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What's your favorite "you can do it!" motivational song?

if you answer you will have my undying affection for the day...

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From: ex_sinnie785 Date: May 24th, 2004 01:24 pm (UTC) (Link)
Hello City - Barenaked Ladies

It just makes things go well. =D
From: grapesoda Date: May 24th, 2004 01:52 pm (UTC) (Link)
pressure drop-Toots and the maytals
snidegrrl From: snidegrrl Date: May 24th, 2004 01:53 pm (UTC) (Link)

why no, i haven't needed these before...

Bee Gees - Stayin Alive
Carly Simon - Let The River Run (from the Working Girl Sndtrk)
Elton John - I'm Still Standing
Fleetwood Mac - Don't Stop Thinkin' About Tomorrow
Hedwig & the Angry Inch - Wig in a Box
Mama Cass - Make Your Own Kind of Music
New Young Radicals - You Get What You Give
U2 - It's a Beautiful Day

And finally...

ABBA - Super Trouper

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cider From: cider Date: May 24th, 2004 02:15 pm (UTC) (Link)
Some songs just get me moving. If that's what you need, here's what I'd recommend:

Kyrie Eleison - Mr. Mister
It's Raining Men - The Weathergirls
I'm Free - Soup Dragons

Granted, the "I'm free, to do what I want, any old time..." Soup Dragons song is really a throwback to my angst-ridden teen days, but I find it's still capable of turning on my can-do attitude. Furthermore, it pushes me to do something just to prove to others that I CAN do it. :)
o_w_t_fairies From: o_w_t_fairies Date: May 24th, 2004 02:57 pm (UTC) (Link)
Tub-thumping by Chumbawumba -- "I get knocked down, but I get up again, ain't ever gonna keep me down". It's good. I sing it a lot ;)
c_vista From: c_vista Date: May 24th, 2004 04:31 pm (UTC) (Link)

kinda obscure

"Coming up from Behind" by Marcy Playground. Love the song. It's on the 'Cruel Intentions' soundtrack, of all places.

"Mellie's Coming Over" - by Letters to Cleo, Aurora Gory Alice

"not too soon" - by Throwing Muses - can't remember what album offhand. I actually have no idea what this song's about. I just like the lyric, "It's not too soon he said/ Not too soon at all./You might as well be dead, he said,/ If you're afraid to fall."

Hmmm -- there's "Snow Day", by Lisa Loeb. And, for some reason "Me and Julio down by the Schoolyard" Paul Simon.
From: lisabelle Date: May 25th, 2004 04:50 am (UTC) (Link)
'Falling Into Place' - Mike Viola & the Candy Butchers.
'Where The Streets Have No Name' - U2.
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