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    Before my teens my favorite stuff was all classical, first was Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik which was replaced by Beethoven's Ode To Joy, close runners up would have been Fur Elise, Piano Sonata No. 14 (Moonlight) and Violin Sonata (Kreutzer). But even to this day Ode To Joy can move me to tears it is so beautiful and being raised in a German household I can understand the lyrics which makes it all the better. Wish I could read Italian!

    After that all things Zep! And when I get down some In The Light is such a great song for me to listen to.

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    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3UB5Fr80SM"]Tears in Heaven[/YOUTUBE]

    I used to have my mom play this cassette in the car whenever we went anywhere. Listening to it now makes me nostalgic...

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    I was a total 80s baby..

    In elementary school, we used to sing "The World Is A Rainbow".. LOVED it! As a kid, some of my fav songs were:

    Debbie Gibson- Lost In Your Eyes
    Dionne Warwick- That's What Friends Are For
    The Bangles- Eternal Flame
    Fine Young Cannibals- She Drives Me Crazy

    Milli Vanilli- Blame It On The Rain
    Shanice- I Love Your Smile
    Sybil- Don't Make Me Over (Daytime Mix)
    Madonna- Cherish

    Surface- The First Time

    Tommy Paige- Paintings In My Mind
    Surface- Closer Than Friends
    Ralph Tresvant- Sensitivity
    Lisa Stanfield- All ARound the World
    Sinead O'Conner- Nothing Compares
    Janet Jackson- Come Back To Me
    Suzan Vega- Tom's Diner

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    [YOUTUBE=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUtnwcv-quE]My favorite song when I was 9...[/YOUTUBE]

    I was a horrible baby. I am told that I screamed and cried pretty much 24/7. Except when Disney Sing Along Songs were on.

    I was raised on a mix of metal (my dad) and 80's pop/90's alternative (my mom). So songs in those categories make me feel all nostalgic...

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    My number one favorite childhood song was Loreena McKennitt's "The Mummers' Dance". I came across it while watching the TV series, "Legacy", but similar to Uumlau, I only found out the name of the song when I was much older at 17.

    [youtube=0B7sH5QLyXY]The Mummers' Dance by Loreena McKennitt[/youtube]

    And "Colors Of The Wind" from Pocahontas.

    [youtube=TkV-of_eN2w]Colors Of The Wind by Judy Kuhn[/youtube]

    I also liked the whole Tarzan soundtrack, especially "Son of Man"

    [youtube=UrDwOHlosD0]Son Of Man by Phil Collins[/youtube]

    Lastly, "Prelude in E-Minor (Op.28 No. 4)" and "Fantasie Impromptu" by Frédéric Chopin. My love for his music carried well into my adulthood.

    [youtube=ef-4Bv5Ng0w]Prelude in E-Minor (Op.28 No. 4) - Frédéric Chopin[/youtube]

    [youtube=qa0Z6g1XJkU]Fantasie Impromptu - Frédéric Chopin[/youtube]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kastor View Post
    I was just thinking today about whenever my favorite childhood song comes on the radio and how, although it's been years and years, my mom still always says, 'It's your song, Kate!' lol

    So did you have a particular favorite song as a kid that just always stuck with you?

    By the way, mine was 'Everything I Do (I Do it For You)' by Bryan Adams XD;;
    My mother always used to sing a particular song and though i can't remember the title i always remember the chorus "I'm thinking of the days, those lovley days you gave me....days i'll remember all my life..." Anyone have any ideas about this?

    My Dad played tons of Beatles so i'm pretty well versed in most of their songs. My first record that i bough myself was a Madonna one, i think it was "borderline"

    I also had a lot of reggae (the real old school reggae not the modern ragga crap) around me and my mother joined a reggae band for a while.
    God so many different genres pretty much the full spectrum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lethe View Post
    My number one favorite childhood song was Loreena McKennitt's "The Mummers' Dance". I came across it while watching the TV series, "Legacy", but similar to Uumlau, I only found out the name of the song when I was much older at 17.

    [youtube=0B7sH5QLyXY]The Mummers' Dance by Loreena McKennitt[/youtube]

    And "Colors Of The Wind" from Pocahontas.

    [youtube=TkV-of_eN2w]Colors Of The Wind by Judy Kuhn[/youtube]

    I also liked the whole Tarzan soundtrack, especially "Son of Man"

    [youtube=UrDwOHlosD0]Son Of Man by Phil Collins[/youtube]

    Lastly, "Prelude in E-Minor (Op.28 No. 4)" and "Fantasie Impromptu" by Frédéric Chopin. My love for his music carried well into my adulthood.

    [youtube=ef-4Bv5Ng0w]Prelude in E-Minor (Op.28 No. 4) - Frédéric Chopin[/youtube]

    [youtube=qa0Z6g1XJkU]Fantasie Impromptu - Frédéric Chopin[/youtube]
    Love the top three picks there, especially the Phil Collins song.
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    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYlAwvz8uwc"]Blind Melon - No Rain[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiSkyEyBczU"]Soundgarden - Black Hole Sun[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aowSGxim_O8"]Tom Petty - Mary Jane's Last Dance[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0JvF9vpqx8"]Tom Petty - Don't Come Around Here No More[/YOUTUBE]
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    When I was about 5, it was the "Siamese Cat Song" from "Lady and the Tramp."

    When I was about 8 or so, it was the "Ghostbusters" theme song.

    When I was about 11 it was "Home Sweet Home" by Motley Crue.

    When I was about 15 or so, it was "Epic" by Faith No More (lyrics: "You want it all but you can't have it/ It's in your face but you can't grab it....etc)

    When I was about 17 it was "Stop" by Janes Addiction.


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