Friday, March 22, 2013

Headscratchers Friday Random Ten

Yesterday I woke up late, although I made up the time to bepretty much on-time for work.  Figured it had something to do with taking Bendadryl the night before.  This morning I wake up not so late, but still later than I'd meant to, and without ever hearing my clock radio.  When I get home tonight, I notice that the alarm function has been turned off.  Sleeping me is not to be trusted.

1. Brian Eno - On Some Faraway Beach
2. Los Campesinos - I Warned You: Do Not Make an Enemy of Me
3. The Magnetic Fields - The Flowers She Sent and the Flowers She Said She Sent
4. The Kinks - Rosemary Rose
5. Edith Piaf - Le Roi a Fait Battre Tambour
6. XTC - Ladybird
7. David Bowie - Changes
8. Depeche Mode - Behind the Wheel
9. Love - Live and Let Live
10. Nat King Cole - This Can't Be Love


susan said...

In days gone by before leaving for work, my mother would put my alarm clock inside an old cooking pot to make extra sure I heard it go off. Sometimes the sleep cycle just doesn't correlate with the schedule - especially when it's still cold and snowing in official springtime.

Edith Piaf followed by XTC is a neat shift.

Ben said...

I'm sure my sleep schedule would be quite weird if I had complete freedom to set it myself. The alarm clock in the pot is an amusing image, as annoying as I can see it being at the time.

You're right about the Piaf/XTC shift. Her song is an interesting a capella number.