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Best Pump Up Songs Of 2011

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  • (The Up Song) "The Up Song" was Kevin Ayers’ first release after signing to Island Records. The song was a single-only release in 1974. The B-side, "Everybody’s Sometime and Some People’s All The Time Blues" was taken from Ayers’ album, The Confessions of Dr.
  • a mechanical device that moves fluid or gas by pressure or suction
  • operate like a pump; move up and down, like a handle or a pedal; "pump the gas pedal"
  • A woman's plain, lightweight shoe that has a low-cut upper, no fastening, and typically a medium heel
  • A man's slip-on patent leather shoe for formal wear
  • A light shoe, in particular
  • deliver forth; "pump bullets into the dummy"
  • 2011 (MMXI) will be a common year starting on a Saturday. In the Gregorian calendar, it will be the 2011th year of the Common Era, or of Anno Domini; the 11th year of the 3rd millennium and of the 21st century; and the 2nd of the 2010s decade.
best pump up songs of 2011 - Gobble It
Gobble It Up! A Fun Song About Eating!
Gobble It Up! A Fun Song About Eating!
If you were a wild raccoon,
You'd hunt at night by the light of the moon.
You'd catch some crawdads where they crawl,
And gobble them up -- shells and all!
From a hungry crocodile's attempt at a meal of wild ducklings, to a shark cruising for schools of fish, to a whale wrestling a wild giant squid; to a panda eating rare bamboo...... While some animals become food -- and some get away, readers will delight in seeing what and how different animals eat.
That's the way we all survive
We have to eat to stay alive.
We eat the food we have, and then --
We have to hunt for food again!

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Music Tag!
Music Tag!
I was tagged by the wonderful m e l o d y 1 - What are your 5 fave songs right now? Pumped up Kicks (foster the people) If I die young (the band perry) Last Friday Night (Katy Perry) Keep your head up (Andy Grammer) Cheers( Rihanna) 2 - What is the most played song on your iTunes? You and I (Lady Gaga) 3 - What song are you listening to right now? Come on get higher (Matt Nathanson) 4 - What was the last album you bought? Footloose (The one from 2011 not the 80s) 5 - What was the last gig you went to? Not old enough :/ 6 - What song can you not get out of your head? Hips don't lie (Shakira) 7 - What song do you listen to every day? World is Mine (Miku Hatsune) 8 - What was the first album you ever bought? I don't know! 9 - What was the last song you downloaded? Brighter than the sun (Colbie Caillat) 10 - What is your fave band right now? The band perry 11 - Who is your fave artist right now? Adele 12 - What is your fave type of music? Pretty much anything :D 13 - In your 25 most played songs, whats #10? You're a mean one Mr. Grinch (Thurl Ravenscroft) 14 - Quote one of your fave lyrics: "So put on your best, boys, and I'll wear my pearls" 15 - Do you listen to music every day? Of course! ~I know this photo has nothing to do with music, but I like it :)
Song From My Teens ~ Fifteen
Song From My Teens ~ Fifteen
Update: Here's the answers then. Song title: "Quarter to Three" ~ well done to GenBug for correctly guessing the title although I didn't know that Springsteen had covered it. My Artiste was Gary U.S. Bonds and the year: 1961. Thanks to everyone for playing along. :>) For Macro Mondays weekly theme " Songs From Your Teens" Apparently this was one of the 100 greatest recordings for the year in question and in fact it was in the top ten for that year! Here's the test: What title? [it's in the picture]. What artiste[s]? [ah now, that might give it away!]. What year? [there are some clues about]

best pump up songs of 2011
best pump up songs of 2011
Sing Up! Irish Comic Songs and Satires for Every Occasion
Sing Up! is a collection of comic and satirical lyrics that comment on recent changes and developments in Irish society. It is, in the editor's own words "a gather-up of intolerance, irreverence, slagging and sedition"-and all the more welcome and necessary for that. "Most of the events commemorated in the lyrics took place over the 1980s and 1990s. The songs document the huge changes in Irish culture and society inside a small number of years. The territory is mostly modern Ireland in all its miseries, elations and protest, change and no change." Sex, National Politics, Drink, Fast Food, Traditional Music, Religion, Recreation, Agriculture, the Weather-all are analysed in depth herein through the medium of the direct slag, the obtuse dig, the dry remark. Fintan Vallely is a musician and writer on traditional music. From Co. Armagh, he has taught flute at the Willie Clancy Summer School in Co. Clare since 1986. He is the author of, among other works, the major reference volume, The A-Z Companion to Irish Traditional Music (1999). He is currently lecturer in traditional music on an innovative undergraduate music degree programme in Ireland at Dundalk Institute of Technology.