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There are parts of me that really, really love being wrong.  *snicker*

Jocelyn/"Joss" Oliviero
Hades, let's face it, Joss's musical tastes are EVERYWHERE.  She's the girl you go to for a recommendation.

"Slipped Away" by Avril Levigne
"World Spins Madly On" by The Weepies
"These Small Wonders" by Rob Thomas
"Hands Down" by Dashboard Confessional
"I'm With You" by Avril Levigne
"White Flag" by Dido
"Tangled Up In Me" by Skye Sweetnam
"Try a Little Tenderness" by Otis Redding, by way of Duckie Dale;)
"Miss Invisible" Marie Digby
"Wine Red" by The Hush Sound
"Beautiful Disaster" by Jon McLaughlin
"Misery Business" by Paramore
"Teardrops On My Guitar" by Taylor Swift
"When It Rains" by Paramore
"Trouble Is A Friend" by Lenka
"Be My Escape" by Relient K
"Speechless" by The Veronicas
"Name" by The Goo Goo Dolls
"The Book of Love" by The Magnetic Fields
"When The World Falls Down" by Jareth, the Goblin King, by way of Bowie
"I Will Love You" by Fisher
"You and Me Song" by the Wannadies
"Teenage Dirtbag" by Wheatus
"All Around Me" by Flyleaf
"Just Like Heaven" by the Cure
"Kissing You" by Des'ree, via the R+J sndtrk
"Paralyzer" by Finger Eleven
"Better Than Love" by Griffin House
"I've Got A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts" by Zazu, vis The Lion King
"Everything" by Lifehouse

Sebastien Solis
Sebastien's whole view of music is to express wonder.  Unbelievable things have happened to him and he's just so freakin' grateful for them.

"Your Guardian Angel" by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
"Does This Mean You're Moving On?" by The Airborne Toxic Event
"Wanted" Holly Brook
"Fairy Tale" by Blue October
"Feel Good Drag" by Anberlin
"Come On, Get Higher" by Matt Nathanson
"Focus" by 10 Years
"Iris" byt the Goo Goo Dolls
"You Make Me Smile" Blue October
"Trip Through Your Wires" by U2
"Love Song" by The Cure
"Hero" by David Crosby ("When the hero kills the maiden with his kiss...")
"The Luckiest" by Ben Folds Five
"Second Chance" by Shinedown

Tristan Solis</i>
Tristan is still more about individual songs than bands or genres.  If he likes it, or feels it, he goes with it.  Of course, he does have his problems with demeaning lyrics (hence his objection to Matty's choice of Sir Mixalot)

"I Saw" by Matt Nathanson
"A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More Touch Me" by FOB
"Out of My Face" by Saving Abel
"Lonely Boy" by Black Lab
"Beautiful" by 10 Years
"My Never" by Blue October
"Heaven Help Us" My Chemical Romance
"Golden Years" by David Bowie

"Wicked Game" by Stone Sour
"Addicted" by Saving Abel
"18th Floor Balcony" Blue October

Bronwyn Solis
She's keeping most of her secrets, still.
"Miracle" by Paramore
"Breathe Slowly" by Crossfade
"Bizarre Love Triangle", the Frente cover

Drew Christian
Drew knows how to use music to his advantage.

"Everything" by Stereo Fuse
"A Farewell to Friendship" by A Change of Pace
"Everything You Want" by Vertical Horizon
"Happy Together" by The Turtles
"I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz
"Secret" by The Pierces (also known to some as 'the song with the cool calliope thing going for it'.  Hee)

Jules Hardwicke
She may not have music as her main focus but that's okay because Joss's her best friend so she's not without her resources.

"I'd Lie" by Taylor Swift
"Make Up Your Mind" by Theory of a Deadman
"Another Heart Calls" by All-American Rejects
"Listen to Your Heart" by Roxette
"Almost Lover" by A Fine Frenzy
"For A Pessimist I'm Pretty Optimistic" by Paramore
"Call It Off" by Tegan and Sarah
"Call Me When You're Sober" by Evanescene
"Vulnerable" by Secondhand Serenade

Matthias/"Matty" Locke
"I Like Big Butts" by Sir Mix-a-Lot

Delia Leighton
"I Want You To Want Me" by Letters to Cleo
"Cure My Tragedy" by Cold

Ian's more an eighties kind of guy when it comes to music, but that doesn't stop him from totally fitting music from other decades, too.

"I Dont Care", by Fall Out Boy
"Addicted" by Simple Plan (Amethyst falls over laughing).
"Boardwalk of Broken Dreams" by Green Day
"MakeDamnSure" by Taking Back Sunday
"Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner" by Fall Out Boy
"Faint" by Linkin Park
"Dirty Little Secret" by the All-American Rejects
"Downfall" Matchbox Twenty
"Seperate Ways (Worlds Apart)" by Journey
"Cold" by Evans Blue
"She's So High" by Jurt Nilson
"Another Rainy Night" by Queensryche
"Pour Some Sugar On Me" by Def Leopard


"Lullaby" by Javier Navarrete
"Piano Solo" Uptown Girls score
"The Dance" Legend score
"Kissing Town"
"Claire de Lune" by Debussy
...And a bunch more I can't seem to put my finger on

Okay, that's good for now.  It took me over two hours to put this together.  I know I've forgotten some here and there, but I'll pop them back in when I remember.  It's just my way.

Take care of Yous.

P.S.  To find most of these songs (plus some others, and in a totally random order) try this list, though I hear people not Stateside have issues??
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Stereofidelica Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2009
I do not think this Journal showed up in my message center. :\

I got your email, and I promise I'll reply to both this and that tomorrow when my eyes aren't being weighed down by a severe need to sleep. A lot's been going on and I think my thoughts will probably unwind into just funny little incoherent patterns of words if I try to write them all down right now. But I promise I'll reply soon :hug:
Machix227 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2009
I spot some songs I sugested. hahah.
Narkya Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Ah, I might know some languages... but those two aren't in my repertoire. Sorry about that. I could try to find out in Spanish, if that would help.
AmethystGreye Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2009  Professional Writer
It's nice of you to offer, but I don't think it would. I'm trying to work out Ian's last name and since his ancestry is largely Mediterranean, well you see where the Greek or Latin come in.
Narkya Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
You said 'lost soul', didn't you?
That would be
:bulletblue: Spanish: alma perdida
:bulletblue: French: âme perdu
:bulletblue: Italian: alma smarrita (alma being feminine, smarrita is the feminine version. Masculine smarrito. It means: lost, stray,...)
They are all mediterranean languages, even though they are neither Greek nor Latin (but all have a latin origine)
AmethystGreye Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2009  Professional Writer
These are all wonderful suggestions and I'm very grateful for them. In the Italian (which I'm most interested in) how important is the 'alma' part? As in, how would just Smarrito work as a surname? Would it seem completely confusing without the 'alma' preceding it?

I'm trying to stay away from Spanish and French because, well to be honest, Ian, being a bit of a womanizer, being French? That'd be just a bit cliche. And secondly, with Spanish becoming so common (especially here in the States) I much prefer the slightly more 'mysterious' quality of Italian.

Narkya Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Ah yeah, mysterious.
Well, I'd say an adjective on it's own works quite often. And it sounds far better than with the 'alma'. Alma means soul and I guess just 'lost' would work as well. I mean... I guess it's quite describing of lots of people, so why not Ian? And as it is a language that I think isn't that common (at least, it's not a world language... due to the lack of italian colonies back in the time) people won't really realise unless they know italian. And I think that word sounds nice!
Narkya Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Yes, I see now... And I think it would be nice, but then again, I have absolutely no idea about those two languages. Greek after all even uses different writing!
AmethystGreye Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2009  Professional Writer
I know! *wide eyes* I tried online tranlators and of course I couldn't read the resulting text at all. I think myabe my dad-in-law might be able to help. As a pastor he's constantly looking up the various Latin root words that make up Biblical texts. I love that man.

I've also considered the concept of 'half' if I can't find the right 'lost' term, because of course Ian's soul is 'lost' because he doesn't have his other 'half' to share it with.
Narkya Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Ah yeah, maybe you should ask him as well. He'd probably have a better grasp of it due to him being a pastor as well.

Actually, I like the concept of 'lost' better than the one of 'half'. Maybe you should consider Ian as a 'whole' instead: he has all of his soul for himself and nobody has another part of it (yet?). Just that he doesn't realise...
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