Once it started, I decided to just let it move to the next song in the list when it was done, so essentially what I heard was a slew of songs, all of whose titles began with the letter K, which actually turned out to be interesting intellectually for a couple of reasons:
- Due to the funny way the—or perhaps my—brain works I found myself a little startled when the first word of the song didn't start with a K, having to consciously think, "Oh yeah, it's the title that starts with a K." Eventually, that sunk in to the point that I no longer expected it.
- The second interesting thing that happened was when I couldn't immediately think of the title. I'd go through a process of trying to remember it before the song got to the refrain, which is where, in a majority of the cases, the title was mentioned.
|Keep the Customer Satisfied||Simon & Garfunkel|
|Keg in the Closet||Kenny Chesney|
|Kentucky Gambler||Dolly Parton|
|Kids Say the Darnest Things||Tammy Wynette|
|Kid Charlemagne||Steely Dan|
|Killing Me Softly With His Song||Roberta Flack|
|The Kind of Man a Woman Needs||Barbra Streisand|
|King of the Road||Rufus Wainwright & Teddy Thompson|
|Kiss and Say Goodbye||The Manhattans|
|Kiss of Life||Sade|
|Kiss On My List||Hall & Oates|
This was so much fun—as it played such a variety of songs, many of which I haven't listened to in forever—that I may go back to the top of the alphabet, and pick a random song to start with in that group for that day, and then move down the alphabet over my next 25 workouts.