Post by dixielandyankee on Sept 13, 2004 9:25:04 GMT -6
'Valerie' - Steve Winwood
'Valeriiiiiie, call on me...' - Its just been remixed into a dance track over here in the UK and it came out on CD today, its a pretty cool track but repetitive, therefore meaning I can't stop singing the same line over and over again...
The light at the end of the tunnel is an oncoming train...
I've managed to read through this post and maintain the initial song I came here with. Well, with maybe the exception of that christmas Coke song.
What I'm inundated with is the hidden track on the Black Eyed Peas cd:
check it out I got a question, a question
if Bush is Pinochio, Pinochio who the hell is Gepetto, Gepetto Beware of Gepetto
Oh man, but also, and if this isn't a stretch of musical styles then I don't know what is, from hip hop to Rage Against the Machine's "Killing in the Name Of". Those two songs are battling it over my soul.
Tell me, Scrappy, what type of music gets under your skin the most? You know, the kind that makes your skin crawl and makes your want to grind your teeth, like listening to someone scrape their nails down the chalkboard?
Why, do I ask? Uhm....no particular reason. Just curious.
I had the other day off work, and while Baby Phalon and I were out running errands, I decided to go down to the lighthouse. It's been a month or so since we've been down there - the ducks we used to feed, and the tourists are long gone.
It was a very foggy day, and I wanted to show her the beacon turning, flashing its warning. For some reason it wasn't on...maybe it wasn't as foggy further out in the water, I don't know.
It was windy though, and I was reminded of The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Gordon Lightfoot. I remember when the wreck happened...I think I was in fourth or fifth grade. The song, eerie sounding, always sends chills down my spine when I hear it, and looking out at the lake, though not the Great Lake that took the ship, this windy November day, I got that same chill.