Stuff We’re Loving: Songs to Get You Through!

Sara Chaefer over at Best Week Ever posted a blog with 10 songs that are sure to get us through our economic troubles! The list was posted last month (I know, kinda late) but its not like much has changed since then. Best Week Ever is the only show on VH1 that I watch consistently, besides “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” and as usual they bring the funny out in everything.

These are my top 3 favs from the list, along with Sara’s explanations:

3. My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme from Titanic) by Celine Dion

    Sara: You’re stranded on a piece of debris in the middle of the icy waters…and you’re hanging on to your 401(k). Your 401(k) says to you, “Puh-puh-puh-puh-lease…n-n-n-n-never let g-g-go…,” and then, you realize, your 401(k) has died. BUT YOUR HEART WILL GO ON!

2. Take The Money & Run by The Steve Miller Band

You’re right on top of that Rose! (No one will notice the petty cash is gone – go on, take the money and RUN!)

1. Can’t Tell Me Nothing by Kanye West

Maybe this song helps you escape into the egomaniacal fantasy land of Kanye West. Or maybe it’s a message about living beyond your means. Either way – make sure you look reallyindignant when listening to this on your morning commute. (I totally agree with this one!)

For the rest of the song’s on Sara’s list and other absolutely hilarious (and slightly useless info haha) visit the Best Week Ever’s site!

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One Response to “Stuff We’re Loving: Songs to Get You Through!”

  1. Prof. J Says:

    who wrote this? no tags + no sign-off = no credit.
    fix it

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