|Conquering Central Park's Cat Hill|
Further on Up The Road – Bruce Springsteen: Irony plays into my first song again (last year it was Travelling Without Running by EMF)
Regulator – Clutch Good powerful pace song -- made me think of The Walking Dead episode Nebraska
Same Direction – INXS Peppy song - wanted to jump up and down like Hutch would at shows
Policy of Truth – Depeche Mode I always crank DM - good beat. Dave ran by my side
After Midnight – Eric Clapton I wish it was after midnight - I'd be done. How many more miles?
Star Dog Champion – Mother Love Bone Yes! Some MLB
Papa Was a Rolling Stone – George Michael Good energy - but church choir led me thru this mile
Maneater – Hall and Oates Hit forward on this one
Call of Ktulu – Metallica \m/ \m/ Yes!!!!!
Lonely Days – Bee Gees Good morning mr sunshine -- he brightened my day for sure
Uncle Albert / Hands Across the Water – Paul McCartney and Wings The butter wouldn't melt!!
The Weight – Umphreys McGee Sweet Jesus - I was crying when this played.
Midnight Rider – Allman Brothers I don't remember this song
Headlong – Queen Great song with a driving beat
Up Al Night – Slaughter I never would have thought I would hear this running a marathon
Fat Bottomed Girls / Good Times – Umphreys McGee I was at the show!!!!! Smiles from me
Livin’ in the City – Stevie Wonder Made me miss NY:(
Harlem – Bill Withers Really made me miss NY:(
Kyrie Elaison – Mister Mister I need this at the end -- not now silly Shuffle
Small Victory – Faith No More I wanted to jump like Mike Patton - too much energy waste though
Saints are Coming – U2 Took me down Carson street - flat, very flat Carson street
Never Let Me Down – Depeche Mode Heard this while crossing Birmingham Bridge
Slider – Gavin Friday Made it half way up Forbes and needed a faster beat
Crocket’s Theme – Miami Vice Woo hoo!!! Crocket and Tubbs
When the Levee Breaks – Led Zeppelin My levee may break -- Half Way Point
I Wanna Be Sedated – Ramones Always a good tune to pick up the pace
Desperately – Slaughter Desperately needed some dance tunes
The Drugs Don’t Work – The Verve Enough with the damn drugs -- I just want a beer!!
Should I Stay or Should I Go – The Clash Don't remember this song
Blood Sugar Sex Magik – Red Hot Chili Peppers Imagined that Keidas wrote this for me (delirium)
Ballad of John and Yoko – Beatles Thought of my hubby and how proud I was of him
How Soon is Now – Smiths Too mellow -- I really needed speed metal at this point
I Got Life – Hair Or a good Broadway show tune
Angel Dance – Robert Plant Love you my Golden God but I hit forward
Me and Julio – Umphreys McGee I salsa'd this song (in my mind at least)
House is Rockin – Stevie Ray Vaughan Nice beat - kept me going
Riot Act – Skid Row Little too angry for me at this point - hit forward
Handle with Care – Travelling Wilburries Love this song - but need to rethink it being on marathon list
Letter to NYC – Beastie Boys MCA!!!! He had passed that weekend so this song was perfect!!!
I Can Hear the Hills – North Mississippi All Stars I can hear the freaking hills my ass ... I feel them!!
Too Funky – George Michael Runway walking with Derek Jeter -- long long story but go with it
Edge of Glory – Lady Haha Wondered if Gaga would run in a pair of Louboutin's
Free Bird – Lynyrd Skynard Too late -- needed this song earlier
Don’t Dream it’s Over – Crowded House Fave song in the world -- but not what I needed
Yellow – Coldplay The hubby's ring tone -- I began to miss him.
Home Sweet Home – Motely Crue Skip
Alive – Pearl Jam yes - I found the true meaning to this song
Touch of Grey – DSO Made me smile - cause I was at the show throwing m&ms at the keyboardist
Cowboys from Hell – Pantera Yes -- I will destroy this course!!!!
Fun Lovin’ Criminals – Fun Lovin’ Criminals Too slow -- made me want to saunter down Delancy Street
Personal Jesus – Depeche Mode Mile 23 -- Beer -- Dave Gahan -- Me HAPPY
Lady with a Spinning Head – U2 Beer will do that to you
Gimme Shelter – Rolling Stones Mile 24 into 25. I will forever relate this to the last song I heard while running my first marathon.