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Old 07-20-2008, 02:02 AM   #811
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So, who's going to bring me lunch?
Your saucy French maid.










Well, that's just as likely as any of us doing it for you.
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Drugs at the start, don't know how long that had an effect.
Syd had a point.
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So, who's going to bring me lunch?
You might as well wait for dinner by now.

Also, you free on August 15? The Aust U2 Show's playing in Cliffton Hill that night, those people we were hanging out with after U23D the last time said they left a message for you on the u2gigs site...?
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I will!
Even though I may run the risk of losing it somewhere along the line...............
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Also, you free on August 15? The Aust U2 Show's playing in Cliffton Hill that night, those people we were hanging out with after U23D the last time said they left a message for you on the u2gigs site...?
so...no birthday party for me?
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That he did.
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well, I was right. in Context SOYCD is MCUH CMUHC better. That was a beautfiu album.


Now i'm going to watch the video GG posted.
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now whad ido with my dvd....
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That he did.
According to Roger Waters, Barrett came into what was to be their last practice session with a new song he had dubbed "Have You Got It, Yet?". The song seemed simple enough when he first presented it to his bandmates, but it soon became impossibly difficult to learn: while they were practising it, Barrett kept changing the arrangement. He would then play it again, with the arbitrary changes, and sing "Have you got it yet?". Eventually they realised they never would and that they were simply bearing the brunt of Barrett's idiosyncratic sense of humour.

His main contribution to the album, "Jugband Blues," is often seen by Pink Floyd fans as Barrett's admission that his days in the band were probably numbered ("It's awfully considerate of you to think of me here/And I'm most obliged to you for making it clear/that I'm not here", the song opens).


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so...no birthday party for me?
You get rejected.

But yeah, Ali, I should be up for that.
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But yeah, Ali, I should be up for that.
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According to Roger Waters, Barrett came into what was to be their last practice session with a new song he had dubbed "Have You Got It, Yet?". The song seemed simple enough when he first presented it to his bandmates, but it soon became impossibly difficult to learn: while they were practising it, Barrett kept changing the arrangement. He would then play it again, with the arbitrary changes, and sing "Have you got it yet?". Eventually they realised they never would and that they were simply bearing the brunt of Barrett's idiosyncratic sense of humour.

His main contribution to the album, "Jugband Blues," is often seen by Pink Floyd fans as Barrett's admission that his days in the band were probably numbered ("It's awfully considerate of you to think of me here/And I'm most obliged to you for making it clear/that I'm not here", the song opens).


^ Hero.
...just for one day.

Interesting story, thanks.

You're not here enough, by the way. You're about the only person on the board who appreciates John Frusciante like I do.
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