Monday, February 27, 2012

Top Ten Tuesday- Books that need theme songs

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the girls over at The Broke and the Bookish

This weeks top ten is books I'd give theme songs to. And oh man, was this hard.

1. The Fault In Our Stars- "Bruised" by Jack's Mannequin:
This song would be perfect for Augustus while he was on the plane. Love it! Plus this song has the right feel for the book.

2. Rules of Attraction: "Cover Girl" by Big Time Rush:
This song is sooooooo perfect for this book. Actually, it would have really worked for TFIOS as well. All about how the girl is so beautiful and why doesn't she see it.

3. Twilight- "17 Forever" by Metro Station:
The name says it all.

4. The Night Huntress series: "Crazy Bitch" by BuckCherry:
hahahaha when I thought of this I just started laughing and laughing.

5. Anna and the French Kiss-"Crushcrushcrush" by Paramore:
Oh, who doesn't have a crush on St. Claire?

6. The Hollows series: "One Way, Or Another" by Blondie:
*sings* One way, or another, I'm gonna find ya, I'm gonna getcha getcha getcha..

So yeah, that fits Rachel so well.

7. Shade: "Devils Dance Floor" by Flogging Molly:
This song was mentioned in this book and it really does fit. It has the right vibe.

8. Wither: "The Phrase that Pays" by the Academy Is:
This song is all about dying young. "Hold your head high heavy heart. So take a chance and make it big, Cause it’s the last you’ll ever get. If we don’t take it, when will we make it? I make plans to break plans, And I’ve been planning something big, planning something big, planning."

9. Incarnate: "New Soul" by Yael Naim:
I swear this book was written about this song.
"I'm a new soul

I came to this strange world
Hoping I could learn a bit about how to give and take.
But since I came here
Felt the joy and the fear
Finding myself making every possible mistake"
10. The Hunger Games series: "Uprising" by Muse:
"Rise up and take the power back
It's time the, fat cats had a heart attack
You know that, their time's coming to an end
We have to, unify and watch our flag ascend
(So come on)"


  1. Those are all good music selections. I would never be able to put music to a book, I have too many songs floating around my head all the time. lol! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    -Amanda P
    Paranormal Romance

  2. Muse is PERFECT for Hunger Games, very good choice!!

  3. I also gave THG a Muse song :)

  4. I need to check out Uprising...seen it all over the place this week. I love the lyrics for New Soul! Great choices!

    Jennifer @ Feminist Fairytale Reviews

  5. Uprising by Muse is a perfect pick for Hunger Games. I love Muse and their haunting sound fits perfectly with the book! Here is my Top Ten

  6. FIRST off, of the songs and books that I've read, I agree!

    SECOND, this is the list that I think I, personally, (didn't make a TTT list today) have the most in common with so far today. I actually KNOW most of the songs!

  7. Lots of books I need to read on your list! I picked the same one with Hunger Games along with the entire Riot album by Paramore. I keep hoping they'll have that in the movie! :) We'll see! Here's our Top 10 this week!

  8. I haven't read The Fault in Our Stars, but I'm intrigued by your picked of Bruised (I love that song). Interesting list!

  9. Thanks for participating in this week's Top Ten Tuesday! I love that you picked a song by The Academy Is. "Almost Here" is one of my favorite songs.

    Jen @ The Broke and the Bookish


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