Jeff Sweatman

#WorkdayWrapUp – food theme 9/5 + the FOX song goes viral

Ok, here’s your laugh for the day!  What The Fox Say?

Every Weekday at 6pm, we do a request hour with a different theme, started by the New Song of the Day.  Here’s what actually got played among the requests tonight…

 

Workday Wrap Up 9/5/13 (food theme)

 

Prince – Breakfast Can Wait

Marcy Playground – Sex & Candy (Corner Lounge @ MRC version)

The Wood Brothers – Shoofly Pie

 

Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds – Cornbread (live at RadioCity)

Led Zeppelin – Tangerine

Ben Folds Five – She Don’t Use Jelly (Flaming Lips cover)

Hot Chocolate – You Sexy Thing

Bow Wow Wow – I Want Candy

White Stripes – Ball & Biscuit

Cranberries – Salvation

 

Cracker – Sweet Thistle Pie

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