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Top Ten Books I'd Give a Theme Song To

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish.

This week's topic:  Top Ten Books I'd Give a Theme Song To

1.) The Hunger Games-'Eye of the Tiger' by Survivor-I love this song and I think the lyrics go well with the story of the games.
2.) Twilight-'Endless Love' by Lionel Ritchie and Diana Ross-A super cheesy love song for a super cheesy book.
3.) Lover Unbound by J.R. Ward-'Hurts So Good' by John Mellencamp-I am not going to explain this one.  If you've read the book, you know what I mean.
4.) Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher-'How Do You Get That Lonely' by Blaine Larsen-I don't know if this book needs a theme song but when I read it, this song came to mind.
5.) Tatiana and Alexander and The Summer Garden by Paullina Simons-'I Just Got Back From Hell' by Gary Allan-This isn't so much a theme song for these books as it is a theme song for Alexander and what he went through in these stories

This was reallly hard so I only have five this week.  What books do you think need a theme song?


  1. I'm seeing that I am completely out of the music world! I think I know the first two songs (vaguely) but I not only don't know the last three, but I don't even know who the artists are!

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  2. Hurt so good is a perfect choice for Lover Unbound!

  3. The Mellencamp song is perfect for Vishous! Also, love your Thirteen Reasons Why suggestion...super sad, but really works for that book.

    Jennifer @ Feminist Fairytale Reviews

  4. I had a hard time this week as well but I really liked your choice for Twilight haha I was almost ashamed to add it to my list but if the song fits then go for it!! Also Eye of the Tiger was a hilarious and fitting tribute to THG! Here is my Top Ten

  5. New follower :-) It is so fun to see the many different songs that people have chosen for Hunger Games.


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