The 30 Days are already over, but I'll throw in a few more of these. Go here if you don't know what I'm talking about.
"A song that describes you"? Well I suppose I should go for something about clutter or being a pack rat, but nothing comes to mind right now. A different song that does come to mind though is "Bananas" by Deep Purple. Besides earning the nickname "Bananas" due in part to the "Banana" episodes I did for my radio show, I especially like the lyrics "Don't help me, I'll help myself" and "Now my life is richer than rich, 'cause I studied mathematics".
Next on the list is "a song that you used to love but now hate". I guess that would include songs that I used to like, but heard them so many times that I got sick of them. Pretty much anything from Metallica's self-titled album comes to mind. I was already sick of it entering college in 1993, and EVERY person in my dorm either had that CD or had a room mate who had the CD. And the damn thing got played every day. I will go so far as to say that it is the most overplayed heavy metal album of all time. I'm not even going to bother posting a clip here.
Then there's "A song that you hear often on the radio". Well, I listen to Sirius XM radio these days, not FM/AM. I find this song showing up a lot on the stations I listen to:
And finally (for this installment anyway) "A song that you wish you heard on the radio". If there was a song I wanted to hear, then chances are good that I've already long since bought the album and can listen to it whenever I want. Though as Alice Cooper pointed out, classic rock stations seem to select from the same 100 songs. It's nice to get into the deeper tracks. In fact, there's one XM radio station specifically built on this idea. How about...ANY song from The Residents?