Or, "What Movies Taught Me"
  1. "Can't Help Falling in Love," Elvis Presley
    If you focus, you can almost hear the screams in the background.
  2. "More Than A Woman," Bee Gees
    Somebody dancing, somebody else dying.
  3. Any song by Edith Piaf
    Preferably out of an old crackly Victrola. And most likely opening up to an already-transpired grisly murder.
  4. "That's Life," Frank Sinatra
    How ironic. Incidentally, "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette would make a terrible soundtrack for murdlin'.
  5. "Freebird," Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Ever since I heard it in Forrest Gump, I had a feeling the solo would fit great over a scene of hippie violence.
  6. "Chief Rocka," Lords of the Underground
    I imagine it echoing in the distance, inside some terrifying warehouse. Messin' your moods all up and stuff.
  7. "Tired of Being Alone," Al Green
    Can't skip Motown when it comes to inappropriately chill music. Besides, he was so tired of being alone...
  8. "Twilight time" by The Platters
    Featured in that X-Files episode where an inbred family murders all the intruders ("Home").
    Suggested by @karen