What type of ringtone is on your phone right now? and why?

I've had Alicia Keys' "No One" for quite a few months now...simply because my son would always sing it in the car when it would come on the radio and it was so cute...so I put it on my phone so he would sing it every time it rang- and he did! Still does once in a while...

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I don't have a cool phone so it's just one of the Motorola basics.
I am a dork named Jenni, so mine plays 867-5309 (Jenny I've Got Your Number). LOL!
now that's funny!

Jenni said:
I am a dork named Jenni, so mine plays 867-5309 (Jenny I've Got Your Number). LOL!
I have the James Bond theme song. I heard it and thought that's it and has been for a year or so.
Mine is John Cleese saying "You have a phone call, you lucky thing." Problem is I can't hear it if my phone is in my bag.
I have " Life is Beautiful" by Sixx A.M. because i love the idea behind the song.
I have "Parents Just Don't Understand" by Will Smith for my parents ring tone and Clumsy by Fergie for hubby and the rest is just a standard ring tone on the blackberry
For the past two years mine has been Buzz Buzz by Laurie Berkner. The kids got a kick out of it in the beginning but now, not so much:)
I have "I Need a Hero" for my husband and "We Drink Together" for my BFFs. Everyone else gets the intro theme to Doctor Who.
Okay, calm the laughter but I have the Mississippi State Bulldogs fight song!
Eddie Money's "Take me home tonight..." It makes me smile & it makes my husband laugh...
I just changed it yesterday to Dancing Queen! I saw Mamma Mia this weekend and loved it!!

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