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I was just thinking of popular songs with a cachy theme :

 

How about 'Put the message in box' (I think that's the title) by World party

 

Put the message in the box

Put the box into the car

Drive the car around the world

Until you get home

 

Or possibly 'We're on the road to nowhere' by the Talking Heads ?

 

Any ideas ?

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Here are a few geocachy sounding titles I pulled off some of my CD's (OK well maybe they're all not so popular):

 

This Must Be The Place - Talking Heads

Signal In The Sky - The Apples in Stereo

Sattellite - The Replacements

Dig Me Out - Sleater Kinny

The Closer You Are - Guided By Voices

The Walk - The Cure

All We Ever Look For - Kate Bush

Roam - B52's

Go For It - Stiff Little Fingers

How Far - Beth Orton

Nowhere Near - Yo La Tengo

Grab It - Dinosaur Jr.

Letterbox - They Might Be Giants

Walk On By - Cake / The Stranglers / Dionne Warwick

Searchin' - The Coasters

Obsessed - 999

I Still Have't Found What I'm Looking For - U2

The Thrill of It All - Roxy Music

Under the Bridge - Red Hot Chili Peppers

Following - The Bangles

Sattelite of Love - Velvet Uderground

Go West - Liz Phair

Police and Theives - The Clash

Take a Walk - Spoon

The Climb - No Doubt

Exactly Were I'm At - Ween

Dead Leaves and The Dirty Ground - White Stripes

Somewhere - Husker Du

Many Roads - Clannad

The Adventure and the Resolution - Frank Black

Hiking Stick - Barbara Manning

The Boy With The Thorn In His Side - The Smiths

LOST - Iggy Pop

Searchin n Hidin - Paul Westberg

Its So Obvious - Wire

Side of the Road - Lucinda Williams

Using Our Feet - Badly Drawn Boy

We're Here - The Meat Puppets

 

And for plundered caches:

Only the Stones Remain - The Soft Boys

Gone For Good - Morphine

 

And in honor of McToy's:

Trash - The New York Dolls

Total Trash - Sonic Youth

 

And there always:

Jeremy - Pearl Jam

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Ok, I'll bite...

 

You have to blame my father for the fact that this song is close enough to the surface of my memory for me to recall it here:

 

On the Road Again - Willie Nelson

 

MaisOui :0)

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Hi Ho

 

Hi Ho

 

Its off to cache we go

 

Hi Ho

 

Hi Ho

 

...

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How about "Seven Bridges Road" by the Eagels

 

OR

 

"Midnight Rider" by the Allman Brothers for you night cachers

 

AND....

 

If you can't cache because of the weather....

 

"Blame it on the Rain" by Milli Vanilli

 

or

 

"Ice, Ice, Baby" by Vanilla Ice :o:lol::lol::lol:

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Banjo-Jim in Michigan has adapted two songs into Geocaching songs and has performed them at our Winter Socials. We have recordings of them this year. Once they are ready and with his permission I'll post them.

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The Closer you get,

The Further I fall,

I'll be over the edge now,

In no time at all.

 

I,m wathching the screen,

on my new GPS.

It so good to be out West,

I just looked up,

from the screen and then.

I was over the edge

and on my head.

 

The Closer you got,

The further I fell,

That ammo box,

went down the trail.

It hit the tree ,

and into the rock.

 

At that very moment

Stunned and amazed

Is when I realized

That

GEOCACHING ROCKS

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Stand in the place where you live

Now face north

Think about direction

Wonder why you haven’t

Now stand in the place where you work

Now face west

Think about the place where you live

Wonder why you haven’t before

 

If you are confused, check with the sun

Carry a compass to help you along

Your feet are going to be on the ground

Your head is there to move you around, so

 

(repeat chorus)

 

Your feet are going to be on the ground

Your head is there to move you around

If wishes were trees, the trees would be falling

Listen to reason

Season is calling

 

(repeat chorus)

 

If wishes were trees, the trees would be falling

Listen to reason

Reason is calling

Your feet are going to be on the ground

Your head is there to move you around

 

So stand (stand)

Now face north

Think about direction

Wonder why you haven’t

Now stand (stand)

Now face west

Think about the place where you live

Wonder why you haven’t

 

(repeat chorus)

 

Stand in the place where you are (now face north)

Stand in the place where you are (now face west)

Your feet are going to be on the ground (stand in the place where you are)

Your head is there to move you around, so stand

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Now what are the chances of two threads about geocaching songs in the same day? Odd!

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Ramblin' Man by Lemon Jelly!

:-p

MarcB

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Ramblin' Man by Lemon Jelly!

:-p

MarcB

Isn't that song by the Allmen Brothers?

 

Brian Snat...I can honestly say I only heard of 2 songs and about 6 of the artists from your entire list. What are you listening to? :lol:

 

Or am I that far out of touch?

 

Salvelinus

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My Vote....

 

Escape Club

I'll Be There

 

over Mountains

 

over Trees

 

over Oceans

 

over Seas

 

across the desert

 

I'll be there

 

in a whisper on the wind

 

on the smile of a new friend

 

just think of me

 

And I'll be there

 

Don't be afraid, oh my love

 

I'll be watching you from above

 

And I'd give all the world tonight,to be with you

 

Because I'm on your side,

 

And I still careI may have died,but I've gone nowhere

 

Just think of me,

 

And I'll be there

 

On the edge of a waking dream

 

over Rivers

 

over Streams

 

through Wind and Rain

 

I'll be there

 

Across the wide and open sky

 

thousands of miles I'd flyto be with you

 

I'll be there

 

Don't be afraid, oh my love

 

I'll be watching you from above

 

And I'd give all the world tonight,

 

to be with you

 

Because I'm on your side,

 

And I still careI may have died,

 

but I've gone nowhere

 

Just think of me,

 

And I'll be there

 

In the breath of a wind that sighs

 

oh, there's no need to cry

 

Just think of me,And I'll be there

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Ramblin' Man by Lemon Jelly!

:-p

MarcB

Isn't that song by the Allmen Brothers?

 

Brian Snat...I can honestly say I only heard of 2 songs and about 6 of the artists from your entire list. What are you listening to? :lol:

 

Or am I that far out of touch?

 

Salvelinus

I think they've done a song with the same name- no relation at all though. The one by Lemon Jelly is very good (as is the rest of their music).

MarcB

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Brian Snat...I can honestly say I only heard of 2 songs and about 6 of the artists from your entire list. What are you listening to?

 

Well some of my nearly 2,000 CD's and 600 vinyl records. Also college and underground radio stations, where I find some great new stuff. Its funny, the looks I get from some nose ringed, hipster record store employees when they see a middle aged, grey haired guy like me buying these CD's

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ZZ Top Afterburner

 

I'm picking up on a signal

that's in the air tonight.

It's sparkin' my receiver,

it feels like dynamite.

I got the message

but I wanna get it straight from you.

 

My mind is electric,

I'm about to blow a fuse.

The cockpit is empty

so shoot it down the tube.

I got the message

but I wanna get it straight from you.

 

I've got to make a connection.

I'm on needles and pins.

Workin' up a printout

and I'm gonna zero in.

I got the message

but I wanna get it straight from you.

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Here are a few more that haven't been mentioned. Care of a Songs to cache by CD I picked up in a cache a while back.

 

Spinning Around -- Kylie Minogue

Hunting High and Low --A-Ha

Satellite -- Dave Matthews Band

Doubleback -- ZZ Top

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Brian Snat...I can honestly say I only heard of 2 songs and about 6 of the artists from your entire list. What are you listening to?

 

Well some of my nearly 2,000 CD's and 600 vinyl records. Also college and underground radio stations, where I find some great new stuff. Its funny, the looks I get from some nose ringed, hipster record store employees when they see a middle aged, grey haired guy like me buying these CD's

Hmm, I thought the exact opposite. I have heard of or own CD's (got rid of all my vinyl except 50 10 years ago) by all but a few of those artists. I figure I should look them up since BS & I seem to have similar taste in music.

Even though I listen to music all the time, I have a horrible voice and rarely sing.

However I have been known to belt out The Lumberjack Song by Monty Python when I'm waaay out in the woods. :):):o

Adding to this list-

Road to Nowhere-Talking Heads

and um check out the sig line...

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Here's my song list for the mix CD I put in mine. Not very "popular" but it's what I found in my cd collection.

 

Dirtbag’s Mad Geo-Beats

 

Everybody Be Cool………………………George Clooney

Hide………………………………...........Creed

Tool Finds the Simpsons…………………Tool

Find My Baby…………………………….Moby

Everybody’s Got Something to Hide…….Beatles

This is the Place………………………….Red Hot Chili Peppers

In Hiding……………………………........Pearl Jam

Where are You?………………………….Days of the New

Send Me on My Way………………….....Rusted Root

Trynna Find My Way……………….……Nelly Furtado

Going to the River…………………….…Eric Sardinas

What You’re Look’n For……………..….Zack Wylde

Running Blind……………………….…...Godsmack

Lost Not Found………………………..…Dirty Vegas

Won’t Find it Here…………………….…Black Lable Society

Which Way are You Goin’?………….…..Jim Croce

Lost and Found……………………….…..Brooks and Dunn

Always with Me, Always with You……….Joe Satriani

Here, There, and Everywhere…………....Beatles

Somewhere Over the Rainbow………..….Steve Vai

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When ever I go caching I can hear this one song in my mind.

Prayer from Final Fantasy 7

 

I also enjoy singing "Drunken Lullabies" by Flogging Molly, I'm not sure why though, I guess it's just catchy.

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Point of no return - Kansas

Running on Empty - Jackson Brown

Sausilita Summernight - Diesel (hacked the towns spelling)

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I usually get the "Country Bears" soundtrack going through my head.....here's why John Hiatt could have had a really good caching tune, had he put some of these songs together.

 

"Let It Ride" talks about where you're coming from and where you're going to....

sun in your face...hole in your shoe

 

"Where Nobody Knows My Name" mentions a town down the road where I ain't been before..... nobody knows my name, or what I'm looking for

 

"Straight To The Heart" says things like:

we take the long way around, we get lost and we get found.......climbing mountains crossing streams..... shortest distance from lonely ... going to find a way to go

 

which brings us to "It's Just The Going"

 

nobody else can be showing which way to go....and you're not even sure where you're going to......Sometimes It's just the going :rolleyes:

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I've contemplated this further and have come up with these great songs:

(click the links to go to the download site)

 

Jethro and Vash at the Fair

 

Journey of Solitude

 

Prayer

 

Bonds of Sea and Fire

 

Chu Chu's Flight

 

Metal Gear May Cry

 

A Storm in the Desert

 

Braving Tal Tal Heights

 

Pirates of Dragon Roost Isle

 

Fear Not

 

Shepherd Won't Alone

 

I have chosen these songs not so much for their lyrics (considering none of them have lyrics), but for the music. These songs emit a sort of "epicness" befitting a cache hunt, especially one that requires a good hike and ends with a true feeling of triumph!

 

Oh, and don't worry about the legality of downloading any of these, they're all prefectly legal, they were made to be downloaded.

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Either I missed it, or no one has yet mentioned the Man in Black!

 

I've Been Everywhere , by Johnny Cash (Cache)

 

Who knew that Johnny was a GeoCacher? Enjoy.

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i'll never know what you'll find when you

open up your letterbox tomorrow

'cause a little bird never tells me anything

i want to know, she's my best friend

she's a sparrow

 

and i'll never know what you never never

want to know when you know

what you are, o.

 

yeah, i can relate they might be giants to geocaching. my two loves. oh yeah, and there's my boyfriend too; does he count?

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Either I missed it, or no one has yet mentioned the Man in Black!

 

I've Been Everywhere , by Johnny Cash (Cache)

 

Who knew that Johnny was a GeoCacher? Enjoy.

Good choice since there is also an english versionUK version by Rolf Harris.

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Remember Frank Sinatra's "I hit the highway?" (or somethin' like that).

 

And now, the park is near, and so I face the final curtain.

Too soon, I will be done, I'll find the cache, of that I'm certain.

I'll search down every trail, I'll cover each and every by-way,

and then, what will I do, I'll hit the highway.

 

Regrets, I've had a few, a dnf, that I'll not mention

I've grouched around the thorns, and I've complained, and felt the tension.

I've waded through the swamp, where it was dawmp, left no exemption.

And then, what do I do, I hit the highway.

 

For what is a man, what has he got

a gps, else he has nought.

The record shows ('cause it's time to end this thing), 1 with two zeroes,

Now, I'll hit the HI.................way!

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a caching friend of mine wrote a countrywesternish song called "dont tell my wife im out geocaching". its really funny.

 

"dont tell my wife im out geocaching

she thinks im gettin drunk at a bar..."

 

and thats all i can remember. :rolleyes:

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Either I missed it, or no one has yet mentioned the Man in Black!

 

I've Been Everywhere , by Johnny Cash  (Cache)

 

Who knew that Johnny was a GeoCacher?  Enjoy.

Good choice since there is also an english versionUK version by Rolf Harris.

That looks more Aussie or NZ than UK.

 

Oh, and the US version was orginally recorded and was on the Billboard charts in the early 60s by Hank Snow. Though the Man in Black's version isn't bad either.

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Remember Frank Sinatra's "I hit the highway?" (or somethin' like that).

 

And now, the park is near, and so I face the final curtain.

Too soon, I will be done, I'll find the cache, of that I'm certain.

I'll search down every trail, I'll cover each and every by-way,

and then, what will I do, I'll hit the highway.

 

Regrets, I've had a few, a dnf, that I'll not mention

I've grouched around the thorns, and I've complained, and felt the tension.

I've waded through the swamp, where it was dawmp, left no exemption.

And then, what do I do, I hit the highway.

 

For what is a man, what has he got

a gps, else he has nought.

The record shows ('cause it's time to end this thing), 1 with two zeroes,

Now, I'll hit the HI.................way!

:rolleyes:B):lol:B)

 

But "dawmp"? Come on, Robes.

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The lunatic is on the grass

The lunatic is on the grass

Remembering games and daisy chains and laughs

Got to keep the loonies on the path

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Either I missed it, or no one has yet mentioned the Man in Black!

 

I've Been Everywhere , by Johnny Cash (Cache)

 

Who knew that Johnny was a GeoCacher? Enjoy.

The Man in Black is awesome may he rest in peace :rolleyes: .

 

On a lighter note here are my nominations:

Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon-Queen

I'm in Love With My Car-Queen

More Than a Feeling-Boston

Alice's Restaurant-Arlo Guthrie

Beer Run-?

Where is My Mind-Pixies

Just a Phase-Incubus(Yeah right thats what I said 6 months ago)

Sasquatch-Tenacious D

Kiss the Dirt(Falling Down the Mountain)-?

Blowing in the Wind-Bob Dylan

Rainbow Country-Bob Marley

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You're Lost Little Girl by The Doors.

 

Tried my new gps today lol.

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How about the German folk song The Happy Wanderer:

 

I love to go a-wandering

Along the mountain track

And as I go, I love to sing,

My knapsack on my back.

Falleri, Fallera,

Falleri, Fallera ha ha ha ha ha

Falleri, Fallera,

My knapsack on my back.

 

I love to wander by the stream

That dances in the sun,

So joyously it calls to me,

Come join my happy song.

Falleri, Fallera . . . .

 

I wave my hat to all I see,

And they wave back to me

And blackbirds all so loud and sweet

From every greenwood tree.

Falleri, Fallera . . . .

 

O may I go a-wandering

Until the day I die,

O may I always laugh and sing

Beneath God's clear blue sky.

Falleri, Fallera . . . .

 

Happy Caching! :rolleyes:

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How about the German folk song The Happy Wanderer:

 

You forgot a verse:

 

I love to go a wandering,

with pvc in-hand.

With dark-skinned brother,

by my side,

O wouldn't that be grand.

 

Fal-der-eee, fal-der-ahhh

Fal-der-eee,

in the lo-o-o-o-ock-up,

fal-der-eee, fal-der-ahhh

und schwenken meinen hut. :rolleyes:B)

 

B) and as to "dawmp," that's how Frank sang it.

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Hello muddah, hello faddah

Here I am at Camp Granada

Camp is very entertaining

And they say we'll have some fun if it stops raining.

 

I went hiking with Joe Spivy

He developed poison ivy

You remember Leonard Skinner

He got ptomaine poisoning last night after dinner.

 

All the counselors hate the waiters

And the lake has alligators

And the head coach wants no sissies

So he reads to us from something called Ulysses.

 

How I don't want this should scare ya

But my bunkmate has malaria

You remember Jeffrey Hardy

They're about to organize a searching party.

 

Take me home, oh muddah, faddah

Take me home, I hate Granada

Don't leave me out in the forest where

I might get eaten by a bear.

Take me home I promise I will not make noise

Or mess the house with other boys.

Oh please don't make me stay

I've been here one whole day.

 

Dearest faddah, darling muddah,

How's my precious little bruddah

Let me come home, if you miss me

I would even let Aunt Bertha hug and kiss me.

 

Wait a minute, it's stopped hailing.

Guys are swimming, guys are sailing

Playing baseball, gee that's better

Muddah, faddah kindly disregard this letter.

 

I also like tongue twisters.

 

Some of my favorites:

 

Birdie birdie in the sky laid a turdie in my eye. If cows could fly I'd have a cow pie in my eye.

 

And

 

I'm not a pheasant plucker I'm the pheasant plucker's mate. I'm only here plucking pheasant 'cause the pheasant plucker's late.

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Tried my new gps today lol.

and....?

Yep, hooked.

 

Found one of them no problem (I already knew the basic area anyway). The other one I couldn't find. I found the SPOT but not the cache. I'll keep my eye on the page and go look again if someone else finds it. I think it is gone though. I posted a dnf. I have another one to try after work. This weekend I plan on spending Sunday at getting to a few farther out ones lol.

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Wand'rin Star -- Lee Marvin

 

I was born under a wandrin' star

I was born under a wandrin' star

Wheels are made for rolling, mules are made to pack

I've never seen a sight that didn't look better looking back

I was born under a wandrin' star

 

Life can make you prisoner and the plains can bake you dry

Snow can burn your eyes, but only people make you cry

Home is made for coming from, for dreams of going to

Which with any luck will never come true

I was born under a wandrin' star

I was born under a wandrin' star

 

Do I know where hell is, hell is in hello

Heaven is goodbye forever, its time for me to go

I was born under a wandrin' star

A wandrin' wandrin' star

 

(Life can make you prisoner and the plains can bake you dry)

(Snow can burn your eyes, but only people make you cry)

(Home is made for coming from, for dreams of going to)

(Which with any luck will never come true)

(I was born under a wandrin' star)

(I was born under a wandrin' star)

 

When I get to heaven, tie me to a tree

For I'll begin to roam and soon you'll know where I will be

I was born under a wandrin' star

A wandrin' wandrin' star

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Sung to the tune of: "I'll Send An S.O.S" by the Police

 

Just a geo-cacher, a man out on the trail, oh

Another long-long walk, in which I'll prolly fail, oh

More did-not-finds than any man could bear

Someone give a hint before I fall in dispair, oh

 

I'll log a did-not-find ... for the owner

I'll log a did-not-find ... for the owner

I hope that someone gets my

I hope that someone gets my

I hope that someone gets my

Did-not-find the ca-ache, yeah

Did-not-find the ca-ache, yeah

 

A year has passed since I wrote my log

But I should have known this right from the start

Only hope can keep me together

GPS can find co-ordinates

But not the cache for you-ou

 

I'll log a did-not-find ... for the owner

I'll log a did-not-find ... for the owner

I hope that someone gets my

I hope that someone gets my

I hope that someone gets my

Did-not-find the ca-ache, yeah

Did-not-find the ca-ache, yeah

 

Logged in this morning, don't believe what I saw

A hundred billion new 1/1s washed across my screen

Seems I'm not alone in did-not-finds

Hundred billion quick dashes, just a mile from my ho-ome

 

I'll log a did-not-find ... for the owner

I'll log a did-not-find ... for the owner

I hope that someone gets my

I hope that someone gets my

I hope that someone gets my

Did-not-find the ca-ache, yeah

Did-not-find the ca-ache, yeah

 

Logging another did-not-find...

Logging another did-not-find...

Logging another did-not-find... ...

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From our Geocaching playlist (minus songs others have mentioned):

 

Barenaked Ladies - Long Way Back Home

Big Country - In a Big Country

The Calling - Wherever You Will Go

Counting Crows - Big Yellow Taxi

Dave Matthews Band - Where Are You Going?

Dixie Chicks - Wide Open Spaces

Dobie Gray - Drift Away

Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky

Fountains of Wayne - Little Red Light

James Taylor - Sweet Baby James

Katrina and the Waves - Walking on Sunshine

Madonna - Ray of Light

Mike and the Mechanics - All I need is a Miracle

Paul McCartney - Vanilla Sky

Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill

Phil Collins - Take Me Home

Proclaimers - 500 Miles

Queen - Play the Game

Ramones - Blitzkreig Bop

REM - What's the Frequency Kenneth?

REO Speedwagon - Rinding the Storm Out

Roxette - Joyride

Simon & Garfunkle - America

Steeler's Wheel - Stuck in the Middle

Stereophonics - Have a Nice Day

Supertramp - Take the Long Way Home

U2 - Beautiful Day

U2 - Walk On

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No Rain--Blind Melon

Copperhead Road--Steve Earle

Car Wheels on a Gravel Road--Lucinda Williams

Still Be Around--Uncle Tupelo

Now That I Found You--Alison Krauss

Every Street in Nashville--Farmer Not So John

Song of the Wind in the Pines--The Floating Men (also "Heroes, Felons, and Fiends")

Working My Way Back To You--the Spinners

See a Little Light--Bob Mould

My Little Problem--the Replacements

Loose Ends--Bash & Pop (a post-Mats band with Tommy Stinson)

A Forest--The Cure (also "In-Between Days")

The Road Goes On Forever--Robert Earl Keene

Play a Train Song--Todd Snider (also "Enough")

Paradise--John Prine

Bury Me Deep--Poi Dog Pondering

Under the Milky Way--the Church

Outside A Small Circle of Friends--Phil Ochs

Three-Lock Box--Sammy Hagar

 

There's a few off the top of my head. I'll probably think of a couple dozen more just as soon as I hit "SEND".

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On a lighter note here are my nominations:

Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon-Queen

I'm in Love With My Car-Queen

More Than a Feeling-Boston

Alice's Restaurant-Arlo Guthrie

Beer Run-?

Where is My Mind-Pixies

Just a Phase-Incubus(Yeah right thats what I said 6 months ago)

Sasquatch-Tenacious D

Kiss the Dirt(Falling Down the Mountain)-?

Blowing in the Wind-Bob Dylan

Rainbow Country-Bob Marley

That's "Sunny Afternoon" by the Kinks, "Beer Run" by Todd Snider, and I wish I had thought of "Where Is My Mind"! dadgum.

 

But how about "Trompe le Monde" by the Pixies? That kinda' works, right?

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My modification of one famous song.... : :huh:

 

I have climbed highest mountain

I have run through the fields

Only to find your stash

Only to find your stash

 

I have run

I have crawled

I have scaled these city walls

These city walls

Only to find your stash

 

But I still haven't found what I'm looking for

But I still haven't found what I'm looking for

 

I have missed the satellites

Felt the headache under my hair

It burned like fire

This burning desire

 

I have spoke with the tongue of frogs :lol:

I have held the hand of a frog

It was warm in the night

I was cold as a stone

 

But I still haven't found what I'm looking for

But I still haven't found what I'm looking for

 

I believe in the satellites come

Then all the coordinates will bleed into one

Bleed into one

Well yes I'm still running

 

You hid the cache and you

Created the mystery

Made the calculations

Just to tease me

Just to tease me

You know I thought I solved it :rolleyes:

 

But I still haven't found what I'm looking for

But I still haven't found what I'm looking for

But I still haven't found what I'm looking for

But I still haven't found what I'm looking for... :lol:

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edited, posted twice by accident

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Here are a few geocachy sounding titles I pulled off some of my CD's (OK well maybe they're all not so popular):

 

And for plundered caches:

Only the Stones Remain - The Soft Boys

Gone For Good - Morphine

 

And there always:

Jeremy - Pearl Jam

man I thought I was the only one to listen to morphine!!!

 

here are some of mine

 

Games with fears - Peter Gabreil

look like rain - morphine

mission impossible theme - limp bizcuit

thanks that was fun - bare naked ladies

lost together

bad timing

side of the road - Blue rodeo

things you left behind - nails

blowing up your mind - lords of acid

blister in the sun - violkent fems

its the end of the world as we know it - REM

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Sorry, I didn't see that Stand was posted before, I guess that I was so excited when I thought about it, I somehow blocked it out when I "should" have seen it. So, delete it I did.

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