Playlist Shuffle Tag

I got tagged (retroactively) by nickimags of The Secret Library to do the Playlist Shuffle Tag.

The rules:
**Put your music on shuffle and list the first 15 songs to play (no cheating).
**Tag 10 others to do it as well.

I’m keeping this localized to what’s on the device right now instead of letting it go nuts over a thousand years of tunes like on my home system.  *hits the shuffle button*

1. “Goodbye So Soon”  – Vincent Price, The Great Mouse Detective

 

2. “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend – Julie London, The Very Best of Julie London

 

3. “Fires at Midnight” – Blackmore’s Night, Fires at Midnight

 

4. “Luck Be a Lady” – Frank Sinatra, Nothing But the Best

 

5. “The Lighting of the Beacons” – Howard Shore, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, The Complete Recordings

 

6. “Buona Sera (Good Night)” – Louis Prima, Capitol Collectors Series

 

7. “Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo” – Verna Felton & James MacDonald, Cinderella

 

8. “It’s Probably Me” – Sting, Eric Clapton & Michael Kamen, Lethal Weapon 3

 

9. “Fleurs du Mal” – Sarah Brightman, Symphony

 

10. “The Ring of Fire” – Wojciech Kilar, Bram Stoker’s Dracula

 

11. “Music Box” – Philip Glass, Candyman

 

12. “God Help the Outcasts” – Heidi Mollenhauer, Chorus, The Hunchback of Notre Dame

 

13. “Kimble in the River” – James Newton Howard, The Fugitive

 

14. “Son of Man” – Phil Collins, Tarzan

 

15. “Han Solo and the Princess” – John Williams, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

As per usual, I’m not going to tag anyone since I’m not handing out awards or anything.  But if you’re interested in doing this one yourself, by all means, please do.  Have fun.

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