Payroll Playlist

One of my major tasks for the day was spending several hours reviewing, coding, and then doing data entry for our payroll. It’s not rocket science, and it’s critical to get it right, but it’s pretty routine and a bit boring, which is a deadly combination. I find that having a good set of tunes helps.

I hit “Shuffle” on my “Favorites” list, and was well rewarded. I do love, love, love me some eclectic music mixes!

Amanda Palmer & Grand Theft Orchestra Want It Back
Paul Simon American Tune
Yes Owner Of A Lonely Heart
Huey Lewis & The News I Want A New Drug
Lee Ann Womack I Hope You Dance
Supertramp Gone Hollywood
Brad Paisley The World
Taylor Swift Teardrops On My Guitar
Loggins & Messina House At Pooh Corner
Stan Rogers Barrett’s Privateers
Jimi Hendrix All Along The Watchtower
Amanda Palmer & Grand Theft Orchestra Do It With A Rockstar
Travis Tritt Ten Feet Tall & Bulletproof
Brad Paisley Sleeping On The Foldout
Big & Rich 8th Of November
Genesis Anything She Does
Garth Brooks The Cowboy Song
Toby Keith A Little Too Late
George Strait I Can Still Make Cheyenne
Toby Keith I Love This Bar
U2 Bullet The Blue Sky
The Chicks Let ‘Er Rip
Kenny Chesney She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy
Gretchen Wilson Redneck Woman
Depeche Mode Master & Servant
They Might Be Giants Istanbul (Not Constantinople)
Elton John Indian Sunset
Rascal Flatts Oklahoma-Texas Line
Rascal Flatts Skin (Sarabeth) [Hidden Track]
Keith Urban Sweet Thing
“Chicago” Soundtrack Cell Block Tango
Rascal Flatts Fast Cars & Freedom
Collin Raye I Think About You
Billy Idol Dancing With Myself
Garth Brooks If Tomorrow Never Comes
Garth Brooks Much To Young (To Feel This Damn Old)
Jackson Browne Running On Empty
The Chicks Some Days You Gotta Dance
Queen Sombody To Love
Paul Simon Homeless
Linkin Park One Step Closer
The Pretenders Back On The Chain Gang (Live)
Garth Brooks Unanswered Prayers (Live)
Journey Open Arms
Pat Benetar Love Is A Battlefield
Martina McBride My Baby Loves Me
Oingo Boingo Dead Man’s Party
The Nails 88 Lines About 44 Women

For an added bonus, who can ID the six songs of these forty-eight had me turning the headphones up to ELEVEN?


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