Wednesday, January 12, 2011

What Are We Listening To?

iTunes reports 7,350 songs in our catalog. I last did this survey in July. It's not a straight-across comparison. In addition to leaving off the nursery/lullabye music as it plays for hours sometimes. This is unfair to Jim Brickman, but what can you do? Also eliminated from the list - the audio clips. Since there are fewer of them and there's always some in my collection, they, too, will rise up to dominate the most listened to. Because of these changes, it's hard to compare the last update with this one, so I won't this time around.

The stuff that has been in iTunes the longest continues to hold on to the top spot. My lists avoid playing the top items too often (a bit socialist, really), it will be interesting to see if new blood does start to show up. Or if my children continue to request the same songs over and over again (like "Who Says You Can't Go Home" and "Girl You Know It's True" and "Bye Bye Bye") and keeps them at the top.


1. Who Says You Can't Go Home - Bon Jovi feat. Jennifer Nettles

2. Trashin' the Camp - Phil Collis (Tarzan)

3. My Savior My God - Aaron Shust

4. I Want to Hold Your Hand - The Beatles

5. Jingle Bells - Barenaked Ladies

6. Ancient Words - Michael W. Smith

7. Girl You Know It's True - Milli Vanilli

8. Can't Stop This Thing We've Started - Bryan Adams

9. Strangers Like Me - Phil Collins (Tarzan)

10. Keep The Candle Burning - Point of Grace

11. The Cheap Seats - Alabama

12. I Won't Back Down - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers

13. In Christ Alone - Adrienne Liesching with Geoff Moore

14. You Might Think - The Cars

15. I Can't Be Your Friend - D.H.T. feat. Edmee

16. Heaven - Live

17. Deliver Us - Ofra Haza feat. Eden Riegel

18. You Give Love a Bad Name - Bon Jovi

19. You Are Holy (Prince of Peace) - Michael W. Smith

20. Trashin' the Camp - Phil Collins feat. *NSYNC (Tarzan)

21. Free Your Mind - En Vogue

22. Secret Ambition - Michael W. Smith

23. Closer to Fine - Indigo Girls

24. You'll Be In My Heart - Phil Collins (Tarzan)

25. Two Worlds - Phil Collins (Tarzan)
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