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Tagged! Music Meme

As I was surfing the various foodie blogs this past week, I noticed the Music Meme going around. While I dread being tagged myself, to have to answer those questions, yet another part of me wished very hard that I was tagged, just so I know at least somebody out there is reading and enjoying my entries, just as I enjoyed many others.

Thanks to Nic, I can be assured of my foodie position in cyberspace. Without further ado, here goes:

What is the total amount of music files on your computer?
Not too much, about a gig or so. Mostly my brother's though. I used to download more music back when I was in college, but after I started working, I began to listen mostly to CDs.

The CD you last bought?
Mama Mia! from the ABBA collection. I saw the musical when the Australian group came to Singapore last September.

What was the last song you listened to before reading this message?
Chinese New Year festive songs.

Write down five songs that you often listen to or that mean a lot to you.
1) Britney Spears - Lucky
2) Tricia Yearwood - How do I live
3) Above All
4) M2M - Mirror Mirror
5) Mamma Mia

Who are you going to pass this stick to (3 persons) and why.
Kushinbo Meow - she's located in Malaysia, a close neighbor to Singapore, yet studied for a while in Japan, so it would be interesting to know her taste in music.
The Scent of Green Bananas - just because I really enjoy reading her blog and pictures and haven't been tagged.
On my Plate - also enjoys her blog and since she hasn't been updated for a while now, I hope this tag will remind her not to neglect her readers :-)

Comments

fish fish said…
Hello~ Mia, thank you so much for tagging me. :) Nice to know that you are reading my blog. I will tag the music too for sure... But please wait, as it has been not that easy to go online lately. But I promise to do it before go back to Kyoto.
Santos said…
hi mia! thanks for tagging me, but i've been tagged already.

the trisha yearwood version is so much better than the leanne rimes version, don't you agree?
galinusa said…
Hi Santos,

Definitely Trisha Yearwood over Leanne Rimes :)

Sorry about the double tagging though. Shows how popular you are ;-)

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