Musical Lexicon – “Album of the Year”

13 May

Today I went to my last ever class as a college undergrad; Another year gone by. That makes for a rather weak and flimsy introduction to this topic, the months of the year. First, as always, here’s a recap of the rules…

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.
4.1) No Yahoo!, no Bing, no Lycos, no Ask.com, no GoodSearch, etc.

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”)

Topic – Months

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

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2 Responses to “Musical Lexicon – “Album of the Year””

  1. Abby May 13, 2011 at 8:43 pm #

    January – Takeoffs and Landings (The Ataris)

    February – Somebody Told Me (The Killers)

    March – I can think of a ton that mention it as the action of marching rather than the month, but……

    April – The June Spirit (Patent Pending)

    May – My Girl (The Temptations)

    June – Army (Ben Folds Five)

    July – Scenes From an Italian Restaurant (Billy Joel)

    August – August is Over (We the Kings)

    September – Wake Me Up When September Ends (Green Day)

    October – Walk By (Good Charlotte)

    November – November Rain (Guns N Roses)

    December – Back to December (Taylor Swift)

  2. Matt Coleman May 14, 2011 at 9:55 pm #

    Matt and Rebecca

    January: ?

    February: “American Pie” by Don McLean

    March: ?

    April: “April Come She Will” by Simon and Garfunkel

    May:”My Girl the Month of May” by Dion

    June: “June Bug” by the B-52s

    July: “Saturday In the Park” by Chicago he Park” by Chicago

    August: ?

    September: “Dancing in September” by Earth Wind & Fire

    October: “October Song” by The Incredible String Band

    November: “November Rain” Guns N’ Roses

    December: “December, 1963” by the Four Seasons

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