Modern Day Oracle

I got this from Finn (A Life Less Ordinary) and Shelli (Shelli’s Sentiments), both of whom stole it from Metalmom (I Don’t Wanna Hear It!). Thanks ladies.

Scott Wilson?s iBelieve iPod

Rules: Put your music player on shuffle, press forward for each question and use the song title as the answer (commentary optional).

What does next year have in store for me?
Windblown – Kimmie Rhodes (not very encouraging)

What?s my love life like?
Big Road Blues – Rory Block (This could be good or bad)

What do I say when life gets hard?
Hidden – Motorplant (oh, so true)

What do I think of upon waking up?
Merry Christmas, Baby – Lou Rawls (I wish)

What song will I dance to at my wedding?
Army Blues – Bukka White (what!?)

What do I want as a career?
She’s Actual Size – They Might be Giants (obviously)

My favorite saying?
The Love of God – MercyMe (close)

Favorite place?
Mercy Reigns – Shane And Shane

What do I think of my parents?
All of the Above – MercyMe

What?s my porn star name?
Sweet Secret Peace – Neil Finn (oh, yeah…)

Where would I go on a first date?
A Blossom Fell – Nat King Cole (the can’t all be winners)

Drug of choice?
Harness Your Horse and Catch the Wind – Kongar-Ool (I was hoping this would show up on the list)

Describe myself.
Psalm 13 – Shane And Shane (oh, this is a good one – read those six verses)

What is the thing I like doing most?
Old Rugged Cross – The Mars Hillbillies (good song but doesn’t seem to fit)

What is my state of mind like at the moment?
Rock Me Baby – Lightnin’ Hopkins (how ironic)

How will I die?
You Be My Baby – Ray Charles (um….)


A shrine consecrated to the worship and consultation of a prophetic deity, as that of Apollo at Delphi.

A person, such as a priestess, through whom a deity is held to respond when consulted – often in the form of an enigmatic statement or allegory.

See: Isaiah 21

So this turned out a lot different than I expected. Many of the songs are from my wife’s playlist but made it that more interesting.

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