Time keeps on slippin’, slippin’, slippin’: Guess the book by the 90s song title

Let’s play a game!  Inspired by Book Riot‘s “We Didn’t Start the Pale Fire: Books Summarized By 80s Song Titles,” I thought I’d make my own list of book-summing song titles — drawn from the 90s, since that’s the decade that represents my childhood.  And the books will be those previously reviewed here at Postcards, specifically the ones on the Favorites page.*

Ready?  Go!  (you can click on each song title for the answer)

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1.  “I Can’t Watch This,” by Weird Al Yankovic

2.  “Down By the Water” PJ Harvey

3.  “Zombie,” by the Cranberries

4.  “When Worlds Collide,” by Powerman 5000

5.  “Every Day Is a Winding Road,” by Sheryl Crow

6.  “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone,” by Paula Cole

7.  “Stellar,” by Incubus

8.  “A Thousand Years,” by Sting

9.  “Badfish,” by Sublime

10.  “True To Your Heart,” by Stevie Wonder and 98°

11.  “Semi-Charmed Life,” by Third Eye Blind

12.  “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” by Shania Twain

13.  “Fly Like an Eagle,” by Seal

14.  “Snow Day,” by Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories

15.  “Enjoy the Silence,” by Depeche Mode

16.  “Return to Innocence,” by Enigma

17.  “I’m Afraid Of Americans,” by David Bowie

18.  “Epic,” by Faith No More

19.  “Wind of Change,” by Scorpion

20.  “I Will Buy You a New Life,” by Everclear

Are you craving some 90s pop goodness now?  Check out Susie Rodarme’s epic nostalgic playlist, “Pop Rocks and Flannel Shirts“!  Ahhh…smell that teen spirit!

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*  As of this post, anyway.  I’m counting The Hunger Games series as one book, as well as The Last Unicorn book + graphic novel, respectively.  And excluding Castle Waiting Vol. 2, since I didn’t actually talk much about that one.

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