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The Enemy of the Good
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Vedkar: HELOL??%#
Vedkar: Oh, she must be writing
AllHerRage: heheh no
AllHerRage: Im here
Vedkar: d'oh... *shushes*
AllHerRage: I was CLEANING
AllHerRage: EVAL CLEANING
Vedkar: LIAR
Vedkar: YOU WER WRITENG
AllHerRage: nope
Vedkar: how could you?
Vedkar: You... you left me, for CLEANING?
Vedkar: bawls his eyes out
Vedkar: (Daytime Emmy!)
Vedkar: Waaaah!
AllHerRage: hehehe
AllHerRage: it was CALLING ME
AllHerRage: I HAD TO
AllHerRage: my house was EVAL AND DIRTY
Vedkar: THEY KEEP CALLING ME
Vedkar: KEEP ON CALLING ME
Vedkar: Man
Vedkar: Now I want some Dead Souls action
Vedkar: I'll have to listen to the NIN version
Vedkar: which will lead me to want to hear the original
Vedkar: And then I'll want to hear more Joy Division, like Love Will Tear Us Apart
Vedkar: And then I'll want to hear INXS' Never Tear Us Apart
Vedkar: Then I'll want to listen to INXS' Need You Tonight/Mediate
Vedkar: And Mediate will remind me of the video, which was an homage to Subterranean Homesick Blues by Bob Dylan.
Vedkar: Which will get me wanting to listen to Radiohead's Subterranean Homesick Alien
Vedkar: Which will make me want to listen to High & Dry
Vedkar: And I will be thinking about dry... and needing rain
Vedkar: So I will be all like
Vedkar: AGGGGH
Vedkar: There are too many songs about rain!!!
Vedkar: But since you were just talking about Annie Lennox, I will want to hear the Eurhythmics' Here Comes the Rain Again
Vedkar: And then I will want to hear "Would I Lie to You"
Vedkar: And that will make me think of Jim Carrey in Liar Liar
Vedkar: and I will want to hear his cover of Jefferson Airplane's Somebody to Love
AllHerRage: hehehe
Vedkar: and I will be like
Vedkar: WHITE RABBIT
Vedkar: and then I will want to hear Cream's White Room
AllHerRage: oh no
AllHerRage: hehe
Vedkar: Oh, yes.
Vedkar: Man
Vedkar: Then I will be wanting to listen to Tales of Brave Ulysses
Vedkar: But I don't HAVE that song
Vedkar: So I will listen to APC's Orestes, since his story is from the Odyssey
AllHerRage: you are CUTE
Vedkar: I am?
AllHerRage: yes
Vedkar: Oh.
Vedkar: =O
Vedkar: Then I will have to listen to 3 Libras
Vedkar: And that will make me think of 3 Marlenas
Vedkar: And thank god I have no Wallflowers .mp3s
Vedkar: or we would be right back to Bob Dylan and his Subterranean Homesick Blues
AllHerRage: ohhhhh god
Vedkar: What I DO have is Tom Petty
Vedkar: Or Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits
Vedkar: Both of whom REMIND me of Dylan in terms of their "singing".
AllHerRage: yes
Vedkar: Of course, I will be thinking of one particular Petty song
Vedkar: One of, if not, my favorite(s): Don't Come Around Here
Vedkar: Which I will be thinking of because it was written by Annie Lennox of the Aforementioned Euthymiwhatevers.
Vedkar: AND ALSO
Vedkar: Because it has an Alice and Wonderland theme (in the video)
Vedkar: Which ties us back to Jefferson Airplane's Surrealistic Pillow album
Vedkar: "Go ask Alice... when she's Ten Feet Tall."
Vedkar: And although Nemo would make a simply strapping and divine Alice, I would not think of MC 900Ft. Nemo's "If I Only Had a Brain."
Vedkar: No, instead I'd probably think of PJ Harvey's 50ft. Queenie, since 50' and 10' are much closer.
Vedkar: And it's been awhile since I heard her song "Down by the Water", so I'd listen to that
Vedkar: And think about the Foo Fighters' cover of "Down in the Park"
Vedkar: Then, I'd play the other cover they have that I really like, Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street
Vedkar: And Gerry is, of course, from Stealer's Wheel.
Vedkar: And I COULD play "Stuck in the Middle (with You)", but they sound a *little* bit too much like Dylan, and remember, we're trying to stay away from him.
Vedkar: So I'd probably go from Baker Street to Peter Gabriel's Mercy Street EXCEPT that's like, one of the two songs on that album (So) that I hate.
Vedkar: So I'd have to play one of the other songs.
Vedkar: So I'd probably go with "In Your Eyes," the song popularized by the early John Cusack flick, Say Anything
AllHerRage: your music smarts frighten me
Vedkar: The female lead in that movie was played by Ione Skye
Vedkar: Who later appeared in a scene with Tim Roth in Four Rooms
Vedkar: Tim Roth is, of course, in the recent Planet of the Apes remake.
Vedkar: But he's not who matters here
Vedkar: Who matters is Madonna, who was also in that scene in Four Rooms
Vedkar: Of course
Vedkar: Everyone in the WORLD knows that Madonna's best song EVAR was "Live to Tell"
AllHerRage: RAAA
AllHerRage: YES
Vedkar: Yes.
Vedkar: Quite.
AllHerRage: if i ran away.. i'd never have the strength
AllHerRage: to go very far
AllHerRage: and how would they hear the beating of my heart..
Vedkar: It always makes me want to cry.
AllHerRage: graaaaaa
AllHerRage: yes
AllHerRage: i know where beauty lives..
AllHerRage: I've seen it once.. i know the warmth she gives
AllHerRage: the light that you could never see
AllHerRage: it shines inside.. you cant take that from me
AllHerRage: a man can tell a thousand lies.. i've learned my lesson well
AllHerRage: raaaa
AllHerRage: yes
AllHerRage: !!!!
Vedkar: :-)
Vedkar: Now we know she's collaborated with Babyface a few times...
Vedkar: But he's a singer/songwriter, like Dylan
Vedkar: And like Dylan, his most famous songs were sung by other people.
Vedkar: Witness Jimi Hendrix singing all along the Watchtower
AllHerRage: damn
AllHerRage: you got me stuck on live to tell
Vedkar: Ha ha ha
Vedkar: Stay with me, here.
AllHerRage: Im going through my tapes now
AllHerRage: SEE WHAT YOU DID
AllHerRage: i have a live version of it somewhere
AllHerRage: where the fuck is it
AllHerRage: damnit
AllHerRage: grrr
Vedkar: Ooh
Vedkar: The live version's like
Vedkar: The best
AllHerRage: YES

AllHerRage: graaaaaaahh
Vedkar: Ha ha
Vedkar: Maybe I should just stop showboating and let you listen to it
AllHerRage: heheh
Vedkar: I was going to go ahead and talk about This Used to be My Playground
Vedkar: And link Madonna to Tom Hanks
AllHerRage: ...
Vedkar: And then talk about how Dylan got on the Forrest Gump soundtrack but Hendrix didn't.
Vedkar: Of course, then I could have talked about how Hendrix *did* get on the Singles soundtrack
Vedkar: And Dylan didn't
AllHerRage: where the fuck is my motherfucking tape
Vedkar: Which is good, because we're staying away from Dylan
Vedkar: I have no clue.
Vedkar: And then I would blah blah about the Singles soundtrack and the Seattle sound, which would make things really easy because all those bands were practically inbred the way they shared members.
Vedkar: But I will rest on my laurels here
Vedkar: And just post this whole thing in my lj so everyone can see how smart I am and good at pulling shit out of my ass.
AllHerRage: yes, do that.
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