facebook notes for thinkersCopy the text between the dotted line as your note in Facebook, MySpace or other places. Put each of your answer on the line just below each emotion.

To make this an English as a Second / Foreign Language exercise, assign the note with some degree of explanation for each answer, whether a sentence, short paragraph or presentation.

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Songs are often associated with feelings.

List a song (or piece of music without lyrics) and performer/composer that you associate with each of these feelings. Challenge yourself to come up with an answer for each feeling. Your answers don’t have to be your ultimate choice, just a choice that is true. Trust your feelings!

So put your CAPS LOCKS key ON to accentuate your answers and let’s get going!

1. Happy

2. Sad

3. Inspired

4. Majestic

5. Romantic

6. Sexy

7. Pumped

8. Thankful

9. Peaceful

10. Stressed

11. Lonely

12. Empowered

13. Nostalgic

14. Divine

15. Giddy

What do I think of my choices?

Please tag some friends to encourage them to try this note as well, and please include me because I would like to know the songs you associate with these feelings.

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Can you sort out all those feelings? This might be a tough one to put on a lot of the guys! I’m a big music lover and have a wide range of emotions so I created this note. I hope you will like it, too.

Here are my answers, with links to videos that’s just an extra I’m putting for my blog post.

Happy


I’m Walking on Sunshine – Katrina and the Waves

Sad


Send in the Clowns – from the musical A Little Night Music
(Glenn Close singing)

Inspired


Tomorrow – from the musical Annie

Majestic


O Fortuna from Carmina Burana – Carl Orff

Romantic


Earth Angel – The Penguins

Sexy


I’m Too Sexy – Right Said Fred (first one that came to mind, really)

Pumped


Bette Davis’ Eyes – Kim Carnes

Thankful


For Good – from the musical Wicked

Peaceful


Piano Sonata #14 in C, First Movement – Ludwig van Beethoven
(nobody plays it like Claudio Arrau in this video link, either!)

Stressed


Flight of the Bumblebee – Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

Lonely


Somebody to Love – Queen

Empowered


Wir setzen uns mit Tränen nieder РJohann Sebastian Bach

Nostalgic


Memory – from the musical Cats
(sung by Elaine Page, Susan Boyle’s idol)

Divine


Lacrymosa, from Requiem K626 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (and whoever finished it)

Giddy

(Doris Day and Robert Goulet singing)

What do I think of my choices?

Pretty much reflects my current music base and diverse interest in older Western music.

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