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I just bought my ipod today. I out a ton of stuff on my list already.

I LOVE Sing Sing Sing. That's actually the ringtone on my cellphone. :)

(Love Train in Vain & Rio as well!)


One of the teams my daughter dances with is doing a funked up version of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" and Erin's team is dancing to "Hit Me With Your Best Shot." Cutest dances ever!


Have you tried yoga pushups? They're a good varation of the old standard.

Place your hands under your shoulder, as always, but make sure your fingers are all facing forward. Keep your elbows tucked in close to your ribcage. Then go down and up, focusing on tucking the elbows in. The pushups suddenly become much more concentrated in the biceps and much less in the pecs.


Well, This is a bit of a random list, but ALL songs i have been listenting to recently:
1) City of New Orleans - Arlo guthrie
2) Stealing Kisses - Faith Hill
3) Dream Big - Ryan Shupe & The Rubberband
4) Travelin' Thru - Dolly Parton
5)Fireflies - Faith Hill
6)Please Come to Boston - David Loggins
7)Rains Down in Africa - Toto

Stephanie C.

I have an iPod I got for Christmas, but not much music is on it yet. BTW, love Singx3. Great dance song.
Here are my top picks:
1. Brighter Day-Kirk Franklin (gospel)
2. He Reigns-Kirk Franklin
3. MegaMix 2000-Earth, Wind and Fire
4. Shining Star-Earth, Wind and Fire
5. And I Am Telling You-Jennifer Hudson (Dreamgirls)
I did some push ups yesterday! Thanks!


ooohhh i just did a 5K yesterday and here is what got me through it:

celebrity skin - hole
the story of the hurricane - bob dylan
beats so lonely - charlie sexton (sooo sexy)
debaser - the pixies
mack the knife - robbie williams
jump jive and wail - stray cats
beautiful girl - INXS (cool down)

I love this - i'm getting great ideas as to what songs i should download! Thanks Carmen!


I only use my iPod shuffle on the treadmill, so I need very fast paced songs.
1. sing, sing, sing.
2. Pain, without love (Three Days Grace).
3. Enter Sandman.
4. Ladies and Gentlemen(Saliva).
5. Pump It (Black Eyed Peas).
6. American Woman (Lenny Kravitz).
7. The Master Plan (Oasis, from the CSI: Miami Soundtrack).
8. It Don't Mean a Thing, if you ain't got that swing.

Kind of an ecclectic mix, and those aren't all the songs on there.


I must be wierd. No ipod. Mostly I listen to NPR in the car, unless we listen to kid's songs (at the moment it is a toss up between Johnny Cash children's album and TMBG). Jogging (when it occurs) is usually just me and my thoughts and the the sound of feet pounding the pavement. It is quite satisfying. (Perhaps because I grew up a swimmer - movements coordinated with the water - compare to you, a dancer, movements in touch with music.)


writing mine up now! great idea.


1) Wild Horses - natasha bedingfield
2) Geek in The Pink - jason mraz
3) To the Dancers in the Rain - Emilie Simone
4) Dirty Laundry - Bitter:Sweet
5) Rainbow - G Love and Jack Johnson
6) Streetcorner Symphony - Rob Thomas
7) For You I Will - Teddy Geiger
8) Lonely Train - Black Stone Cherry
9) Here Without You - 3 Doors Down
10) You Must've Fallen - Ben Taylor

I guess I should stop at 10 since my "favorites" list is 236 songs!


Please hop on over to Kelli in the Mirror's blog and wish her a very Happy Birthday!



I usually just keep mine on shuffle, which makes it like a radio station with a really weird playlist.

Here are the last 10 songs I listened to:

1. Don't Let it Bring You Down/Annie Lennox
2. Who's Lovin' You/Terence Trent D'Arby
3. All Apologies/Nirvana
4. This is the Last Time/Keane
5. Free Bird/Lynyrd Skynyrd
6. The Same Thing/Sly & the Family Stone
7. New York, New York/Frank Sinatra
8. Babooshka/Kate Bush
9. Cheryl Tweedy/Lily Allen
10. Comfortably Numb/Scissor Sisters

And that Snow Patrol song is my current ringtone...


I'm loving me some Lily Allen right now.

(Meanie - I had such a crush on Charlie Sexton in high school!!!)

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