Question of the day

If you had to have one piece of music softly playing in your mind for the rest of your life, what would you want it to be?

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9 Responses to Question of the day

  1. jwcooper3 says:

    Just one? Wow that’s tough….

    Probably Octivarium by Dream Theater…

  2. SKL says:

    You ask all the hard questions. ONE piece? Is there any piece of music that I wouldn’t eventually go crazy hearing again and again? I have a favorite piece of piano music by Mozart that never ceases to impress me. So, maybe that one. Or a meaningful song like “You’re the Best Thing that Ever Happened to Me” or “What a Wonderful World?” Then there is this totally amazing love song in Portuguese on my Putamayo CDs whose name means something like “longing.” Though I don’t know Portuguese, the performance of the song knocks me out every time I hear it. But if I heard it 1000 times a day? I’m not sure it still would. In short, I don’t think I could ever decide on the answer to your question. But I’ll enjoy reading what others say.

  3. Joy says:

    I think I’d go with American Pie.

  4. nikki says:

    Up where we belong by Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes. I love that song. It plays at the end of one of my favorite movies, Chances Are.

  5. Sue says:

    Pachelbel’s Cannon in D. It was my favorite song to play in band in high school, I walked down the aisle to it, and it will be played at my funeral. It makes me teary every time I hear it.

  6. Jane says:

    anything by JS Bach. It’s calming and not funeral like.

  7. candi says:

    The sound of my kids laughing from the belly, playing in my mind always, makes me happy and smile.

  8. jderickson says:

    I would get sick of anything (except my wife and son telling me they love me) But as far as song’s go. Tom petty Runnin’ down a dream and the cranberries linger. Awesome looking out the window music trust me.

  9. Pammy says:

    on the wings of a dove

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