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Thursday, January 26, 2012

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Emotional Bagcheck

Emotional Bagcheck, as the sub header states, is secretly a music site. If you've got some emotional baggage to share, someone can read about what's bugging you and send you a song to make you feel better. I sent the person who said, "I'm in debt and trying to go back to school, but I can't get financial aid because I'm currently too broke to pay my taxes. I know I've gotten myself into this mess, but I just don't know how I'll get out of it alone." this song. [Thanks, Heather!]

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M'fly

I love this site! But people need to knock it off with the Bob Marley shit.

melis

Finally, a place where people can share their personal problems on the Internet.

redheaded&crazy

@melis if that's a veiled criticism of me, i won't hear it and i won't respond to it!

melis

@redheadedandcrazy Someone get the Seaword out of here.

nevernude cutoffs

@melis i'll leave when I'm good and ready

emilylou

MELIS! This happened to my gmail yesterday evening and I had to show you. Because I blame you.

Yes, gmail sidebar, "why these ads?" - GREAT question.

Decca

@emilylouise HAAAAA!!!

Party Falcon

Man. I got the saddest tween/teen girl and I have the perfect song for her, but grooveshark won't pull it up. Frustrating.

Porn Peddler

My friend and I are dumping new music on each other and I am discovering the greatest shit ever. Aloe Blacc oH MY GOD

emilylou

@Third Wave Housewife I LOVE ALOE BLACC <3 His cover of "Femme Fatale" is the best. He's also great live.

@emilylouise Can we listen to more S Club 7 now?

emilylou

@S. Elizabeth YES, ALWAYS

applestoapples

I have a theory that the Karate Kid theme song ("You're The Best") will work for 7 out of every 10 bag checks.

raised amongst catalogs

@applestoapples Oh, co-signed to infinity.

beanie

@applestoapples I was thinking of sending "Don't Worry Be Happy" but decided not to be a troll today.

applestoapples

@beanie I'm sure many people would agree, but I'm in the "that song makes me want to stab someone" minority.

leonstj

@applestoapples - "Man in Motion (St Elmo's Fire)". 80% of the time it works all the time.

It started out as a joke, then this became my actual go-to "You can do it" song.

applestoapples

@leon.saintjean I run to that song all the time. It's one of my secret unironic motivators.

Alibi Jones

@applestoapples Yo, why am I the first person to mention Eye of the Tiger, here? Hairpin, I thought I understood you, but now I just don't know.

Kivrin

Fun concept, but the search engine can't find RATM's "Killing in the Name" (which is my go-to angry song). Lame.

alexandra

@Kivrin YES that song.

I was all on board to love the shit out of this but it won't let me send "You Can't Hurry Love" to an angsty teenager. Apparently their database contains Ludacris, but not Diana Ross... unacceptable.

Kivrin

@alexandra That is ENTIRELY unacceptable. Again, great concept, but dude—the song database is key! Such a disappointment.

sharkburp

aw dammit someone gave me "firework" by katy perry. where's a well placed destiny's child song when you need it?

Porn Peddler

"I'm in the throes of breaking up with my soul mate because of situational circumstances. We both love each other, but we can't seem to make it work. And I'm the one that has to be strong enough to walk. I'm dying." I sent Skinny Love by Bon Iver saying she probably needed a raging cathartic cry...good choice y/n?

Jane Marie

@Third Wave Housewife oh god, that album. i wish i'd had the tape so that it would've worn out during my last breakup and i'd never have to hear it again.

maevemealone

@Third Wave Housewife I don't have that particular song in my rotation, but for some reason, Phil Collins popped into my head when I read that baggage. "One More Night" or "Against All Odds" So dramatic it might count as trolling though...

mynamebackwards

@Third Wave Housewife that album came out right after I got dumped by my first real love and I wouldn't let myself buy it because I knew I would just TORTURE myself. I didn't need any more excuses to stand in the shower listening to music and sobbing.

things are all good now, though. yay!

p.s. oddly, I found that the antidote to wallowing was the This American Life "break up" show. really helped on those days that shower-crying wasn't on the menu.

beerd

@Third Wave Housewife "Walk Away" by Ben Harper is damn good, but perhaps too literal?

apples and oranges

@mynamebackwards Oh my goodness I love that one. When the little girl talks about writing the letter to the mayor? Holy crap, I almost started crying at working (not that I listen to podcasts...at work... at my desk... huh?)

Jennie Baxla

I love this site so much. I feel like it's a little like FutureMe, which I use ALL THE TIME to give myself a kick in the ass, but better because someone else gives me advice. I can give myself advice all I want but I hardly ever listen to it because WHAT DO I KNOW. Plus: music.

beanie

The baggage I just got---I'm dealing with a lot depression around the fact that I won't ever be able to have a baby.

I feel like I suddenly have a really important job to cheer this person up and have NO CLUE what song to pick. Oh god, this is kinda stressful.

Jane Marie

@beanie anything by Big K.R.I.T.

Porn Peddler

@beanie I am also getting really stressed about this. That just might be my baggage.

melis

"Papa Don't Preach," the really lousy Kelly Osbourne cover

melis

"Brick," Ben Folds

melis

Oh dear, these aren't helpful at all, they're jokes!

miwome

@beanie Omigod. Now I'm wracking my brain to see if I have any ideas.

beanie

@miwome I sent "Iris" by Goo Goo Dolls and a note saying I'm sorry and that I'm thinking of her.

sarabara

you have no idea how much I needed this right now.

alexandra

@sharkburp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lPQZni7I18 here you go

OhShesArtsy

I'm scared to play. What if I send the wrong song and the person feels worse? Oh god, I can't handle the pressure!

redheaded&crazy

so i'm not really a "music" "type" and i have not ever made a mix tape or cd or i dunno, itunes playlist for anybody ever, but sometimes i think i could get into it solely for the purpose of breakups, like a breakup mix cd. just for me! to listen to all my strong independent women (adele), sad sad saddy sad (gotye), dumb pop music why do you speak to my life (katy perry) music all in one place.

anyways this is a good idea.

leonstj

@redheadedandcrazy - my patented breakup mix:

Day 1: Purple Rain on infinite loop, lots of crying.
Day 2: November Rain on infinite loop, lots of whiskey.
Day 3: The hangover hurts so much you can't think about the breakup.

remargaret

@leon.saintjean Needs more rain songs.
Day 4: Blue Eyes Cryin'in the Rain
Day 5: I Can't Stand the Rain (things are starting to look up)
Day 6: It's Raining Men (you recover from breakups really fast when listening to rain songs)

redheaded&crazy

@remargaret i'm really glad that my adele set fire to the rain fits in with this theme AND also contains the concept of setting things on fire.

i feel content.

Marzipan

@remargaret UMMMMMM excuse me, 'I Wish it Would Rain' by The Temptations? It obviously goes right before I Can't Stand the Rain.

planforamiracle

Arghhhh is this the place where I can whine about the sob-inducing playlist my yoga teacher put on last week? It included—I kid you not—the following fine selection of Sad Bastard Music:
"Skinny Love" by Bon Iver
"The Boxer" by Simon and Garfunkel
"Hallelujah" the version by Jeff Buckley
and many other similar songs.. fine pieces of music, but not exactly appropriate for yoga class. I was literally crying on my mat. And I usually love her class so much but was too shy to mention it during or after the class. But seriously who would do such a thing!?

Porn Peddler

@planforamiracle I would probably have passed out. Is this like bikram yoga except with tears?

planforamiracle

@Third Wave Housewife it was a vinyasa flow class and is usually really uplifting and fast-paced! and I might have been able to ignore it better but it was on my lunch break from a not-so-great day at work..
I like your interpretation better though. Maybe I was clearing blocked energy??

miwome

@planforamiracle "Sad bastard music"! Are you a High Fidelity fan too?

remargaret

@planforamiracle Yeah! Pop music with lyrics in yoga classes is so hit-or-miss, because one person's power ballad can mean something completely different to someone else. An instructor played a cover of Joni Mitchell's "River" in class awhile back, and it made me cry during shivasana, of COURSE, it is a very sad song!
Most obnoxious and overplayed sad song that I keep hearing in yoga: Sia's "Breathe Me." STOP IT.

planforamiracle

@miwome @miwome YES- that is one of many expressions from that movie that will never leave my lexicon. (see also, "A COSBY SWEATER," etc...)
@remargaret I totally agree. in the other class I go to, the instructor usually put on a a tabla beat and droning sounds, which I love. Even if the song isn't sad, I find lyrics really distracting while I'm doing yoga.

remargaret

@planforamiracle Haha, last week the instructor put the same song on repeat for an hour. I don't know if it was a yogi mind test or what, but after counting six loops i realized it was distracting so i stopped.

miwome

@planforamiracle "If you ripped this, it's vintage, and I will fucking sock your nose."

Porn Peddler

"so tired of being the only responsible person in my family. soooooo tired" "Fuck You" by Cee Lo Green because you get to dance your ass off and say "fuck you" a million times to nobody in particular. I think I should open a private practice.

madge

@Third Wave Housewife hahaha that was totally my baggage! i didn't get your rec yet but can i say i fucking love that song?

mczz

@madge I sent Bob Dylan to this! Hope you didn't find it glib!

ETA: oh man, is this comment glib? It's not supposed to be! Man the internet is so hard.

Porn Peddler

@madge YESSSSSS!

madge

@mczz not at all! it just reminded me of how much i love bob dylan and always forget to listen to him! thanks for caring <3

mczz

@madge oh good, I'm so glad!

alexandra

@madge @ThirdWaveHousewife I got that one too! I sent you "Winner." It is completely bizarre how many baggages I have seen that seem to deserve that song. ROCK ON.

permanentbitchface

This site is amazing. I checked some baggage about a dude problem and almost instantly got 7 replies, which is so touching in itself. I've listened to three already and they were all fucking perfect and the last one had a super wonderful pep talk message.

People are fantastic, seriously. I want to HUG THEM ALL.

madge

@Christina i just came here to write the same thing! i bet all the awesome responses i got were from hairpinners :)

mczz

This is amazing! I love it! I got some really sweet replies to my dumb baggage, and did my best to provide solace in music to some others. Thanks for passing it on!

MerelyGoodExpectations

Oh, this is the best! Someone (a 'pinner?) replied to mine with "God Help The Girl" which is like ESP-level perfect.

I got a sad/closeted queer kid and sent him or her a Kate Bush song and a link to the Trevor Project... wish there was more I could do :/

(But seriously, God Help the Girl? Anonymous internet person, you have made my day.)

mczz

I just whined about my grad school application and someone (a pinner?) sent me the advice to "dance it off" and enjoy this time! I love that advice!

Toby Jug

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http://youtu.be/pwnefUaKCbc

beerd

@Toby Jug YES! Good God, it don't get much better...

Decca

@Toby Jug Yes all the time yes!

bocadelperro

The last time I used that site, I got an assault survivor. I sent her Aretha Franklin and some links to counseling services. I still wonder if she's ok...

Porn Peddler

If one of you pinners told somebody that the night shift isn't that bad......girl, you ain't alone with dick rambone on your shift.

What'sUpMakeup

Ooo oo oo. I just got someone who is basically my emotional doppenganger. Feeling stagnant, bored, lonely and unemployed while all their friends are being English teachers in Paris or backpacking in Barcelona (I was gonna be all "You just need some slacker friends. Maybe lower the bar a little". But that wasn't really the point.) So my song for when I'm feeling all sorry for myself and alienated from the world is "Helplessness Blues" by Fleet Foxes so that's what I gave them.

miwome

@What'sUpMakeup Are you me?

What'sUpMakeup

Pretty much any ABBA song would work.

femme cassidy

Words cannot express my disappointment that they don't have Smashmouth's "Fuck It, Let's Rock."

Decca

I just got someone who wasn't sure about whether to quit their job or not, so I sent them Ru Paul's "Supermodel (You Better Work)". I'm really good at this.

paperbuttons

Oh! My goodness! This totally works. I just got 7 songs plus messages from strangers and 6 of them were so uplifting I actually teared up. (One had no message, just a song that I think was supposed to indicate that my problem is stupid :/)
But man. I'm gonna be sending out good good songs all day. This is genius!

Katie Scarlett

Robyn's Get Myself Together for everyone!

Clare

@Katie Scarlett Somebody sent me Dancing On My Own and I was like, aw, you must be a 'Pinner.

alexandra

@Clare you're welcome (:

give cheese some pants

@Katie Scarlett 2 out of the first 4 songs I sent were Get Myself Together!

alexandra

I am now legitimately disturbed by how many anonymous internet users think I should leave my boyfriend ):

Clare

I've sent three different people Be By Myself by Asher Roth for three different problems. I think I might be doing this wrong.

Decca

Ugh, look at the list of top song choices. It's like my idea of the Playlist from Hell.

miwome

@Decca I know. Hopefully we can fix it with sheer numbers.

beerd

Also, I don't know where else to say this, but I'm very sick, so I'm finally watching all the tv shows y'all talk about here, and HOLY SHIT THEY ARE SO GOOD. Friday Night Lights? Good God y'all.

#Delurking

miwome

@beerd I need to do this! Every year I ask Santa for the ability to stop time while I catch up on things and then start again where I left off, and still nothing.

beerd

@miwome Get a fever! Or a hangover. The headache is a small price to pay for the lack of guilt.

miwome

@beerd I wish there were a secret store where you could go pick up a fever on those days when you want an excuse to do things like this, or just not go to work.

Lady Pennyface

@miwome "a secret store where you could go pick up a fever on those days when you want an excuse to do things like this, or just not go to work." This is what I needed this morning as I got ready for work! Someone please make this happen. And put one in my neighborhood.

miwome

@Lady Pennyface They hand out balaclavas at the front door, instead of plastic baskets. So you and everyone you know your boss don't have to recognize each other and feel weird/play potential blackmail, Prisoners' Dilemma style.

Lady Pennyface

@miwome Perfection! Tomorrow I will go and pick up a fever and maybe just one tiny cold, for later.

alexandra

Okay guys we literally cleared their emotional baggage out.. I just clicked and it said "We're out of baggage." ROCK ON

What'sUpMakeup

@alexandra "Try again later, when there's more pain to go around."

I will!

Porn Peddler

oh god I just got the longest rambling thing in the form of an email someone sent to his counselor, copypasted into the "check your baggage" field and now it is in front of me. All I can think of is "shine on you crazy diamond"

steponitvelma

@Third Wave Housewife I got that too! I sent him "A Better Son/Daughter" by Rilo Kiley. I hope this didn't make it worse.

Decca

I just got "I hate math sooooo much!", haha. I think that's from 13 year old me.

Decca

@Decca (I sent them Paul Simon's "When Numbers Get Serious")

area@twitter

Most excellent. I got wonderful songs and veiled advice to adopt a dog, which is just about perfect. THANK YOU INTERNET!

Lady_Terminator

UGH SO GOOD. I'm literally on the verge of tears with the good advice received in a matter of minutes... I wish I could contact the people who sent it and be best friends with them forever.

itmakesmewonder

@Lady_Terminator me too

paperbuttons

I am on a pep talk bender! You guys need anything solved while I'm at it? Bring it on!!

apples and oranges

@paperbuttons YES I'm newly studying abroad and homesick as hell and dealing with a not-wanted-from-either-party-just-life-circumstances-we-are-too-new-a-couple-to-handle-transcontinental-half-year-separation so I miss him so much but can't talk to him because of a. time difference; b. don't know how to navigate our awkward status of not-couple but still on good terms; c. i'm embarassed at how hard a time I'm having. and also don't know the language in my new country so I feel like an asshole idiot American/also why didn't I go to a country where I knew the language!?!?!?!?! My roommates are strange and I think they think I'm weird because I spend a lot of time in my room on the internet skyping angstily to my sister... plus my direct roommate (hello double, I miss u <3 privacie) def heard my crying last night when I was "sleeping." Kindly, she has not mentioned it.

Please helppp meee.

apples and oranges

@kangerine oh dear THAT WAS EMOTIONAL BAGGAGE AMIRIGHT
sorry Pin

miwome

@kangerine First of all: if you're newly there, it will almost certainly get better. The breakup plus just getting there really blows, because it sounds like it's making it harder for you to Get Out There, Meet People, and Keep Busy, but on the flip side, those things are what you need to do BOTH to feel better about the breakup AND to enjoy your time abroad more! So!

Are the people in your program cool at all? Where are you, and why did you choose to go there--I mean, there must have been something about this place that drew you, right? So is there anything you can do to try to get back to that, and get into it so that you are kind of Getting What You Came For? Like, if you're in Paris, go buy some wine and drink it at the fucking Eiffel Tower, you know? I bet you could meet people that way too, because I am reliably informed that that's a Thing People Do. To that end, also, maybe take a phrasebook/language textbook just to a coffeeshop or something and sit there and study. This way, you get out of the house in a pretty non-challenging way, and if you meet people, you can at least impress them with a few phrases (trust, such a little effort goes such a long way). Doing exactly this made me one of my closest (local) friends when I was studying abroad.

Also, if you aren't among other American(?) students, sometimes there's an American(?) Cultural Center or similar where you could meet people; or if there are a lot of international kids in your study program, just be a bit friendly and it's amazing how quickly that whole community can enfold you.

Lots of hugs, and good luck! You can do this!

apples and oranges

@miwome Ahh thank you. I just made a giant list of all the things I'm doing this weekend, which range from absurdly minute (send some emails) to practical (pay for my internet in my apartment) to actually exciting things. And some Get What You Came For stuff. Meeting people is what is making me the most nervous.. I'm good at being busy, but shy at making friends. But I am going on a trip next weekend so hopefully that will be good for meeting people! And I am definitely going to snatch that idea about coffeeshop language studying.
but thank you thank you so much; just reading that made me feel a lot calmer and better.

Decca

@kangerine Awh, you poor thing! I probably won't be too much help but as someone who spent last year doing a study abroad I just wanted to pop in and give you some reassurance. I was studying in the US so at least I knew the language, but I can relate to the rest of your issues. I spent the first week there crying and hating everyone and everything ("It's too HOT and my laptop just BROKE and nobody gets my HUMOUR and the food is INEDIBLE and WHY IS ALL THE BREAD SUGARY") but then I made friends, and started to explore the city, and found slightly better bread.

Maybe with your guyfriend you could write him a letter, if the time difference is a bitch. He might not be the kind of guy who would write you back, but I think sitting down with a pen and paper and writing out a letter to him longhand might be a helpful exercise. It doesn't have to be a Feelings letter. Just say you're excited about having the excuse to use the postal system now. It might be a way for you to feel closer to him in a way that email may not.

I didn't really get on with my roommates either. We didn't dislike each other, we were just...on divergent tracks. It was slightly upsetting for a while for me, but then I reminded myself "They're just my roommates, they're not my friends. Screw 'em. As long as we're all polite and respectful to each other, I don't care."

With the homesickness, I can just advise not dwelling on it. I knew people who were studying abroad and spent their whole time counting down the days til they went back to Ireland, Skyping their friends back home about the parties they were missing, etc. A little bit of moping is fine every now and again - I made a few sad "Missing Home" playlists - but try not to get mired down in it. When you're back home, you'll regret not getting out and seeing more of the country that you're in now.

Studying abroad can be tough, but it's also a total gift. You're going to be fine!

ETA: Just on the topic of meeting people. I was super nervous about meeting people when I went abroad as well. The college organised some ice-breaker things and though I got along fine with the people I met at those events, I didn't really "click" with anyone right at the beginning. But then I met a guy who is basically the male equivalent of me, and we got along so incredibly well. He was Irish and doing a study abroad as well, and we would never had met if it weren't for the two of us being abroad at the same time. He's now my absolute best friend. When I think that I was almost too grumpy and introverted to make friends with him, I get almost panicked. So you never know what's going to happen!

miwome

@kangerine Yay for calmer and better! I totally feel you on good at being busy, shy at making friends. Making friends is so hard sometimes. I think eventually I learned to have this particular situation of being abroad or traveling trigger a different set of habits so I could just get used to doing social things that would normally kind of terrify me.

Let it all happen! You will have a great time.

@Decca OMG! All the Brits I was friends with (didn't know any Irish there, not lumping you in I PROMISE) when I was abroad used to complain about American bread, too! And then we would argue about baseball v. cricket. Ah, memories.

Decca

@paperbuttons Hee, on this important matter I am proud to stand with my British brethren. Your pretzels? Amazing. Your sliced pan? Not so much.

PistolPackinMama

@kangerine Aw... you know what? Americans aren't trained to learn foreign languages- we aren't encouraged to, and it actually takes a lot of effort to find the opportunity to REALLY learn a new one if you are your basic American student. It really does.

Going somewhere where you don't know the language is the way you become Not An Awful American. And you will fuck up and do stupid stuff, but everyone does. It's not because you are awful, it's because you are taking a risk. Don't worry about it.

If you hate your housemates, or the people in your program... you have just got the best impetus to go meet other people. Seriously. I went to church a lot while living abroad not because I am especially religious, but because I wanted to meet other people, and I did.

Find a thing like that--- chess? Dusting off your trombone skills? Singing in a choir? Playing soccer/ultimate frisbee/ dancing? And just go do it! If it's a sport or an activity, not knowing the language will only be part of the experience- doing the thing will be, too! And you will learn the words for things like "red card" or "I got a goal." Awesome.

XOXO-- you can totally do it.

PistolPackinMama

@kangerine PS: My older brother was telling me he sent someone in just your circumstance a dubiously supportive song. So if some person seems to have picked out exactly the not right thing... it was him. And don't listen to him. I like him a lot and love him to death. But I am not going to lie. Sometimes he is an insensitive schmuck.

beerd

@kangerine
I've kinda been there. I found never calling home to be very helpful. Home is always gonna be there.

Also, any long distance thing only works if you're both happy for what each other are enjoying and exploring in your respective locations. (Admittedly, not a relationship, just a live wire hanging in the future, sparking and waiting on the off chance you run into it again) So get off Skype (like, seriously, call home once a month) and dive deep as you can into your new culture. Refuse to speak English and get good at miming. It's a fucking ADVENTURE!

Also, letter writing? What a perfect way to pace a correspondence. Remember to write a note on the back of the envelope so he smiles before he opens it.

panquecito

This made me realize that Florence + the Machine singing "Shake It Out" is applicable to almost all kinds of ennui.

Also, this is my first comment after a year and a half of enjoying all of you clever commenters. Happy delurking to me!

miwome

@elenachicago Welcome! I feel like it speaks well of you that this is what brought you out of hiding!

a horde of great crab things

It keeps telling me there's no more pain! No- one is checking their baggage and I am fitting refresh like a maniac, fuelled by an insatiable need to soothe internet strangers with my mixture of overly literal and possibly slightly insensitive music choices!

reebs14

Just dropped off my baggage and got the most gloriously perfect song for my particular brand of crazy, along with such a sweet message. Bless you, Hairpinners. I'm mostly a lurker, but you guys and your awesome comments have gotten me through a truly shit-tastic winter. Thank you.

Elvis Costello's Spectacles

I submitted a message lamenting the fact that I can't stop sneezing, and got five replies all at once. This means I now have a playlist for when I'm sneezing.

(FYI - I have done my bit in return, but I tend to listen to bad hair metal when I need cheering up so I don't know if I've made people's lives better or much, much worse.)

Mad as a Hatter!

Okay, this site can't be that good when it won't even let me send Bring It All Back by S Club 7 to someone. Bullshit.

PistolPackinMama

It's like Post Secret's cooler, younger sister has come to town...

beerd

Yo! Is anyone here capable with internets! I need a tube wrangler. I want to do this with books and questions. Like, instead of "what's your baggage," I'd be like, "what's your battle? What are you trying to fold into your mind?" Then, if they're like, "I'm trying to figure out whether it's moral as a tourist to visit (and intrinsically change) cultures that are cool only because tourism hasn't changed them yet" I'll be all like, "check it out! Have you read Rolf Potts? What about The Songlines, by Bruce Chatwin?"

But I just realized we can't crowdsource it, or everyone will get recommended Twightlight. And if one poor soul shows up with a problem and gets told Atlas Shrugged is the answer, I've made the world a darker place.

I guess basically I want to be a one-man, boutique used bookstore. Or a librarian to troubled teenagers who inexplicably trust me.

This is why over-particular people can't have nice jobs...

pipsqueak

@beerd I'm incapable with internets but may I just say I love this idea? I'm a bookseller and when customers ask me about their reading/moral/philosophical dilemmas it's one of my favourite parts of my job. (I also suffer from such quandaries all the time myself, though).

ennaenirehtac

Um, if they won't let me send "You're the Best Around" from the Karate Kid soundtrack, how am I supposed to cheer anyone up????

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jimmyrapper

@Katie Scarlett 2 out of the first 4 songs I sent were Get Myself Together! what does bubblegum casting do

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