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February 07, 2007

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Army of Mom

The skeptic in me imagines they were cheating on their significant others when God smote them down under some volcanic ash or something for their infidelity. So, they died in each other's arms. Although I suppose there could be some poetry in that, too. Or they could be parent-child, who knows? What will be funny is if they determine that they're both male and died in a homosexual bath-house or something.

Ah, yes, romantic, I'm not.

shell

Personally it me it looks like they were trying to strangle each other. Or maybe it's just my bad mood today.

Zach

It's not like they were laying there arm in arm for 5,000 years because they wanted to. I imagine that they aren't even aware of it.

fringe

Uzz: That is a nice thought and seems plausible really. Who knows, of course, but it's nice to imagine that they held each other and had each - perhaps knowing the end was near.

I guess we're both romantics at heart.

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UzzTunes

  • Original Soundtrack - Falling Slowly

    Falling Slowly
    Original Soundtrack: Once

    You may have seen Glen Hansard And Marketa Irglova play this song live during the Oscar's...as well as her beautiful speech. Maybe the most beautiful love song I have heard in the past 10 years.

  • Robert Plant & Alison Krauss - Killing The Blues

    Killing The Blues
    Robert Plant & Alison Krauss: Raising Sand

    I have had this CD, but had not listened to it...until I heard this song used in a commercial...as weird as it sounds, they have a great chemistry!

  • Sara Bareilles - Love Song

    Love Song
    Sara Bareilles: Little Voice

    Yet ANOTHER song I discovered through a commercial! Her voice is impressive and the vibe of the whole CD makes it worth taking a shot on.

  • Vampire Weekend - Oxford Comma

    Oxford Comma
    Vampire Weekend: Vampire Weekend

    The new critics darlings are definitely an acquired taste, but the lyrics are highly literate, the songs are smart and the arrangements are delightfully quirky! Vampire Weekend certainly deserves the hype!

  • Yael Naïm - New Soul

    New Soul
    Yael Naïm: Yael Naim

    Another song I discovered from a commercial! This is that jaunty little number you hear in the new MacBook Air commercial...you can't help but smile:-)

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