So after participating in yesterday’s tag, What Would That Villain Read?, I’ve decided to create a tag of my own. I can’t say for sure though that no one has ever done a tag like this before since I’ve seen a lot of them and know that there are a lot out there. Anyway, here are the rules:
1.) Choose 5 or more characters from a book, show, or movie
2.) For each character, pick at least one song you think they’d listen to and try to explain your reason for picking that song
3.) Tag whoever you want
4.) HAVE FUN!
1.) Blair Waldorf from Gossip Girl….All American Girl by Train
Blair from Gossip Girl (and many other characters from the show, such as Serena) think that they’re ‘all that and a bag of chips’ and just wake up looking perfect. This song definitely relates to them and I can see them liking it for that reason. It is a great song, by the way!
2.) Crowley from Supernatural…Aint No Rest for the Wicked by Cage the Elephant
Aint No Rest for the Wicked is a great song and I think Crowley would LOVE it! Think about it: he lives on fear and deception and finds it super fun!
3.) Dean Winchester from Supernatural…American Pie by Don Mclean
I definitely think Dean would love this song. It talks about serious issues, drinking, and cars! Dean loves his Impala!
4.) Marty Mcfly from Back to the Future…I Want a New Drug by Huey Lewis and the News
Maybe it’s because a couple of his songs are already in the movie, but I think Huey Lewis and the News’s I Want a New Drug would be a song Marty from Back to the Future would like. It just seems like his kind of music!
5.) Willa from The Finder…Pirate on the Run by Pat Monahan
I really liked Willa from The Finder. All she wants to be is independent and free, though she also wants to be respected. She’s tough and strong. I think she would like the song Pirate on the Run because of her love of independence and her gypsy ways.
6.) Maya from the book Fool Me Once…Bitch by Meredith Brooks
Maybe she wouldn’t like to admit it, but I think Bitch by Meredith Brooks describes Maya from Harlan Coben’s Fool Me Once in many ways. There’s a lot to Maya’s character.
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