Friday, September 16, 2016

The INFJ Music Questionnaire



1. Your favorite song: Having a Party by Sam Cooke



2. Your least favorite song: I don't really have one but Bad Day by Daniel Powter isn't great.



3. A song that makes you happy: Rebel Yell by Billy Idol



4. A song that makes you sad: Blood by The Middle East (a beautiful kind of sad)



5. A song that reminds you of someone: Return of the Mack (C&J Street Mix) by Mark Morrison (makes me think of my best friend)



6. A song that reminds you of somewhere: Country Roads by John Denver (brings back memories of college in West Virginia)



7. A song that reminds you of a certain event: Disparate Youth by Santigold (a music festival)



8. A song that you know all the words to: Head Over Feet by Alanis Morissette



9. A song that you can dance to: Yeah! by Usher, Lil Jon, & Ludacris



10. A song that makes you fall asleep: All the Wild Horses by Ray LaMontagne



11. A song from your favorite band: The Sun by Portugal. The Man



12. A song from a band you hate: Hate is a strong word but if I had to choose, any song by Green Day is not something I'd keep on the radio.



13. A song that is a guilty pleasure: Goodbye, Horses by Q Lazzarus



14. A song that no one would expect you to love: Who You'd Be Today by Kenny Chesney



15. A song that describes you: Red Headed Woman by Bruce Springsteen



16. A song that you used to love but now hate: It's not like me at all to drastically change my opinion on things. There really isn't any I can think of. Here's a song that you may have never heard before that I play nonstop. Love it! Higher by Kwamie Liv



17. A song that you hear often on the radio: I don't listen to a lot of top 40 radio but growing up, I remember I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston constantly being played.



18. A song that you wish you heard on the radio: Little Red Corvette by Prince














19. A song from your favorite album: Born to Die by Lana Del Rey



20. A song that you listen to when you're angry: Ghost Lights by Woodkid



21. A song that you listen to when you're happy: Balance by Future Islands



22. A song that you listen to when you're sad: Port of Morrow by The Shins



23. A song that you want to play at your wedding: All I Want is You by U2



24. A song that you want to play at your funeral: Aside from traditional church hymns, Turn Into the Noise by Patrick Watson has a fitting vibe.


25. A song that you love at Christmas: Other than holiday music which I love, Blood Bank by Bon Iver



26. A song that makes you laugh: Alexander Wang by Bon Qui Qui. If you're unfamiliar, she's actually a comedienne (Anjelah Johnson).



27. A song that you can play on an instrument: Unfortunately, I don't play any instruments. It would be nice to play piano or acoustic guitar. I've always liked listening to classical music.



28. A song that you wish you could play: First Arabesque by Claude Debussy. I loved the version from the theme of the PBS show Jack Horkheimer: Star Gazer.






29. A song that makes you feel guilty: This was a challenge. I wouldn't say this song makes me feel guilty per se but the imagery it conjures is interesting. No Stranger by Small Black



30. A song from your childhood: Jump by Kris Kross



31. Your favorite song at this time last year: I Went to the Store One Day by Father John Misty











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