Or... at least the songs that show up on my top twenty-five most played list on my iTunes...
25. Move Along - All American Rejects. Great, all-purpose "get-over-it" song. Applicable to many situations, and therefore great for singing at the top of your lungs when the mood moves you.
24. Come Thou Font - David Crowder. You knew this was coming. You can't have a Kat's Top 25 without some sort of worship music. This is probably one of my favorite hymns redone, EVER.
23. Citadel - Anna Nalick. You'll be seeing a lot of Anna Nalick on this list...
22. The One I'm Waiting For - Relient K. This song is rather catchy. Upbeat and fun, but with a serious message.
21. Consider This - Anna Nalick. I like the sudden stops and starts of the music in this song, it makes the music dramatic. And fun to dance too... (even if you can't dance)
20. Paper Bag - Anna Nalick. Listen to the lyrics. We've all felt that way once in our lives.
19. Getting Into You - Relient K. I LOOOVE this song. Especially considering Relient K is a very high-energy band with a lot of high-energy music. This song is a great deviation from their normal music.
18. Silent Night - Sixpence None The Richer. Favorite Christmas carol. I'm sentimental, what can I say...
17. In The Rough - Anna Nalick. This is a good song to listen to right after you're coming out of a relationship and your partner was decidedly... lacking. Or just when you're lonely.
16. Unwritten - Natasha Bedingfield. For all of those who have ever had writer's block... (and still do)
15. A Lifetime - Better Than Ezra. I really like the story that this song tells. The chorus kind of gets a little old, but everything else I like.
14. Angels We Have Heard On High - Relient K. For those of you who like their Christmas music hard-rocked.
13. The Time Of Your Life - Green Day. Before Green Day began to fail at music.
12. High Of 75 - Relient K. Yes, more of Relient K. It's a good worship song you can wave your hands to. You can feel the sunshine on your face, even if it's snowing.
11. Art In Me - Jars of Clay. Again, lyrics. Listen to the lyrics.
10. Someone to Watch Over Me - Kat Parsons. A woman after my own heart... and name... Yes, it's an oldie redone, but I really like the way she sings it. And I love this song.
9. Like a Child - Jars of Clay. Jars of Clay ALWAYS = great lyrics
8. Wunderkind - Alanis Morissette. This song is driving and wonderfully empowering. It makes me want to stand on a cliff next to the ocean and sing at the top of my lungs.
7. Secrets (That Aren't My Own) - Allison Crowe. Allisone Crowe is a fairly unknown artist, and some of her singing is a little overwhelming, but the way she sings this song is so emotional you easily are swept away by it.
6. Out of My League - Stephen Speaks. I want a man to sing this to me. The piano score is great, and the lyrics are beautiful
5. In My Head - Anna Nalick. If I write a book that turns into a movie, I want this to be the opening song.
4. Breathe (2AM) - Anna Nalick. Just in case you ever forget to use your lungs...
3. I Know It's Time - Kat Parsons. This was a break-up song for me. Sappy and sad... And now I wonder why I ever felt that way... But it's a good song for those of you who have problems letting go.
2. Dirty Little Secret - All American Rejects. I'm not sure I can explain how much I love this song...
1. Bleed - Anna Nalick. Can't explain the love for this one either. I love singing it, dancing to it, and how true the lyrics are for several situations in life. That always helps.
So... if you couldn't tell, almost all of Anna Nalick's "Wreck of the Day" CD was on this list. Go buy it. But buy the new version because it has three extra songs on it and they're AMAZING. *fan plug* Actually, all of these artists rock. Buy their CDs. Support the music industry. DOWNLOADING MUSIC IS ILLEGAL!!!!1!1!11eleventyone