I just woke up to a sunny day so it would have to be U2's "It's a Beautiful Day/Don't let it get away..."
meatloaf's "two outa three aint bad".... i've always loved it, and i've always been able to get the meaning ive needed from it at any given time,... as sad as that sounds,... and as strange as it may sound,.. its a mood lifter for me.
Jamye Johnson does an EXCELENT cover of it
by Janis Leslie Evans 9 years ago
What flower or tree best describes your personality?Answer this question by writing a short poem about yourself only using that flower or tree.
by StixBrown 12 years ago
What song best describes you?Make it a song that a person can get an idea of your personality from.
by Jay Manriquez 10 years ago
What season best describes your writing style? Explain.
by fierycj 12 years ago
Whether its from Marvel, DC, Impact, whatever...which superhero or heroine best describes you and why? For me, you're already looking at the avatar! That one, and Firelord. Enough said.
by ThatFatGuy 11 years ago
What song best describes you?
by lyndre 10 years ago
Just listened to a radio show that had got listeners to text in films describing their lovelife.Really funny. Post your answerI will start with Gone in sixty seconds.
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