Sunday, July 03, 2005

The CD breakdown

This is the list of birthday singing songs so far on the CD. I would like any input, especially from the guys.

Birthday Singing

Time to Say Goodbye- Andrea Bocelli
For the Longest Time- Billy Joel
Lady in Red- Chris deBurgh
Homeward Bound- Simon and Garfunkel
Breakfast at Tiffany’s- Deep Blue Something
Good Riddance- Green Day
Leaving on a Jet Plane- John Denver
That’s Amore- Dean Martin
The Boxer- Simon and Garfunkel
Kiss the Girl- Sebastian
Sweet Home Alabama- Lynyrd Skynyrd
Brown Eyed Girl- Van Morrison
She Will be Loved- Maroon 5
Return to Me- Dean Martin
Scarborough Fair- Simon and Garfunkel
Kiss from a Rose- Seal
Thank God I’m a Country Boy- John Denver
With or Without You- U2
Tell Me Ma- Shamrocks
Can’t Buy Me Love- The Beatles
Sound of Silence- Simon and Garfunkel

Here is the Reel CD so far. This one I'll work on at school:

Reels

1. Tell Me Ma- Shamrocks
2. The Virginia Reel- Traditional Celtic Dances
3. The Night Pat Murphy Died- Great Big Sea
4. Nancy Whiskey- Gaelic Storm
5. Around the World- A Touch of Class
6. Old Black Rum- Great Big Sea
7. Better Off Alone- Alice Deejay
8. Jack Hinks- Great Big Sea
9. Titanic Set- Gaelic Storm
10. Dancing With Mrs. White- Great Big Sea
11. The Hamster Dance- Hampton Hamster
12. Jolly Beggarman- Great Big Sea
13. House of Tom Bombadil- Nickelcreek
14. The Schooner Lake Set- Gaelic Storm
15. Lucky- Great Big Sea
16. Pigeon at the Gate- Traditional Celtic Dances
17. The Boys From Ballymore- Shamrocks
18. Beggarman- Gaelic Storm
19. Mari-Mac- Great Big Sea
20. Cotton Eye Joe- Rednecks
21. Tell Me Ma- Gaelic Storm

See, I need help deciding if these are even reel songs. Also, I need more of them.
Thanks to All.

3 comments:

  1. OH, and I finished the Building of Christendom and am starting on the Glory. If any of you Schwartz people have your sheet, it would be helpful to know how far we read.

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  2. JMJ hey matt the numa numa song remix and original can be used for the va reel...

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  3. Ibid, you are entirely too worried about history! lol
    What about Red is the Rose?

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