Disclaimer: this post is for humor only. No one needs to read anything in to this post. It is time to laugh kids, it is time to laugh.
The theme for today revolves around the word: "waiting." Right now, our good friend M is waiting and waiting rather patiently too I would add. While I am sitting around as some sleep and others are at the store, I thought I would see how many good songs I could post that involve the word "waiting." And, I think, I got at least one song for everyone. Hopefully, while M waits, she will have a good soundtrack to enjoy.
May the pot boil!!!
The best song for me, of course, is Leonard Cohen's "Waiting for the Miracle." Even though this video is not the official video, it deserves the top billing if for no other reasons since I am here, awake, and posting the entry.
Besides "Waiting for a Miracle," here is a selective list of key songs and play excerpts that focus on the word "waiting." Remember, this is a selective list: no Jonas Brothers, Jenifer Whomever, John Mayer, or Richard Marx though I am not sure how Foreigner made the list. Also, remember, this is for laughs only as it is time to laugh. And, finally, now that I think about it, these are some damn good songs. Enjoy your Sunday.
One of the best ever: The Velvet Underground, "I'm Waiting for my Man."
For all of the punks in the audience tonight: Fugazi, "Waiting Room"
For Harrogate, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, "Waiting Is the Hardest Part"
For Oxymoron, maybe: Foreigner, "Waiting for a Girl Like You"
Another classic: The Rolling Stones, "Waiting on a Friend."
From The Garden State Soundtrack, Zero 7, "In the Waiting Line."
One of the best performers, ever: Annie Lennox, "Waiting in Vain."
A Classic: New Order, "Waiting for the Siren's Call"
Another classic: Depeche Mode, "Waiting for the Night"
For all of the Gap Punks in the audience tonight: Green Day, "Waiting"
For SupaDiscoMama: Gwen Stefani, "What You Waiting For?" (FIY- The Bean likes this song, a lot, as she dances in her high chair.)
Odd- Act I of Samuel Beckett's, "Waiting for Godot."
Odder, but kid friendly: From Monsterpiece Theatre, "Waiting for Elmo"
And last, but not least, Jack Johnson, "Sitting, Waiting, Watching."