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The Musical Baton

4:45 pm PHT

I finally got passed this long-lasting musical baton from Leenlang. Credit also goes to Markku who wanted me to try it but I instead waited to get the baton “legitimately.” And of course, I’m doing my best to perpetuate it.  :)

Total volume of music files on my computer: 3.3 GB

The last CD I bought was: Indie: silverfilter’s In The Meantime. Label: Paul van Dyk’s Reflections.

Song playing right now: None

Five songs I listen to a lot, or that mean a lot to me: “Fade” by Solu Music, “Crush” by Paul van Dyk, “Passenger Seat” by Stephen Speaks, “Breathe” by Michelle Branch, and “Flying Away” by Moony.

Five people to whom I’m passing the baton: Drei (I haven’t seen you answer this), Ramil (you too), Imman, and Joyce and Jor-El (kahit na wala kayong blog).  :)

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On 8:13 p.m., 3 Jul 2005, Jor-El wrote:

since i don’t have a blog, i’ll post my answers here in the meantime  :)

<b>total volume of music files on my computer:</b> around 7 gigs <br>

<b>the last CD i bought:</b> John Mayer—Room for Squares (4 years ago!) <br>

<b>song playing right now:</b> “How Would You feel (P. Rauhofer Mix)” by David Morales <br>

<b>five songs i listen to a lot, or mean a lot to me:</b> “Hallelujah” by Bamboo, “Bless the Broken Road” by Rascal Flatts, “Tea and Sympathy” by Jars of Clay, “The Lighthouse’s Tale” by Nickel Creek and “Lonely No More” by Rob Thomas <br>

<b>five people to whom i’m passing the baton:</b> this will have to wait

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On 8:41 a.m., 6 Jul 2005, ramil wrote:

nung monday ko pa gustong mag-post ng reply dito….di pa ako makapili sa songs, hehe

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On 3:22 p.m., 6 Jul 2005, Jor-El wrote:

[b]just testing[/b]

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On 3:23 p.m., 6 Jul 2005, Jor-El wrote:

[b]just testing[/b]

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