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peanut butter and chocolate!

I was struggling with how best to annotate my 500 songs list. The pop up text wasn't working because some of the annotations would be very long and I also wanted to include links with some of them. And then - light bulb! Hey, you got your songs in my website. No, you got your website in my songs! Errr...nevermind. Just click the link and you'll understand. Meanwhile, I've added a few songs and I have a list in front of me to add to the list later. I think today will be the day it gets finished and I can start annotating in earnest. With all that spare time I have. I can just imagine the conversation with my kids: Christmas tree? I don't have time to go shop for a tree! I have to explain to people why that Dead Milkmen song means so much to me! And then they commit me. Which they've been itching to do, anyhow. Just so they can put white lights on the tree when I'm not there.

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Two things. First of all, thanks. When I read the headline, my webernetified brain translated it into "IT'S PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME!" Which, technically, should be on everyone's top 500. OF SONGS THAT DESERVE TO BE IN HELL. And now I can't get it out of my head.

Secondly, the Bay City Rollers? Wow. That's...unfortunate. ;)

In all seriousness, that's a hell of a list for anyone who has ever had that "Boy, I wish I could think of something new to listen to" moment. Very diverse, full of cool stuff. Favorites and things I've never heard of. Nice work.

fantastic idea. Fabulous. Perfect. Etc. I'd copy it too if my weenis little offering in the round room already didn't suck up way too much time ;p

YEA - so excited to see "Pale Shelter" made the list :)))) No real comment. Just song-joy.