Prometheus von Cornsilk (kingnixon) wrote,
Prometheus von Cornsilk
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i don't get this song

hey, i forget the actual dates and stuff, but my parents are goin on some trips this summer. a week in june and 2 weeks in august. you are all required to move into my house while they're gone so we can have massive parties and shoot heroin (and rifles). seriously, anyone who wants to come, i would be ecstatic. i'll post the dates when i get em

so i've got this best of the smiths cd. it's not bad, but definitley not as amazing as i had been expecting/hoping. but hey, still good. i looked em up, though[1], and found this review that said the 2 best love songs ever were this one, and joy division's "love will tear us apart". oh boy oh boy do i disagree, neither of these are particularly loving songs at all (nothing more romantic than a song about the sun coming out of your butt and how people hate you cuz you're poor, or about how the relationship has run out of romance. oh baby). i think i just don't properly appreciate weirdo new wavey type bands.
speaking of weirdo new wave bands, i saw a video tonight for the funniest nerds ever - "the keys to gramercy park" by deadsy. theyre like if orgy fully embraced their desire to be flock of seagulls. the song sucks, but i coudlnt stop laughing (and i downloaded it, of course)

and now i'm listening to the smiths "some girls are bigger". what the hell?? some girl's mothers are bigger than other girl's mothers. i really don't understand why this song exists

[1] i looked it up because the "please please please let me get what i want" on the cd does not at all sound like my mp3 of it. since it's a pretty safe bet the cd version is the smiths, i'm wondering now what this other one is. i'm pretty sure it's morrisey singing, sounds like him anyway, but the music is all synthy poppy and it's like a minute longer than the cd version, and doesnt have the fun mandolin solo
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