Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Post -Midnight Album/Song Titles part. 1
One night a half of a zillion years ago (2004) when I worked my horrifying job at Verizon, I needed something to do. You see, my job at the time was to answer 411 calls from 10pm-6am. Fifteen second conversations with drunk people several hundred times per shift. While usually midnight to say 2:30 is relatively entertaining, after that the joy quotient drops off significantly. Some people at the job brought crosswords, word search puzzles, magazines. You couldn't get too involved because a call could pop up any second "city and state please?".
I used to read magazines, attempt to do homework and bring blank paper and pens. I could doodle and sketch, or write. One night I decided to make a list of song titles I could use for future songs (or perhaps albums). My goal was 100. I surpassed it.
I'm not claiming any specific right to any of these but if you ever decide to use one, let me know. I'd like to hear where my inspiration ended up.
100+ Song titles part 1: 1-20.
1. Sick of a lot of Stuff.
2. Had his heart (rate) set on it.
3. Beat you to the Glass.
4. Spanish Pavillion
5. Mysteries and Malcontents.
6. Second Soul on the Left.
7. You wish it had meaning.
8. Nuts upon Dots.
9. Learn how to Spell before you Die.
10. Nothing this Service Obscures.
11. Restaurant Economy.
12. Metapunk Dendrite Revolution.
13. Upset about your Cold Feet.
14. Every Foreign Word.
15. I'm a Free Thinker and you should be too.
16. You Should Just Quit.
17. Old Shuffling Pretender.
19. The First Three Times I Quit Smoking.
20. Funny Fuzzy Ruddy.
I'll continue the list in a few days or a week.