Tuesday, January 24, 2017
My Flatmate was playing a Paul Simon CD and I heard the lines "And I believe in the future We shall suffer no more Maybe not in my lifetime But in yours I feel sure".
These lines instantly made me like this song.
Here is another Paul Simon song from the same album. It's pretty good as well. I originally thought this was the song that the above lines came from.
Born at the Right Time - Paul Simon.
Not sure if this is one of my songs. The opening lines "So lately been wonderin" sounds familiar. It has been 15 years. Don't really like this song. Adding to music 3.
Brooke Fraser - Therapy
Brooke Fraser is an artist who has done some of my songs. Mostly from her album what to do with daylight.
I left a couple of messages on her instagram calling her a murderer through hate trying to get these songs exposed. I live in absolute poverty starving a lot of the time.
I need somewhere to live. I need to support my smoking and marijuana habits. I need food.
I'd be happy with $600 a week and owning my own house.
I think i've earned it.
O yeah I started smoking again. I did 5 years and 4 months without a single puff. Then I had one. It's so much harder to give up this time. I had the mindset before to give up where I don't this time.
Anyway that's bad news about the smoking. I can't afford it but still manage it somehow.
I'll give up again one day.
Brooke Fraser - Sound of Silence.
Discovered this somehow after listening to Therapy. Not a bad cover. Brings to memory disturbeds cover for some reason. Also sound of cylons.
Ashlee Simpson - La La.
Steriogram - White Trash
I sung that. Now it's a song. Ewan Gilmore appears in this as well. He's dead now. He was the original westie I think. Ewan was a NZ comedian from way back.
Steriogram - Go
The line "When you grow up in this country town" is from me and also some of the chorus.
Werewolves of London - Warren Zevon.
|Warren Zevon Werewolves of London.|
Adding to music 3.
Why You Gotta Be So Rude - Marry That Girl
I came up with "Marry that God" or "Marry that Good".
Not sure how I came across this it's been a while. This has over 1 billion views. I like this song. It's kind of a pop reggae fusion.
|Magic Marry That Girl.|
Added Labels "Marry" and "Girl"
The Birds and the Bees - Dean Martin
Think I searched for the birds and bees hoping to come across an actual story involving actual birds and bees and sex education. This is what I found. I have a memory of someone telling me they had been told about the birds and bees. I thought it was an actual story.
Let The Bodies Hit The Floor.
This is an old man singing this. He starts of a bit shaky and then rocks it. Thought I would add it a bit for comedy. Check it out it's only a short clip.
Let the bodies hit the floor is a line from one of my phone calls just after September 11th 2001. I think it's original. I was talking about letting those who die be counted for something and build something out of their death. Let them hit the floor and pile up on each other till they reach daylight sorta thing.
Think I remember this song from listening to Christian radio back in the early 2000's but not totally sure. It's not a bad song. Adding to music 2.
A good ol christain War song. Believe that we are in a war everyday of our lives.
Added Label "Frontline".
The original of this video with 82 million hits has been blocked in my country. It was working so it's only just happened recently.
I like the la la la part of this song.
This was the blogs 800th Post.
The Corrs So Young.
This was playing in around February 1999 when I first got sick. I have some memories of this song. I did quickly get sick of it though. Another song that was on at the same time was It's all about the money. These two songs are etched in my mind from when I was sick.
Anyway enjoy this if you've never heard it before.
I like the lines "And tomorrow comes we'll do it all again" and "It doesn't matter if we never sleep".
Not totally sure how I came across this but it probably has something to do with seeking immortality. I used to be a huge fan of Doctor Who back in the day. They used to hold Doctor Who marathons on tv and they would go all day. Some of the movies were classic. Can't remember them now though.
Not something younger people would watch. They just seem very budget now.
Enjoy this clip. I found it pretty cool.
This is where the five doctors meet I think.
Added Label "Doctor".