Madonna’s song repertoire stretches a lot farther than last year’s Super Bowl group, The Black-Eyed Peas. So we shouldn’t have to worry about her singing a sample of the same song more than once during a lame medley (not that it’s any excuse for the Peas to play the dreadful “Tonight’s Gonna Be A Good  Night” TWICE during halftime!).

I’m not a fan of the medley. Yuk. No.

Here are some choices as to what Louise Ciccone should belt out come Feb. 5 in Indianapolis. And no, there is none of that “Into The Groove” shit.

“The Power of Goodbye”

My favorite song by her. It was used a few times during the amazing college-themed TV series “Felicity.”

I first heard "The Power of Goodbye" while watching "Felicity"


Hauntingly danceable in a slow-shush sorta way. Spooky in a good form.

“I’ll Remember”

I remember this cool song being used in the film about Harvard students starring Brendan Frasier, Patrick Dempsey, Moira Kelly, Josh Hamilton and ! Joe Pesci.

Ok, that’s it. Not a big Madonna fan. No way she’ll play either of those but how cool (for me anyway) to just do full versions of at least two?