Imagine you're about to enter a crowded room, where a social gathering is in full swing. You've arrived, fashionably late, and accompanying your footsteps is a song or instrumental piece, that announces to all in attendance that you have entered the building. What song would you be walking to the beat of? Ok, just to get things started, my song would be "Take Me to the River" by the Talking Heads. The mid-tempo would complement my strut perfectly, as heads whip around and conversations stop mid-sentence and a hush falls over the crowd, and I'm greeted by my adoring fans. (Hey, I can dream, can't I?) Now it's your turn, let's see what you all can come up with.
For me it would be "Bitch" by Meredith Brooks (as I embody each quality listed in the song) while everyone raises a flaming lighter and screaming a'la rock concert. That woud be cool and my hubby agrees :-)
when my sister got married, they played blue eyes, by Elton John as she walked in to the reception.....
For me it would probably be ....Your Willow by Joan Armatrading i love that song
BEP, 'Where is the Love' , then dress and walk like Aliyaah did in her movie 'Queen of the Damned' yeah, dreamin now
For me it would be "They ain't got nothing on me." by Mary J. Blige.
Hey if I don't believe it, who will? lol
Hahaha 'I believe in a thing called love' by The Darkness
because everyone would feel love at first sight...
Mine would be "The Power" by Cher, matches my strut and complements me completely.
Hello Chollie, welcome back Chollie. It's good to see you back where you beloooong!
Stayin alive, because I would be wearing pimped out bell bottoms, and a v-neck. Yeah baby!
I'm not an Eminem fan but Lose Yourself would be my entrance or warm up song.
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