Saturday, November 15, 2008

Most-played songs on the personal iPod of Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson

we don't know if this is true, but this is what we heard ....

"We Suck Young Blood (Your Time Is Up)" -- Radiohead

"A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today" -- Merle Haggard

"Whippin' Post" -- The Allman Brothers

"Helpless " -- Neil Young

"No Expectations" -- Rolling Stones

"Isn't Life Strange" -- Moody Blues

"It Only Hurts When I Cry" -- Dwight Yoakam

"When The Whip Comes Down" -- Rolling Stones

"Waiting In Vain" -- Bob Marley

"Dumb" -- Nirvana

"Amerika V. 6.0 (The Best We Can Do)" -- Steve Earle

"Fountain Of Sorrow" -- Jackson Browne

"I Can't Hold Myself In Line" -- Merle Haggard

"Leave The Pieces" -- The Wreckers

"Things Have Changed" -- Bob Dylan

"Your Own Worst Enemy" -- Bruce Springsteen

"The Richest Fool Alive" -- Patti Loveless

"Helpless Dancer" -- The Who

"I've Had Enough" -- Vince Bell

"Bulletproof... I Wish I Was" -- Radiohead

"Bears" -- Steve Fromholtz

"The Sire Of Sorrow (Job's Sad Song)" -- Joni Mitchell

"Holding Things Together" -- Merle Haggard

"Way Down In The Hole" -- Steve Earle

"I'll Cry Instead" -- The Beatles

"When The Levee Breaks" -- Led Zepellin

"Pissin' In The Wind" -- Jerry Jeff Walker


Slampo said...

"It Takes A Worried Man to Sing a Worried Song," Kingston Trio version probably preferred over the Moon Mullican one ...

s said...

"Too Much of Nothin'" -- Peter, Paul & Mary version

ScarlettO said...

"Too Drunk to Fuck" -- Dead Kennedys