It's All In A Name... Part Two #4M #BOTB Results
Time again for Monday’s Music Moves Me, otherwise known as #4M or M4, depending upon whom you are conversing with. Today’s Theme is a freebie, so I’m going to continue on with my ‘It's All In a Name’ series. This is part two of a three part series.
I'm going to post this a few hours early, as my 'boss' has decided she needs to take the entire day off to see two minutes of darkness. Pfft. whatever. Mo' money for me. I've seen the darkness before, but as she wasn't even born when that last eclipse happened - she's experiencing the same emotions as a teenage virgin. I just hope she isn't disappointed when it only lasts two minutes or less.
Before we get started with today's post, let's go over the Battle of the Bands Results.
The battle was a cover of ‘The Boys Are Back In Town', with the contenders being Bon Jovi, The BusBoys, and Everclear.
There were just a couple of you that caught on to my 'oops'. I was very tired when I put together the battle. I had to do some shuffling of posts in order to come up with a battle that fit in the Monday's Music Moves Me Theme of 'songs with boys names'. Okay, so 'The Boys Are Back In Town' was a bit of a stretch to get it into the theme, but close enough. So... when I listened to the 'covers' I honestly thought 'Wow! The BusBoys are really putting their own spin on the tune' I listed a few times and thought the chorus was 'close enough' and besides, I like their sound. Well, apparently, I was sleeping on the job, because a few of you pointed out that it wasn't even the same song! Same title, different lyrics. Ah well... I still think they were pretty good contenders. Next time - more caffeine will be on tap!
The final results:
The BusBoys with 8 votes
Everclear with 2 votes
Everclear with 2 votes
Bon Jovi with 6 votes
Thank you everyone for taking the time to cast your vote! We'll have a new round of battles on September 14th, with new songs and new contenders.
Now onto today's regular post:
As you may recall, in part one of the series, we had songs with male names in the title. Part two will consist of songs with female names in the title.
There are very many (a gazillion and one - I counted!) songs with female names in the title. I've narrowed it down to just five.
Sara Smile - Hall & Oates
Annie's Song - John Denver
Jane - Jefferson Starship
Oh Sherrie - Steve Perry
The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie - Red Hot Chili Peppers
What are some of your favorite songs that have female names in the titles?
Today’s post is part of the Monday’s Music Moves Me blog hop, hosted by X-Mas Dolly, and co-hosted by JAmerican Spice, Stacy Uncorked and Curious as a Cathy. Be sure to stop by the hosts and visit the other participants.