Sunday, November 12, 2006

New Blog Story!!! Eeeeeeeee!!



That's the title. Now you know what i was going on about when i talked about Scrabble tiles. In fact, those are two of the little Scrabble word holder dealios. If you look you can see the line.

I actually havent written any of it yet. I just have it in my head. So far i know that the girl has black hair, twin older sisters, she works in a pastry shop next to a wedding store and the sentance "There's my little used car salesman" appears once.

And now, for randomness.

ALI'S LIST OF SONGS SHE WOULD PUT IN A MOVIE:

Fell in Love With a Girl by the White Stripes

Shimmy Shimmy Quarter Turn by Hellogoodbye. would make a really good opening song.

Growing on Me by The Darkness. The best montage song ever.

Your Honor by Regina Spektor and Kill Kenada. I don't care if you hate it; it still rocks.

City of Love by Persephone's Bees. The one from the Razr commercial.

Such Great Heights by The Postal Service. The Iron and Wine version is a better all-around song, but way too slow/stoner for a movie.

Uh Oh Hello by Elefant. Another great opening song.

Miss Independent by Kelly Clarkson. I know a lot of people think that she's crap, but i totally heart this song. Good for one of those corny, slo-mo entrences.

Lights and Sounds by Yellowcard. I don't know where it would fit in, but it has to. It's awesome.

Hands Open by Snow Patrol. So much less emo than Run or Chasing Cars.

Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve. Weird band name, but it's good for any scene where people are like, "I LOVE YOU!" Of course in my movie they would get hit by a car directly afterwards. But that doesnt mean that the song isnt good!

Imperfection by Saving Jane. Yes, this is where i got the name of my blog story from. a very good opening song.

There's A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven't Thought Of It Yet by Panic! At the Disco. Whew! That tired me out just typing it. And that is actually the name of the song. It seems like something that someone would dance with in one of those huge dance scenes where everyone automatically does the same dance without any sort of visible planning.

Brighter Than Sunshine by Aqualung. Just awesome.

Put Your Records On by Corrine Bailey Rae. Again, awesome.

So how many of those have you actually heard of?

1 comment:

Elizzy said...

i like the name and the picture is soooo cool!!! wheee

i <3 snow patrol, and i love that panic song..that whole cd to be exact...and the postal service rocks my socks!

i've heard most of the songs and no 90% of the singers! whee go me...not...ok...*is shutting up*