APPROPRIATE SONGS FOR MY CHARACTERS
Rescue Me by The Fontellas. What Eileen has heard too many times to count, now what Hanastrew and the squad deal with.
Emotional Rescue by the Rolling Stones. Not a huge fan of theirs, prefer The Beatles, but like this and it’s what Derek’s done for Eileen, else hundreds of years to go in the Kingdom, married off to a suitable chinless wonder is the life she could’ve expected.
Love is the Drug by Roxy Music. Eileen’s drug of preference!
Strangers in the Night by Frank Sinatra. Sadly the type of strangers in the night Eileen, Hanastrew, the squad and increasingly Jenny are likely to meet are of the not of this world variety.
Making Your Mind Up by Bucks Fizz. One for Jenny to Eileen over what world she wants to belong to.
War of the Worlds by Jeff Wayne. There is unlikely to be peace between the Fairy Kingdom and earth for the foreseeable future. Not only does humanity have to behave better to get any positive response from the magical world, the fairies have to ump their condescending attitude towards anybody not magical. To a certain extent war of the worlds did occur when Gwendolyn brought back her earth lovers to the magical realm, causing friction and civil wars, not something the Kingdom wants to experience again. Antipathy to humans for them is the safest course.
We Don’t Talk Anymore by Sir Cliff Richard. One for the breakdown in relationships between the Queen, Eileen and Jenny.
Going Back to My Roots by Odyssey. What the Queen wishes Eileen would do.
Walking Back to Happiness by Helen Shapiro. What Eileen does every time she returns to Derek.
Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Queen. What Eileen and Jenny suffer from, not that they mind. The Queen believes Eileen must be crazy to want to give up all the perks of a magical, royal existence for a human male. Ironically this would be one of the few areas where the Witch agrees with the monarch.
Return to Sender by Elvis Presley. What Eileen’s enemies try to do to her.
The Living Daylights by Aha. A great Bond theme and what Eileen, Hanastrew and the squad give to the Queen’s enemies.
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service - again a great Bond theme. One for Eileen, Hanastrew and squad.
Stop Your Sobbing by the Pretenders. What Eileen would say to any fairy who dared blub on duty, though this would be a comparatively mild rebuke by her usual standards.