Q & A With My iTunes Library Part 3

Mr. R. L. Burnside. Image from www.cnltouring.co.uk

It’s Friday and I’m sick, so my brain is all fuzzy. No good with words, so we’re going to do a music post! Yay!

Q & A With My iTunes Library is where I answer questions asked by songs in my music library with other songs in my music library. First, I searched my library for questions and came up with a list. Then, for each question, I hit the shuffle button and the first track is the answer.

Q: This first question comes from The Beatles. They would like us to Tell Me What You See?

A: And the answer comes from one of my favorite Swedish bands, Witchcraft. They see White Light Suicide.

That’s a pretty depressing answer, Witchcraft.

Q: Our next question comes from Led Zeppelin. They would like to know What Is And What Should Never Be?

Great song, Zep. I’m almost afraid to know the answer though.

A: Our answer comes from Van Halen, off their newest album from 2012, which actually, ain’t too shabby. VH says Honeybabysweetiedoll is and should never be.

Well, considering that’s not even a word, I’d have to agree, VH.

Q: Our next question comes from the recently departed Lou Reed: What’s Good? RIP, Mr. Reed.

The answer is not mayonnaise soda, that’s for sure.

A: Our answer comes from Mr. David Bowie. He says Drive-In Saturday is good.

Mr. Bowie is always good.

Q: Lynyrd Skynyrd would like to know What’s Your Name?

Goldfish, but let’s ask someone else.

A: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds say their name is There’s No Night Out In The Jail.

That’s quite a mouthful, Nick Cave.

Q:Β Ray Charles has a question. He wants to know What Would I Do Without You?

Oh, I do love your early bluesy stylings, Mr. Charles. Let’s see who answers.

A: Speaking of early blues stylings, Mr. R.L. Burnside has graced us with an answer. He says Don’t Care How Long You’re Gone.

Seems like R.L. is telling you it’s time to move on, Mr. Charles. I’d listen to him. R.L. rocks.

Q: Our next question is from one of my favorite melodic punk bands from when I was a teen, Dag Nasty. They want to know What Now?

A: Napalm Death says that you should Practice What You Preach, Dag Nasty.

Excellent advice, Napalm Death.

Q: Dr. Dre & Snoop Dog have two questions, which is fair I suppose, since they are two people: Who Am I (What’s My Name)?

Let’s answer the first one, Who Am I?

A: Uh oh. Ironboss says you’re Low Man On The Totem Pole.

Dem’s fightin’ words, Ironboss. Alright, moving on. Snoop & Dre’s next question is What’s My Name?

A: Eesh. Dre & Snoop can’t get any satisfaction here. Groan says your name is Witchy Woman.

Sorry, Snoop & Dre, but the library has spoken. I still love you guys.

Q: Our final question comes from The Smiths. They want to know What Difference Does It Make?

I met Morrissey once. He gave me a flower from his back pocket.

A: Our answer comes from The Man In Black, who’s actually wearing white in this video. Johnny Cash says I Walk the Line.

I’m not sure what that answer means, Johnny, but you rock anyway.

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