What's the song currently going through your head?

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rachelsedge

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Yeah, it does look funny when you look at it for awhile. I was told that you should include the period within the quotation marks, but I'm not the punctuation police.
I tried that and it looked weird that way too. I went back and forth a couple of times and stared at it, and it looked funny both ways. I even thought of not having any period there at all. I just couldn't win!

I think my brain shut off about 4 hours ago.
 
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arwen83

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Earlier it was "A Mighty Fortress is Our God".

Now it's Anberlin's "Paperthin Hymn".

On a side note, I never know what to do with periods after a quotation mark when it ends the sentence but what's being quoted isn't a sentence. They just look funny to me all of a sudden.

Meh.
Well if you plan on writing your posts in APA writing style or Chicago Manual style then it is after :p Don't worry, we won't dock marks for inconsistencies :p
 
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The Allegretto movement in Beethoven's Sonata 17 -- Got the sheet music a few days ago, and I've been working through it on the piano and in my head.

Usually I've got some portion of the Nutcracker stuck in my head, as I've been playing the entire album once a day - minimum- since last November.
I used to like several classics by mozart, bach and someone who's name I can't remember (not a well known composer) but now I can't remember the names of the songs because they make them so darn generic and complicated. :(
 
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arwen83

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Well if you plan on writing your posts in APA writing style or Chicago Manual style then it is after :p Don't worry, we won't dock marks for inconsistencies :p
Footnotes, primary and secondary sources are required
 
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adekruif

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Jump Right In - ZBB

I quite enjoy almost everything by the Zac Brown Band. :)
 

Ugly

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I have music playing, so no song in particular running through my head... But i am listening to Die Happy - Volume II :cool:
 
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Hellooo

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I used to like several classics by mozart, bach and someone who's name I can't remember (not a well known composer) but now I can't remember the names of the songs because they make them so darn generic and complicated. :(

Yeah...there's a method to the madness, (like distinguishing a sonata vs a sonatina vs a concerto vs nocturnes, etc) but even then you can have like 20+ of each type of work, so breaking it down into Opuses, numbers, and movements helps organize things.

If you can hum a few bars of the song that you like, and identify the notes that make up those bars, there's a couple of websites where you can run searches to identify what song it is. I've had a lot of luck with melodycatcher.com
 

leelee

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I very randomly have The Automatic- Monster buzzing around my head.
 
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OceanGrl

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I have that song from Fun, Some Nights, in my head. I heard it on the radio today and it's just stuck in my head now.
 

SeatBelt

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Lincoln Brewster's "Everlasting God"
I'm picking songs to lead during the worship portion of my Friday night regular. With a little prompting (& assurance that this is a decent place to do so, I'll post the list on this thread when I'm done.
 

DuchessAimee

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Lincoln Brewster's "Everlasting God"
I'm picking songs to lead during the worship portion of my Friday night regular. With a little prompting (& assurance that this is a decent place to do so, I'll post the list on this thread when I'm done.

Of course! Post away. :)
 

Jullianna

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this one.........
[video=youtube;bzAGZT_XTAk]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzAGZT_XTAk[/video]
 
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arwen83

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arwen83

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Yes! ...but for some reason it's on short-wave...and keeps reaching back to the 50's broadcasts...

1950s weather report animations - YouTube
Oh my goodness, that was hilarious! I LOVE IT! The best was 'outcast and warmer'. What's 'warmer'? Or 'generally fair'? lol Did they not have temperature gauges in the 50's?! 'Honey, the weatherman got it wrong yet again, it is warm out not warmer!' hehehe...thanks for the laugh.
 

DuchessAimee

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I love the long pauses between each animation. It was awkward and creepy. Fantastic!