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Andrei's Universe

One man's journey from infinity to nothingness

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Andrei in the office

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“Well, it's 6:30 in the morning and I'm en route to work cos it's a late night and I had some work stuff I had to do first thing in the morning. But I thought I'd make a radio post and because of the radio post, that means I have to talk about music.

Part One
Why, why can I not remember that 'Son of a Preacher Man' is not a Janice Joplin song? I should be able to remember this, but for some reason always get it in my head that way.

Part Number Two
And this is one to think about, and I'll make a typed post about this later. I want you to come up with songs that you absolutely adore, even though you absolutely disagree philosophically with the lyrics. Now despite the lyrics you love the song. Think about that and I'll post mine as soon as I get ___ in front of a computer.

Other than that, it's morning and I have Bass voice. Ciao.”

Transcribed by: animamea

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Re: Gotta love automated transcriptions

seconded. hilarious.

yup! - that old jazz -

Aretha Franklin - don't remember the song - but "she knows that a woman's duty is to help and love her man"

and Ray Charles - I gotta woman - "shes knows a womans place,
it's right there now in her home"

"House of the Rising Sun" - I love it so much I've attempted a few times to rewrite the lyrics into something more palatable.

As you mentioned, "Son of a Preacher Man" and most things by Janis Joplin.

This isn't quite what you mentioned, but "Fill it Up Again" by the Indigo Girls sounds so much like a roadtrip adventure song, but when you read the lyrics it's not about that at all - it in fact becomes rather creepy. So I just pretend it's actually a roadtrip song and make up words. Safer that way.

this in turn is very similar to...

the Police's Every Breath You Take.

Gads in highschool it was everyone's love song.

You just sat there going, "MORONS! It's about a crazed stalker!"

Re: this in turn is very similar to...

the Police's Every Breath You Take

I really loved that song in high school. A few years back I thought about it and realized, hey... since then I've started calling it "The Stalker Song".

OPP by Naughty By Nature. (I figured y'all needed some hip-hop in the mix here). I ADORE that song, but I would never mess around on someone without telling. =)

"Spirit in the Sky." I have no beliefs in Jesus or Christianity, yet I love that song. The guitar licks speak to me.

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