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SteelyMan

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  1. These are a few "everything will be alright" songs. Modest Mouse - Float On Steely Dan - Any Major Dude Will Tell You The Five Stairsteps - Ooh, Child The Beta Band - Dry the Rain Johnny Nash - I Can See Clearly Now The Traveling Wilburys - End of the Line Bob Marley & the Wailers - Three Little Birds Frou Frou - Let Go Coldplay - Don't Panic Jimmy Cliff - The Harder They Come
  2. Go for it, my girlfriend and I wouldn't be together if she didn't get the nerve to come clean. Fruit Bats - When U Love Somebody Ella Fitzgerald - I've Got a Crush On You Paul Simon - Something So Right Harry Connick Jr. - It Had to Be You Bonnie Raitt - One Belief Away The Lovin' Spoonful - You Didn't Have to Be So Nice Counting Crows - Accidentally in Love
  3. Queen - You're My Best Friend Bonnie Raitt - Something to Talk About
  4. Well, off the top of my head, Mott the Hoople - All the Young Dudes -- mentions the Beatles and the Stones The Who - You Better You Bet -- mentions T. Rex The Who - The Seeker -- mentions Bob Dylan and the Beatles Steely Dan - Everything You Did -- mentions the Eagles Steely Dan - Hey Nineteen -- mentions Aretha Franklin Counting Crows - Mr. Jones -- mentions Bob Dylan Bowling for Soup - 1985 -- whole bunch of stuff, Van Halen, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Nirvana, U2 etc. Mary Chapin Carpenter - I Feel Lucky -- mentions Dwight Yokam and Lyle Lovett
  5. These songs give me a warm feeling. Everything will be okay. Jimmy Cliff - The Harder They Come Traveling Wilburys - End of the Line Modest Mouse - Float On The Five Stairsteps - Ooh, Child Coldplay - Don't Panic Steely Dan - Any Major Dude Will Tell You Bob Marley - Three Little Birds John Lennon - Instant Karma!
  6. From the DVD commentaries: "I should say Simon and Garfunkel were extremely generous in letting us have that song." "It was just their management and thier agents and them being extremely generous and really being moved by the scene and allowing us to have it, 'cause we couldn't afford what they deserved for it." and on the soundtrack album, thanks is given to artists who cut their fees dramatically. This all leads me to believe that they did indeed have to pay them, but not as much.
  7. Lovage has an album called "Music to Make Love to Your Old Lady By" Check out "Strangers on a Train" It's hott.
  8. My 3 sources for music info: 1. Google 2. allmusic 3. ebay
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