Friday, April 25, 2008

Friday Silliness

Today, I will be brief and to the point. Many of you know that I belong to a great community for bloggers known as Entrecard. In the forums section, there was a post, by my buddy Canucklehead that took off like wild fire. He asked each participant to post a theme song for the person who had posted before them. There were a couple of songs posted for me, that were fun and mesmerizing. But alas, these individuals don't really know me. So, I am going to post my theme song here. Then I am asking that you comment with your own theme song. You may add a different song for me as well. I'll be brave and let others show how they perceive me.

Here is my theme song:


Mark Byrne said...

"Bad to the bone" George Thorogood & The Destroyers

Debbie said...

I love this one Mark, by the way, anyone who wants to see a very funny and very talented man go this website:

Eleni said...

No No No Corny Corny Altho you are one of the most positive people I know this is not the right theme song for you. I did enjoy Rip Torn but this was just not right. My theme song for myself would be the song. "I Will Survive" and "I Am Woman". Actually the song "I Am Woman" fits you pretty good. All I could think of when watching was when is Shirley Temple going to show up.

Cindy said...

This is Fun! I have 2 songs right now that speak to me: Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles
ALWAYS brings a big smile to my face whether I am out enjoying Nature or not...also speaks of my personal growth!
The second song is A New Day Has Come by Celine Dion
Although Celine wrote this song celebrating the gift of her newborn son, it speaks to me of my gift of spiritual growth and HIS Son...and the cleansing and freedom I feel...and my new perspective of Life.

Cindy said...

And now for the song that I feel speaks of you...actually there are two!
Legacy by Nicole Nordeman
Fitting with how you give so freely and choose to love...listen to the lyrics.

Wild Child by Enya
Knowing a bit of your wild side and how you embrace each day with such enthusiasm...:>)).

Debbie said...


As a little girl I was often compared to Shirley Temple! I loved her, even took tap dance lessons because of it. But, I do understand. I looked at the theme from Wonder Woman, it reminded me of a special mug! ;)

Debbie said...


Your choice of songs for you are perfect! I do love the Beatles, and can hear the song playing behind you as you walk!

I am touched by your choices for me, both of them. Thank you. Legacy is moving and yes, I do have a bit of the wild child, please don't tell dear Mumsy!

Alexys Fairfield said...

Hi Debbie,
Okay, I'll play.
How about, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," by Cyndi Lauper.

Cancuklehead said...

I'm glad that I was able to cause such a sensation. I actually tried this on my blog some time ago and didn't have nearly this kind of response. At that time I listed mine as 'Working Man' by Rush, and I guess I'll stick with my choice. Well, off to my exam and then the Greek Easter thing - have a GREAT weekend. Oh, and BTW - it's not the quantity but quality of the red eggs as they actually have a 'smash-up derby' with the eggs - the winner gets good luck for the year. I guess you sort of have to be there ... CHEERS!

Leisa Watkins said...

What a fun post and fun song. Thanks for giving us a little more insight into you.

I picked a theme for my blog, but hadn't thought of what song would be my theme song. I'll have to give that a little more thought.

Mark Byrne said...

Now if we are talking a marketing song...

"Penny Lane" by the Beatles would be a great hook for you. Little rough but humm it in your head as you read:

Debbie Lane is a Hypnotist showing photographs
Of every head he's had the pleasure to known
And all the people that come and go
Stop and say hello

On the corner is a banker who used to stutter alot,
The little children used to laugh at him behind his back
And the banker never needed to go back
to Debbie Lane, very strange

Debbie Lane is in my ears and in my eyes
There beneath the blue suburban skies
I sit, and meanwhile back

Debbie Lane has a fireman with fear
And in his pocket is a card of the hypno-queen
He likes to keep his fire engine clean
It's a clean machine

Penny Lane is in my ears and in my eyes
A four of fish and finger pies
In summer, meanwhile back

Behind the shelter in the middle of a roundabout
The pretty decorator has a fear of speaking
And though she feels as if she's a okay
She is anyway

Debbie Lane cures another client
We see the banker sitting talking to him
And then the fireman rushes in
From the pouring rain, very strange

Debbie Lane is in my ears and in my eyes
There beneath the blue suburban skies
I sit, and meanwhile back
Penny lane is in my ears and in my eyes
There beneath the blue suburban skies
Penny Lane

BadEvan said...

I still like the one picked for you.
Looking Through Patient Eyes - PM Dawn.

Remember it was supposed to based entirely on the persons EC Card. If it was on writing style or personality my choice would have been completely different. But I'm not telling what it would have been. hehe.

Debbie said...


ever the creative one, I love it! I think we must talk about a video....

Bad Evan,

you tease. To tell me there is something else and not to reveal! I will persist unrelenting until I find out.

Jena Isle said...

That is a good song, very positive. For you? what about "I am Woman"? I don't know you well, but I can see you have a good disposition. As for me, since I am an incurable romantic, my song would be. " I Have Nothing" by Whitney Houston.

Anonymous said...

This is more YOU than they can guess. It's a MUSICAL!

I hear they are designing a new shopping mall just for's the only one which will entice you to go shopping.
In the center will be a very large Theatre in the round, where Broadway musicals will be performed..right next to "shoephoria" - the worlds largest shoe emporium

Anonymous said...

BTW this version is my current theme song:

nanjodogz said...

Sisters are Doing it for Themselves -- Annie Lennox and Aretha Franklin

Debbie said...

This was sent to me by Jennifer Deckleman of:
She is a true star maker.

Hi Debbie....Sorry I couldn't get back to you sooner. My song is "THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC' from ABBA the chorus is...Thank you for the music the songs I'm singing, thanks for all the joy they're bringing. Who can live without it I ask in all honesty, what would life be, without a SONG or a DANCE what are we....SO I SAY THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC, FOR GIVING IT TO ME.