01. Your favorite song with the name of a city in the title or text.
"The District Sleeps Alone Tonight", The Postal Service
02. A song you've listened to repeatedly when you were depressed at some point in your life.
"Head Like a Hole", Nine Inch Nails
03. A song you purchased an album for, and wound up liking nothing but that one song.
"Paradise by the Dashboard Light", Meat Loaf
04. A great song in a language other than English.
"Leva E' Traz", Ivan Lins
05. Your least favorite song on one of your favorite albums of all time.
"Hearing Aid", They Might Be Giants (Flood)
06. A song you like by someone you find physically unattractive or otherwise repellent.
Concerto for Violin (don't know the key, but it's the only one he wrote), Felix Mendelssohn. I love this piece and I'd imagine that I'd find him unattractive, seeing as he's dead.
07. Your favorite song that has expletives in it (that's not by Liz Phair).
"You're No Good", Tami Hart
08. A song that sounds as if it's by someone British but isn't.
"Alden Howell", Inspection 12
09. A song you like (possibly from your past) that took you forever to finally locate a copy of.
"Gangsta's Paradise", Coolio
10. A song that reminds you of spring but doesn't mention spring at all.
"Better Things", Dar Williams
11. A song that sounds to you how being happy feels.
"Fire Down Below", Boogsie Sharpe, as recorded by the Phase II Pan Groove, Panorama 1989.
12. Your favorite song from a non-soundtrack compilation album.
"This Feeling Nice" - Phase II Pan Groove. [Carnival Jump-Up: Steelbands of TnT]
13. A song that reminds you of high school.
14. A song that reminds you of college.
"Gimme Some More", Busta Rhymes
15. A song you actually like by an artist you otherwise dislike.
"Toxic", Britney Spears
16. A song by a band that features three or more female members.
"Dig Me Out", Sleater-Kinney
17. One of the earliest songs that you can remember listening to.
"Uptown Girl", Billy Joel
18. A song you've been mocked by friends for liking.
19. A really good cover version you think no one else has heard.
"Mandy", Barry Manilow - covered by Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
20. A song that has helped cheer you up after a breakup or other difficult situation.
"The Story of your Bones", Jennifer Nettles Band