"Billy Joel's lyrics were a major source of inspiration for me as a young teen. I lived by the line:
"They will tell you, you can't sleep alone in a strange place Then they'll tell you, you can't sleep with somebody else Ah,…"
"All right, I forgive you. (Please note, I'm trying to be funny there.) I guess I just happen to like Mark Cohn's song a little better than I like Creed's. My kids are more likely to pick the latter,…"
"1. Most all of them for me.
2. Surat Feta Ali Khan. He is a Pakistani quali singer. I cannot understand a word he is singing, but as quali is described as inspirational devotional music I figure plenty of it is about how hid ecstasy is inspired by…"
"I published a small blog on Community Ideas on Inspiring, Secular Music Secular Perspectives (http://secularhumanist.blogspot.com/) and would be interested in hearing other people's favorite candidates for a family of broadly…"
"I'm late to the thread, but here are mine:
1) "Jesus Is Just Alright With Me" by the Doobie Brothers (also covered by DC Talk who I liked back when I was Christian and a kid). Of course I hate "God Bless America" as much as…"
"Just read this nice text inside my Friend's Jethro Tull'w Aqualung:
1. In the beginning Man created God; and in the image of Man created he him.
2. And Man gave unto God a multitude of names, that he might be Lord over all the earth when…"
Well, her mother is certainly Catholic and, as all KG fans know, swears a blue streak. My wife and I have tickets to see her in Phoenix on Nov. 6 (floor seats, row 21). We've watched the D-List since the first episode.
It's a Blue Man. From the Blue Man Group. (Actually it's a wax figure of one of the Blue Men, taken while I was in Vegas on a trip.) The group is really cool, though I recommend seeing them in NYC or Vegas or L.A., rather than on the road.
There are a ton of videos of them on YouTube, in case you're interested.