Random ten for the iCross
Ten random songs with Jesus in the title:
"Personal Jesus" by Johnny Cash from the album American IV: The Man Comes Around (2002, 3:20).
"Jesus Met the Woman at the Well" by Dave Van Ronk from the album Sunday Street (5:38).
"Jesus Christ" by Woody Guthrie & Cisco Houston from the album The Greatest Songs of Woody Guthrie (1972, 2:25).
"Jesus, etc." by Wilco from the album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (2002, 3:51).
"Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam" by Nirvana from the album MTV Unplugged in New York (1994, 4:37).
"When Jesus Calls Again" by Joseph Spence from the album The Spring Of Sixty-Five (1965, 2:48).
"Jesus" by The Velvet Underground from the album The Velvet Underground (1969, 3:23).
"Jesus Gonna Be Here" by Tom Waits from the album Bone Machine (1992, 3:21).
"Jesus Was a Terrorist" by Jello Biafra With Nomeansno from the album The Sky Is Falling, And I Want My Mommy (1991, 2:33).
"Jesus the Mexican Boy" by Iron And Wine from the album The Sea and the Rhythm (2003, 4:56).
Amanda's list is not formulated in this way, but she doesn't understand the sheer power of randomly selected songs.
And since it's Veterans' Day, 10 not altogether random songs for and about soldiers.
"The Soldiering Life" by The Decemberists from the album Her Majesty (2003, 3:48).
"Song Of A Soldier" by Phil Ochs from the album Farewells & Fantasies (4:05).
"The Ballad Of Bill Hubbard" by Roger Waters from the album Amused To Death (1992, 4:18).
"Mothers Of The Disappeared" by U2 from the album The Joshua Tree (5:12).
"The Unknown Soldier" by The Doors from the album Waiting For The Sun (3:25).
"Sixteen Military Wives" by The Decemberists from the album Picaresque (2005, 4:52).
"I Fought in a War" by Belle & Sebastian from the album Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like A Peasant (2000, 4:10).
"Masters of War" by Bob Dylan from the album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963, 4:34).
"The War Is Over" by Phil Ochs from the album 20th Century Masters - The Millenium Collection: The Best of Phil Ochs (4:24).
"Bullet" by Frank Black and the Catholics from the album Dog in the Sand (2001, 3:53).
Don't give up the dream of Armistice day, the end of the War to End all Wars.