" is what I am goin' to audition with @ "American Idol"?! I have recorded mahself (and then promptly deleted) singing that tune upwards of 20 times.

Smellody: For some reason I thought you hated Fiona Manzana. I'm glad you don't! She's fabo (and crazy).

Tam: I like that Boys Like Girls song. I used to think the lyric "Throw me away..." was actually "Throw me to the wolves." I like my version a lot better than what it actually is!

E. Copterz: Work me like a 9-to-5!

Anne Marie: As soon as you posted, I waited five minutez and then called my mom to scream @ her for not responding to you fast enough!

Ryan: I LOVE "God Is a DJ" & "Good News"! SOOOOO MUCH! You know that the two setlistz I have acquired [read as: beat bitchez down for] from concerts are from a P!nk and Andrew McMahon (as Jack's Mannequin) show?!

Michelle: I am soooo glad you know that XTINA song. So sexxxy! And JoJo?! Do you mean the sparkly bubble magic teen pOp SeNsATiOn?!

Anonymous said...

Hey Josh, that Pink song and performance is great! I really like her voice. And YAY that you chose a song on my list for your runner up - The Great Gig in the Sky! I can't believe Melody didn't get that one!

Big "HELLO" to anne marie in philly! Some of your G's are for sure on my list...no surprise there! 2 thumbs up for "Ghostbusters" - Josh loved those movies when he was a kid, and collected all the figurines, ambulance, ghost trap, etc.
See what you think of my list!

1. "God Gave Rock n' Roll to You" by Argent
2. "Get up, Stand up" by Bob Marley
3. "The Great Gig in the Sky" by Pink Floyd
4. "Goodbye Yellowbrick Road" by Elton John
5. "Greatest Love of All" by Whitney Houston
6. "Girl" by the Beatles
7. "Georgia on my Mind" Ray Charles8. "Glory Days" by Bruce Springsteen"
9. "Great Balls of Fire" by Jerry Lee Lewis
10. "Go Now" by The Moody Blues
11. "Go Ask Alice" by Jefferson Airplane
12. "Go Your Own Way" by Fleetwood Mac

That's it for now, I feel like I'm missing some, so I might be back!

Peace, Josh's mom

Well, that was fast, here's another one-
13. "Goodnight" John Lennon and Yoco Ono from the the Beatles "White" album

Milo said...

Get me away from here I'm dying - Belle & Sebastian
Gimme Hope Jo'Anna - Eddy Grant
Girls - Death in Vegas
Girls just wanna have fun - Cyndi Lauper
Girls on film - Duran Duran
Go west - Pet Shop Boys
Goldfinger - Shirley Bassey
Graceland - Paul Simon

anne marie in philly said...

hi mom!

spouse says ringo starr sang "goodnight", not john lennon.

more G thangs:

give peace a chance - john lennon
groovin' - young rascals
goodnight tonight - wings

I forgot all about whitney and ray charles and jerry lee.

and HOW CUTE is that story about josherz and ghostbusters? awwwww...

Anonymous said...

Hey to anne marie!

I stand corrected, Ringo did sing "Goodnight". My husband and I were thinking of another song in which John and Yoko say "goodnight" to each other at the end - and now we can't think of the song. Any ideas?
I thought of "Give Peace a Chance" a few days ago, but forgot to add it to my list. Good one for sure!
"Groovin" is also a great one.

Here's a couple more...

"Golden Years" by David Bowie
"Give a Little Bit" by Supertramp

I knew you would like the Josh Ghostbusters story!

Until next time...
J's mom

john said...

Michelle M.: I LOVE "Glory Box" and Portishead! What a shock!

callonmevalerie said...

"God Is A DJ" - P!nk is definitely the top G song, obvs.

"Genio Atrapado" (hahaha) - Xtina
"Geographical Cure" - Lucy Woodward
"Get Busy Living Or Get Busy Dying (Do Your Part To Save The Scene And Stop Going To Shows)" - Fall Out Boy
"Get Over Yourself (Goodbye)" - Eden's Crush (feat. Nicole Schereigneirgnazinzzinger)
"Glitter In The Air" - P!nk
"Globes And Maps" - Something Corporate
"Grace Kelly" - Mika

anne marie in philly said...

(waves to josherz mom!)

"another song in which John and Yoko say "goodnight" to each other at the end - and now we can't think of the song. Any ideas?" - not a one. I even asked spouse if he knew and his mind went blank also. the horrors of getting old...

have a good week!

Melody, Destroyer of Dreams said...

Yay for Glory Box!! I love Portishead!!

And Josh-I am a Fiona Apple fan. She is totez crazy-but I love her all the same.

Anonymous said...

I'm seriously late in reply, but....

Oh, Mom! I love Give a Little Bit! Fantastic song.

Since I'm being not only late, but also lazy, I'm going taking bits of of all the other posts. Let's face it, everyone here has really good taste!

1. Great Gig in the Sky (of course!)
2. Goodbye to Yellow Brick Road
3. Gypsy
4. Girls Just Want to Have Fun
5. Actually Mom, I love your whole list, so I'll leave it at that.

:) :)
- Cindy

And I loved the Pink performance. That was beautiful; a work of art.