Musical Lexicon – “One Week”

31 Mar

So, the Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Coleman, has vetoed my two-at-a-time idea, so I’ll leave you guys with just this one for now. Here’s the rules again…

1) You can’t use the same song more than once, for any topic.

2) Within topics, you can’t use the same artist more than once.

3) The selected word has to be in the lyrics, but not necessarily in the title. If it’s in the title but not the lyrics, it doesn’t count.

4) You can look through your own music collection for help, but NO GOOGLE.

5) Variations or specific examples are acceptable (unless otherwise stated), but not preferred. (e.g. “Pistol” or “Guns” work if the word on the list is “Gun”)

…and here’s the topic. DAYS OF THE WEEK. You know how they go…

Topic – Days of the Week

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

 

FYI: I refuse to acknowledge Rebecca Black as a legitimate artist. Find someone else for Friday.

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2 Responses to “Musical Lexicon – “One Week””

  1. Abby March 31, 2011 at 11:12 pm #

    So, even though you won’t let me use what is clearly the best days of the week song ever, I’ll still contribute 🙂

    Monday – Rainy Monday (Shiny Toy Guns)
    Tuesday – Ruby Tuesday (Rolling Stones)
    Wednesday – Lady Madonna (The Beatles)
    Thursday – Friday I’m in Love (The Cure)
    Friday – His Girl Friday (The Academy Is)
    Saturday – Last Chance to Lose Your Keys (Brand New)
    Sunday – Sunday Bloody Sunday (U2)

  2. Matt Coleman and Rebecca Buzen!!!!! April 1, 2011 at 6:07 pm #

    Sunday: “Easy” by Lionel Richie

    Monday: “Monday, Monday” by The Mamas and the Papas

    Tuesday: “Tuesday’s Gone” by Lynyrd Skynyrd

    Wednesday: “Seven Day Weekend” by Gary U.S. Bonds

    Thursday: “Happy Days” by Norman Gimbel and Charles Fox

    Friday: “Friday on my Mind” by The Easybeats

    Saturday: “Saturday Night’s Alright For Fightin'” by Elton John

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