What's Your Theme Song?

  1. Thought this was pretty cool....

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    Mine was:

    Walking On Sunshine

    Your upbeat approach to life makes "Walking on Sunshine" the perfect anthem for you. We can see you dancing down the vegetable isle with your grocery cart, smiling at all the checkout clerks. We sure hope you've had your Wheaties to keep up with your perky pace all day long. This happy, horn-driven tune carries you to work every day. And even in those brief lapses when you're not fully on your game, "Walking On Sunshine" seems to put things in perspective and get you back to your super groove. "And don't it feel good?" Who cares that this tune was a one-hit wonder for Katrina and the Waves? Even that quality matches your one-of-a-kindness. You're walkin' on sunshine and spreading it wherever you go.


    Isn't this Wendy's????
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  2. 26 Comments

  3. by   Lausana
    Leslie, your theme song is Independent Woman!

    You could fit right in with Charlie's Angels themselves. When "Independent Woman" is cranking, your smooth and powerful groove announces your entrance to any event and nothing can get in your way. Maybe you're balancing school, sports, and a job. Or maybe you're seriously thinking about your career. Any way you slice it, you are a modern woman. When your song comes on the car radio, you turn it up and tell your passengers to hang on--you have a statement to make and a song to sing. You're a lass with sass, and plenty of sauce. Some of your girlfriends might not understand why you pay your own way on dates sometimes. But it makes sense to you. You can't be categorized by the usual labels. Hey, you've got your priorities straight and being dependent on someone all of the time is not one of them. And while strangers might be surprised enough to say, "Girl I didn't know you could get down like that," no one else is, 'cause you've proven your righteousness time and time again.


    Oh yeah, they got it right, I AM a lass with sass
    :chuckle
  4. by   WalMart_ADN
    groove is in the heart......

    Whether picking up white go-go boots at a second-hand store or rounding up the troops for dinner at the chicest sushi joint, you've got psychedelic diva written all over you. People like you make it cool to be groovy again, which is why "Groove is in the Heart" is your theme song. The bubblegum-meets-techno melody of your signature song gets you to jog that extra mile, or take on extra work with a jive-y cock of your head. Deee-Lite's dancehall fave never gets old playing in your head after each successful interview and promising date. Yes indeed, this is the soundtrack to those dee-lovely days and delicious nights when you've got an audience, and your phone number keeps coming up in conversation. But you'll only share your number with that special someone who can figure out "the depth of your hula groove," dig?



    *I* am a psychedelic diva haha
    Last edit by WalMart_ADN on Jan 10, '03
  5. by   cindyln
    cindy, your theme song is Dancing Queen!

    Whether it's throwing your own theme party or mixing it up on the karaoke stage, we can see you strutting towards the jukebox in platform, glitter boots and a skintight jumpsuit to the tune of your personal anthem, "Dancing Queen." You aren't just part of the scene, you make it
  6. by   JedsMom
    I Will Survive (I hope)
  7. by   kelligrl
    I am SASSY!!!

    Independent Woman

    You could fit right in with Charlie's Angels themselves. When "Independent Woman" is cranking, your smooth and powerful groove announces your entrance to any event and nothing can get in your way. Maybe you're balancing school, sports, and a job. Or maybe you're seriously thinking about your career. Any way you slice it, you are a modern woman. When your song comes on the car radio, you turn it up and tell your passengers to hang on--you have a statement to make and a song to sing. You're a lass with sass, and plenty of sauce. Some of your girlfriends might not understand why you pay your own way on dates sometimes. But it makes sense to you. You can't be categorized by the usual labels. Hey, you've got your priorities straight and being dependent on someone all of the time is not one of them. And while strangers might be surprised enough to say, "Girl I didn't know you could get down like that," no one else is, 'cause you've proven your righteousness time and time again.
  8. by   eltrip
    Dancing Queen!

    Works for me
  9. by   WashYaHands
    Mine was Walking on Sunshine too. Except for the perky part.

    Linda
  10. by   SKM-NURSIEPOOH
  11. by   Little One2
    My theme song was also walking on sunshine..

    Is this really legitimate? Everyone is getting the same song.
  12. by   Heather333
    My theme song is Dancing Queen

    *****?????????

    Heather
  13. by   JohnnyGage
    Hmmm.... I think I have a whole soundtrack worked out for my life:

    "Son of a Preacher Man", by Dusty Springfield is my running theme. (Yes, I'm the son of one.)

    "Love Shack" (B52s), "Groove is in the Heart" (Dee Lite), and "I Want Your Sex" (George Michael) pretty much sum up college.

    "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme (a Man after Midnight)", by ABBA would be my drag-queen song if I was one (and Kitty Broadview would be my name...)

    "Come Away with Me" (Norah Jones) was the first dance at my wedding.

    I'm sure I'll think of more...
  14. by   nessa1982
    Dancing Queen-hehe I remmber my parents listening to this song when I was little I would not wear a jumpsuit unless it was a costume party though hahaha

    Whether it's throwing your own theme party or mixing it up on the karaoke stage, we can see you strutting towards the jukebox in platform, glitter boots and a skintight jumpsuit to the tune of your personal anthem, "Dancing Queen." You aren't just part of the scene, you make it. You anticipate the good stuff in life, and with a theme song like yours, you're sure to get a lot of it. Crown jewel of the 70s, this Abba smash is expected to raise spirits in just about any environment, from dance floor to kitchen floor, and full-blown party. Yours is the comfort food of theme songs--steady and always welcome. Which is how your friends often view you. At your next soiree, it wouldn't surprise us if you danced with everyone for about 30 seconds, started a mambo line, then spun off to dance, jive, and have the time of your life as only a true Dancing Queen can.

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