March Madness 2019 - A List

Any guesses on what the list of the songs might be down below?
  • The best make-out songs in the history of the world according to yours truly
  • The songs I like to listen to when I wear my beanie propellor and nothing else
  • The songs I like to boombox outside my neighbor's window
  • The songs that make me want to juggle teddy bears while breakdancing to the sounds of a dishwasher
  • The playlist I crank up when I need to give myself a prostate exam
  • The music that helps me get through my book of the month club selection. This month it was "How to Shit in the Woods: An Environmentally Sound Approach to a Lost Art" 
  • The jams that help me work on my Wine for Cats collection. I think I am really close to perfecting my Pinot Meow recipe.
  • All of the songs I watched/listened to on YouTube one night a few weeks ago while staying up way too late enjoying a few adult beverages. 

  1. Sam Outlaw – Trouble 
  2. Bon Jovi – Bed of Roses 
  3. Linkin Park – Bed of Roses 
  4. Brad Paisley – Anything Like Me 
  5. Angie Keilhauer – Born To Drive 
  6. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Californication 
  7. Lady Gaga – I’ll Never Love Again 
  8. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Dani California 
  9. Brian Fallon – Smoke 
  10.  Red Hot Chili Peppers – Scar Tissue 
  11. Brian Fallon – A Wonderful Life 
  12. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Otherside 
  13. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Can’t Stop 
  14. Brian Fallon – Painkillers 
  15. Brad Paisley – Letter To Me 
  16. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper – Shallow 
  17. The Gaslight Anthem – Here Comes My Man 
  18. Three Days Grace – I Hate Everything About You 
  19. Breaking Benjamin – The Diary of Jane 
  20. Linkin Park – What’ I’ve Done 
  21. Roxette – Listen To Your Heart 
  22. Spandau Ballet – True 
  23. No Doubt – Speak 
  24. Radiohead – Creep 
  25. Nirvana – The Man Who Sold The World 
  26. Nirvana – Heart-Shaped Box 
  27. Martina McBride – A Broken Wing 
  28. Lady Antebellum – Need You Know 
  29. The Gaslight Anthem – American Slang 
  30. Cross Canadian Ragweed – Alabama 
  31. The Calling – Wherever You Go 
  32. Clay Walker – This Woman and This Man 
  33. Goo Goo Dolls – Name 
  34. Motley Crue – Home Sweet Home 
  35. Air Supply – All Out Of Love 
  36. Guns N’ Roses – Patience 
  37. George Strait – I Cross My Heart 
  38. Roxette – Spending My Time 
  39. Brad Paisley – He Didn’t Have To Be 
  40. Roger Clyne and The Peacemakers – Love Is the Road 
  41. Randy Rogers Band – Kiss Me In The Dark  
  42. Easton Corbin – A Girl Like You 
  43. Brian Fallon – Steve McQueen 
  44. Seether – Broken 
  45. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Snow (Hey Oh) 
  46. The Refreshments – Mekong 
  47. George Strait – The Chair 
  48. Green Day – Boulevard of Broken Dreams 
  49. Weezer – Take On Me 
  50. Train – Drops of Jupiter 
  51. Five For Fighting – Superman 
  52. Five For Fighting – 100 Years 
  53. Jim Croce – Operator
I wish it was the jams that are helping me with the Pinot Meow but it's everything I listened to on YouTube one night when I stayed up way too late. 
Conservatively at 3-4 minutes a song, we are looking at about 159-212 minutes (2.65-3.53 hours) of Mr. Shife rocking out. 
Well, not necessarily rocking out.
There are a few power ballads on that list. 
It would be interesting to get all of my musical choices psychoanalyzed by a professional. 
Brian Fallon and The Red Hot Chili Peppers appear to be my favorites on this particular evening. 
Let me know what you think about me and my music.
Hope you are well. Thanks for stopping by and I will talk to you tomorrow.

I will persevere. I will keep moving forward. I will be the stream. 


  1. Wow, our tastes in music have no overlap at all, Mr. S. - lol
    But going down the musical rabbit hole on the internet? Right there with ya!

    Have a good weekend!

  2. Foo Fighters and Manic Mantra & The Loshas (J's high school bands :-)

  3. Hee hee I am in total darkness in that I know none of the songs mentioned which doesn't allow me to give an opinion on your good self.

  4. Very nice list! Add The Cold Still by Boxer Rebellion.....


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