I always liked this part of that song:And if a double-decker busCrashes into usTo die by your sideIs such a heavenly way to dieAnd if a ten-ton truckKills the both of usTo die by your sideWell, the pleasure - the privilege is mineHe's singing so upbeat, and I truly believe him when he says the pleasure -- the privilege is mine.
No matter what I would have said, cardiogirl said something better, so ditto that!How I love me some Smiths.
When is Moz gonna find your blog and reciprocate the worshipping?
I'm pretty sure I wrote that lyric.
Cardio: Too obvious, but too true.Fran: Agreed. Please ensure you coordinate all future comments with her as well.Beth: According to my Sitemeter, as soon as he Googles "Julie Andrews topless." Falwless: Then hand me the pillow, the one that you dream on.
let me know the week that "And then her Walkman started to melt" is the lyric of the week. thx.
JB: You missed it! It was September 19, 2007. Which was followed by something I had lying around from my high school sketchbook a few days later.
Just for you, I'm listening to this album as I type. I wrote the passage cardiogirl mentioned on all of my brown-paper covered books in high school. Sigh. "Oh god, my chance has come at last..." Breaks my heart a little every time.
Whiskey: This may sound odd, but I dreamt about you last night...and I fell out of bed twice.
Re: minijonb saying:Let me know the week that "And then her Walkman started to melt" is the lyric of the week. thx.No offense to minijonb, but IN your FACE, dude. I LOVE that Evil Genius can reference September 19, 2007.Game, match, set, baby!And it truly is a bitchin' lyric. I like how he enunciates "Roman nose."
Cardio,It was just a gentle reminder as JB had already commented on the follow-up post. Which, if you are interested, wound up as a tee shirt at the Rock and Roll Astronaut Store.
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