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Old 06-01-2008, 04:57 PM   #76
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Hey, how are you tonight?
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Dani, I ask this before in this thread but no one was here. Am I the only one who thinks Reel Around The Fountain by The Smiths would make a great "our song?"
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^^ Oh hi yay we have new people!

^ Oh yeah I saw that, and I think it really would make a great "our song". Quite a bit of Smiths/Morrissey songs would make great "our song"s....I would know.
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^^ Oh hi yay we have new people!

^ Oh yeah I saw that, and I think it really would make a great "our song". Quite a bit of Smiths/Morrissey songs would make great "our song"s....I would know.
I find something really romantic about the lines, "you can pin and mount me like a butterfly" and "take me to the haven of your bed."

What are some of John and your songs?
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Morrissey writes incredibly beautiful lyrics.

Hm we have a few, Interlude by Morrissey and Souxie is one of the major ones I think.
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Morrissey writes incredibly beautiful lyrics.

Hm we have a few, Interlude by Morrissey and Souxie is one of the major ones I think.
I love Interlude.

I think the most beautiful lyrics Morrissey ever wrote are in Well I Wonder.

"I have died, please keep me in mind."
"Well I wonder, do you see me when you pass?"
"Gasping, dying but somehow still alive."
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I really love There Is a Light That Never Goes Out, and Asleep....I could listen to it nonstop and never get sick of it.

And Cemetry Gates holds a special place in my heart too.
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I really love There Is a Light That Never Goes Out, and Asleep....I could listen to it nonstop and never get sick of it.

And Cemetry Gates holds a special place in my heart too.
Can I ask what the story behind Cemetry Gates is?
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Well...in case you didn't know, I'm a really dorky person. And I have this thing where I just compulsively make lists about everything and anything. One of those lists is "things to do before I die" which I started a few years ago and have been adding to it.

Anyway, one of the things on that list was "Listen to Cemetry Gates while walking through a cemetery", and when John was here we were walking through one and he played it on his phone (he didn't know about the list), and that totally made my day.
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Well...in case you didn't know, I'm a really dorky person. And I have this thing where I just compulsively make lists about everything and anything. One of those lists is "things to do before I die" which I started a few years ago and have been adding to it.

Anyway, one of the things on that list was "Listen to Cemetry Gates while walking through a cemetery", and when John was here we were walking through one and he played it on his phone (he didn't know about the list), and that totally made my day.
That's a very cute story.
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