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The "What song are you listening to?" thread

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Barney Rubble

International Coach
MCR - Helena (So Long And Goodnight) (Live)

On MTV2 just now, finishing off a five-song set from Philadelphia. Quality. :)
 

James90

Cricketer Of The Year
NME said:
Obsessed as he is by English culture, I ask him whether he's read any of the country's more contemporary writers. Ian McEwan, Graham Swift, Martin Amis even? He looks at me as if I'm clinically insane. "Not even on a wet day. One reads the name Leslie Thomas and thinks nobody with a name like that could possibly write an interesting book."
When I point out that he's been responsible for popularising a group with the blandest name in the history of pop, he says, feigning weariness, "Yes I know... it's been a great strain. You see before you a mere cast of a man," and bursts out laughing.
Source
 

cpr

International Coach
shows how little mozza knows, leslie thomas is a great writer, if he means the same one who wrote the magic army ;)

Interesting tit-bit of the day, Morrissey was born in the same little town as me (davyhulme.... dont believe his 'salford lad' image ;) )
 

Josh

International Regular
COME WITH MEEEEEEE

lol hate that intro

The Living End - Long Live the Weekend; ordinary song. They've sure lost it. Sold out appealing to emos. We've lost another band.

next - Snow Patrol - Chasing Cars
 

steds

Hall of Fame Member
George Formby - A Lad From Lancashire

Quality lyrics.

No matter where I go, London, Paris, Mexico.
Anywhere on Earth, they know my place of birth.
I met a girl from London when she sat on Blackpool Pier,
She said she could tell, I’m a Lad from Lancashire.
She said, "Are you a nudist?" So I blushed and said, "No fear".
I’m covered up like a Lad from Lancashire.

North or South, when I open my mouth, they know that I’m not Dutch,
They can tell I come from Lancashire, but they can’t tell me much.
I whispered, "I’ll be nudist if you’ll be the same my dear."
She said, "No fear, with a Lad from Lancashire.
A widow nice and young and gay said, "Come to tea my dear,
I’ve something nice for a Lad from Lancashire."
We sat down on the sofa and I felt her creeping near,
I said, "Hee Hee! take care, I’m a Lad from Lancashire."

North or South, when I open my mouth, they know that I’m not Dutch,
They can tell I come from Lancashire, but they can’t tell me much.
That widow started kissing me and tickling my ear,
I tickled her, like a Lad from Lancashire.
I went with Jane down Lover’s Lane, and whispered in her ear,
"Now do your best for a Lad from Lancashire."
She said to me when on my knee, "You can’t do that there ‘ere."
I said, "Hey Hey! I can, I’m the Lad from Lancashire."

North or South, when I open my mouth, they know that I’m not Dutch,
They can tell I come from Lancashire, but they can’t tell me much.
That night when Jane got home again her Ma said, "You look queer,
I’ll bet tha’s been with that Lad from Lancashire.
 

Barney Rubble

International Coach
FaaipDeOiad said:
The Arcade Fire - Neighbourhood #1 (Tunnels)

Quality tune.
Bought that album yesterday, finally. Was planning on listening to it all in bed before I fell asleep, but as I didn't get to bed until 3am I only managed the first three tracks. All outstanding, though. Can't wait to listen to the rest of it. :)
 
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