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Soothing the Savage Beast

As for me:

Three Songs That Just Make You Happy
"Down On the Corner" --- Creedence Clearwater Revival
"River of Dreams" --- Billy Joel
"You Win Again" --- Bee Gees

Three Songs That Make You Want To Dance
"Roll With It" --- Steve Winwood
"Addicted to Love" --- Robert Palmer
"Mustang Sally" --- Wilson Pickett

Three Songs You Always Sing Along With
"Nights on Broadway" --- Bee Gees
"Imitation of Life" --- REM
"Fancy Free" --- Oak Ridge Boys

Three Songs You Blast In Your Car
"Do Not Pass Me By" --- MC Hammer
"Strawberry Wine" --- Deana Carter
"Cocaine" --- Eric Clapton

Three Songs You Could Put On Infinite Replay
"Sister Golden Hair" --- America
"Breaking Down Slow" --- Lee Roy Parnell and Bonnie Bramlett
"He Thinks He'll Keep Her" --- Mary Chapin Carpenter

Three Songs Whose Lyrics You Love
"'Til I Can Gain Control Again" --- by Rodney Crowell
"I Hung My Head" --- by Sting
"Ballad of a Runaway Horse" --- by Leonard Cohen

Three Songs You Don't Like At All
"Rocky Top"
"New York, New York"
"Ebony and Ivory"

Three Songs That Make You Want To Close Your Eyes And Just Listen 
"Nessun Dorma" --- The Three Tenors
"Words" --- Bee Gees
"Daniel" --- Elton John

How about your choices?  Pick three (or more) of the categories above, along with your three songs for each, and tell me about them in the Comments section.  At Noon (ET) tomorrow, I'll choose three commenters randomly, and send them a little something or other. . .

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  1. 3rd try. My comments get eaten. SOngs YOU DONT LIKE AT ALL: Take This Job and SHove It from the movie 9 to 5, Summer breeze by the isley brothers, and Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer... Songs that make you want to close your eyes and listen: Yellow by ColdPlay, Just Breathe by Pearl Jam and The Music score from Out of Africa Songs you could play over and over: American Pie by Don mcClean, Burning Down the House and Tequila!

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  2. 3 that make me happy: Shut Up and Dance by Ealk the Moon, Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison, Seven Bridges Road by the Eagles
    3 that make me want to close my eyes and listen: Someone I Used to Love but Jimmy Buffet, Cursum Perficio by Enya, O Holy Night by Michael Crawford
    3 I always sing along with: well, this one is hard because I am singing all.the.time but... Seven Bridges Road/Eagles, Sea of Heartbreak/Jimmy Buffet, Sweet Baby James/James Taylor

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