Friday, September 05, 2008

Name That Tune (reprise.)



((awkward whispering) This is the part of the blog, where you, the reader, utilizing the "comments" feature, attempt to name the not so random song (and artist) that I am thinking of. I then reward the correct response with some sort of "prize" which you will, in all likelihood, never receive.)

35 comments:

lobiwan said...

(pretend I'm someone else) Um, "A Horse with No Name", by America?

lobiwan said...

(OK, Pretend its me again) lobiwan: No, no, you silly billy, that is incorrect!

mllr said...

Well I would be "singing in the rain" with Gene Kelly if I got that much rain. I misunderstood your original post...I always think of "name that tune" as "try to beat that" and I couldn't.

lobiwan said...

Sorry, incorrect.

malh said...

BJ Thomas singing "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head." "I Love a Rainy Night" by I don't recall. That Irving Berlin song from Top Hat..."Isn't It a Lovely Day to be Caught in the Rain" That is such a fun song to dance to.

bloggendrauf said...

I would "Blame it on the Rain".

Shauna said...

Nelson's After the Rain? (Not that I had that album or anything.)

lobiwan said...

no(no, no you cheater,) no, no! Ha Ha!

mllr said...

Flood, by jars of clay. By the way, I can name that tune now in the other context.

Ranger said...

The Itsy Bitsy Spider, Boo yeah!
(I Love a rainy night as sung by Eddie Rabbit, by the way)

mllr said...

Ooh Oooh I know!

"5 Feet High and Rising" by Johnny Cash...how high's the water Mama?

Ranger said...

"Exit" , U2, The Joshua Tree

lobiwan said...

no, good for you, no, (no,) no you don't know, and definitely no you wierdo.

Shauna said...

Is each photo a clue for a separate word?

How about One Mud by Bob Marley? ;)

Drrty Joe said...

"It ain't gonna rain no more, no more! It ain't gonna rain no more! It rained all night and the night before-it ain't gonna rain no more!"

lobiwan said...

no and no, no and I wish it would rain some more.

Ranger said...

Mandolin Rain, Bruce Hornsby and the Range

November Rain, Gun's and Roses

Buckets of Rain, Bette Midler

Yesterday's Rain, Toby Keith

Like The Rain, Clint Black

Crazy, by Gnarles Barkely

lobiwan said...

no, no, no, no, no, and no

Shauna said...

The Rain in Spain

mllr said...

"Rain Down" dave crowder

mllr said...

"The Rain Rain Rain Came Down Down Down" Winnie the Pooh

lobiwan said...

no (the rain was in Kansas), no, no

linda jean said...

"Rainy Night In Georgia"
and "Kentucky Rain"
"Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again",
"Blue Eyes Cryin" in the "Early Morning Rain"--
All of the songs referenced in Gary Allen's "Songs about Rain"

malh said...

That song Jo had on her blog

jmlo said...

Although these songs seem not quite right the word rain is contained in them..."Is it Raining at Your House" by Brad Paisley or "Rainin' You" by Brad Paisley

Ben said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mb7LvUnx_8s&feature=related

Murder Raingage A Comin'

lobiwan said...

No, no and no, thank you for that, really, but no.

Shauna said...

Our God Reigns

mllr said...

"BLack Water" by the Doobi Brothers, even though the water looks blue. Um, "A Horse with No Name", by America?
"I just want to see how many comments I can get" by Matthew Lobmeyer.

lobiwan said...

no, no and no, NO!
I really didn't think it would be this hard...

Ranger said...

its rainin its pourin the old man is snorin?
Drip drip drop little april showers... uh, oh oh Purple Rain by THe are at that time known as Prince

lobiwan said...

nope, nope and nope

Shauna said...

Is it by Muddy Waters?

lobiwan said...

nope.

lobiwan said...

OK Kids. The Answer will be posted today (Wednesday, 9/10/08) at 12:01 PM. Feel free to keep guessing until then.