Tots’ Top Tunes

Like my Monthly Mixes I post, this is what a representative Pablo y Doodles mix would contain. It may explain a bit about our nonsense. Just imagine these tunes playing in the background whilst we play in the foreground. I’m not a parent who easily gives up stereo control, especially in the car. But these have become “hits” here and some are listenable, really. Every kid deserves a soundtrack. No child left behind without an iPod.

Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Raiders March – John Williams
Run Away! – Monty Python’s Spamalot
Imperial March from THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK – John Williams
Old Man (from White Christmas!) – Bing Crosby
March from “1941” – John Williams
fly around my pretty little miss – pert near sandstone
March from SUPERMAN – John Williams
Throne Room/End Title – John Williams
(My youngest brother actually had this playing at his wedding reception
as the wedding party entered the hall. Nice. I did the Chewbacca to get the
standing ovation and applause. But normally much more of a Han, not ham. Han.)
Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life – Monty Python’s Spamalot
Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life (Company Bow) – Monty Python’s Spamalot
Knights Of The Round Table / The Song That Goes Like This (Reprise)
– Monty Python’s Spamalot
March from MIDWAY – John Williams
(“armies marching! I wanna hear armies marching, dad”)
Main Theme from STAR WARS – John Williams
Pee-Pee In The Potty – Kimya Dawson
The Tra La La Song (Banana Splits Theme) – Liz Phair & Material Issue
Theme from JAWS – John Williams
I Like To Move It – Erick Morillo & Sacha Baron Cohen (Madagascar)
Little Monster Babies – Kimya Dawson
Alphabutt – Kimya Dawson
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life – Monty Python
(sample lyric: life’s a piece o’shit when you look at it)

OK, ‘fess up, what’d you let your kids listen to? You probably give them Radio Disney
control, don’t you?



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2 responses to “Tots’ Top Tunes

  1. Dig

    Ours have decided to listen to dead French singers. I feel an intervention coming on.

  2. Karen

    At my girls’ 5th birthday party I made a mix CD for the grab bag gift. It had all the songs my girls love at this time. It was mostly filled with songs from the High School Musical trilogy. It was kind of fun to make and we listen to it all the time.

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