Using only song titles from ONE ARTIST, cleverly answer the following questions (I wasn't terribly clever so I won't hold you to this rule). Use any artist you like. Try not to repeat a song title.
Are you a male or female: Lady With the Spinning Head
Describe yourself: The Wanderer
How do you feel?: Stuck in a Moment
Describe where you currently live: Where the Streets Have No Name (This is my most cleverest)
If you could go anywhere, where would you go?: City of Blinding Lights
Your favorite form of transportation: Walk On
Your best friend is: The Sweetest Thing
Your favorite color is: October
What's the weather like? Beautiful Day (rather dull of me, right?)
Favorite time of day: Shadows and Tall Trees (Twilight was an option but I figured I would try not to be too dull 2 times in a row)
If your life was a TV show, what would it be called?: Is That All?
What is life to you?: Running to Stand Still
Your relationships: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
Your fear: Elevation
What is the best advice you have to give?: Sometimes You Can't Make it on Your Own
If you could change your name, you would change it to?: Tomorrow (except not really since Rob Morrow (ala Numbers and Northern Exposure) already named his daughter Tu Morrow so it is taken)
Thought for the day: Some Days are Better Than Others
How I would like to die: Happiness is a Warm Gun*
My soul's present condition: Being Born
My motto: I Will Follow
*Let me just explain this choice so that you don't start calling suicide hot lines to report me. One day maybe 4 years ago my co-workers were having a conversation which evolved into a discussion on how they would like to die (don't ask me why). When I entered the room I was asked this question and quickly responded: bullet to the back of the head. This response was met with blank stares and silence as the appropriate response to the question is: peacefully in my sleep. I, however, was at the time was working on my thesis on violence in Northern Ireland and was enrolled in a class on genocide. So at the time a bullet to the back of the head seemed like a much better option than, say, being hacked to death with a blunt machete.