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Friday random ten: She’s all that

That’s what she’s saying:

1. She’s A Rebel – Green Day
2. She’s Alright – Muddy Waters
3. She’s Electric – Oasis
4. She’s Got Her Ticket – Tracy Chapman
5. She’s Got You – Patsy Cline
6. She’s My Baby – Traveling Wilburys
7. She’s My Girl – Tom Lehrer
8. She’s No Lady – Lyle Lovett
9. She’s The One – Bruce Springsteen
10. She’s Too Good For Me – Warren Zevon

What’s she doing with you this week?

Entire song list report: Started with “Donkey Riding”, by Great Big Sea. Ended with “Duke’s Travels”, by Genesis, song #1243, for a mere 65 tunes this week. I should note that “Duke’s Travels” comes right before “Duke’s End” on the “Duke” album, but right after it when you play your entire collection in alphabetical order. Those of you who, like me, are old enough to know what an “album” is and why the order of songs on it mattered (sometimes) may find some deeper meaning in that.

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  1. Linkmeister says:

    She — Gram Parsons
    She’s A Woman — The Beatles
    She’s Got You — Rosanne Cash
    She’s Leaving Home — The Beatles
    She’s My Baby — Traveling Wilburys
    She’s Not There — The Zombies
    She’s The One — Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
    She Belongs To Me — Bob Dylan
    She Came In Through The Bathroom Window — The Beatles
    She Has Funny Cars — Jefferson Airplane
    She Is Still A Mystery — The Lovin’ Spoonful
    She Loves You — The Beatles
    She Said She Said — The Beatles

    The alphabetical ordering of iTunes drives me crazy. I have a lot of compilation albums in which order doesn’t matter, but many of the original albums were sequenced by the artists for a reason, and their arbitrary alphabetization by a sort function is aggravating. (See The Who’s Tommy or any of The Moody Blues’s albums for records where this is particularly egregious.)