Song of the Day

Song Of The Day: Barenaked Ladies “One Week”

Every time I hear this song by the Barenaked Ladies I can’t help but think of Jim stripping off in his bedroom…then his dad walking in, lol.

American Reunion hits our screens of the 5th May but I think I might just wait for the dvd – eekh!.

GEEK FACT: American Reunion was the film that popularized the term “MILF” – I love that.


Song Of The Day: Natasha Bedingfield “Pocket Full Of Sunshine”

OMG! I genuinely didn’t know that this song actually existed until 5 minutes ago! What an idiot. All this time I’ve been listening to the 1 minute version in Easy A when I could have been listening to the full track…idiot.

Anyway, this track has made me laugh so much throughout 2011 and even though I’ve probably listened to it over 1,000 times it is still gets me ever time!



Song of The Day: Sixpence None The Richer – “Kiss Me”

Every time I hear this song, it reminds me of the summer of 1999! Oh, the good old days.

Check out the super cute clip of Laney Boggs after her makeover in She’s All That below.

GEEK FACT: Rachael Leigh Cook’s character’s name, Laney Boggs, is a combination of the names of two characters played by Winona Ryder: Kim Boggs in Edward Scissorhands and Lelaina “Laney” Pierce in Reality Bites.




Song of The Day: Aerosmith – Dude (Looks Like A Lady)

Every time I hear this Aerosmith track it reminds me of Robin Williams in Mrs Doubtfire and I flippin love it!

GEEK FACT: Mrs. Doubtfire’s accent was inspired by Bill Forsyth, the Scottish film director that Robin Williams worked with on Being Human.

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Song of The Day: You’ve Got A Friend In Me By Randy Newman

This song reminds me of the good old days when my little brother used to make me and my family watch Toy Story about ten times a day – I’m not joking, the boy was obsessed.

GEEK FACT: “You’ve got a friend in me” reached number 119 in the UK singles chart in 1996 – I don’t care, I still love it.


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Song Of The Day: A Thousand Miles By Vanessa Carlton

Thanks to the super funny Terry Crews every time I hear this song it makes me laugh! ‘A Thousand Miles’ features on the 2004 comedy soundtrack White Chicks starring Marlon and Damon Wayans!