Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Dancing With the Prophets, Singing From the Mountains

It seems to me that there exists no form of communication more purely postmodern than the mighty Weblog. With that in mind, I present to you...

this post, which has been carefully calculated to bring you your daily dose of (postmodern) randomness. Enjoy.

Sixpence None The Richer's '(Tension Is) A Passing Note';

Do I murder
When I forget you from afar,
Too drunk on the poison of endless roads
And the countless smokey bars?

But tension is to be loved
When it is like a passing note
To a beautiful, beautiful chord

Do I murder us
Putting pavement through my veins
Shooting in that special heroin
For the seeking and displaced?

But tension is to be loved
When it is like a passing note
To a beautiful, beautiful chord

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Is Napoleon Dynamite America's new folk hero?

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Midnitcafe's having some fond flashbacks.

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READ THIS AND DIE! Uh, I mean READ THIS OR DIE!

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I forget where this link leads...

6 comments:

Queen Mum said...

Ok, that was tricky, 'this link' startled me when you know who popped up on the page.

Fond flasbacks was good, we all have those.

Queen of Arts and England said...

Ok, I can't read'Read this or die', it will not let me! Does that mean I have to die?!

Foolish Knight said...

It pretty much looks like you're dying either way. However I believe the link will load if you give it time (lots of time!). You can also (if you wish) get to it through that other guy's blog. It's the first link. Enjoy!

Queen of Arts and England said...

Hey, which Sixpence album is that on?

Foolish Knight said...

Divine Discontent dawg!

Queen of Arts and England said...

Oh! I so have to get that album!!
Thanks, dawg!