I loved her already. I love her more now. I cried.
Hauntingly beautiful music to that lyrically trashy song. The irony is astonishing!! :)
I posted this two hours before you did. Liar.
Okay, so we both posted this at pretty much the same time. I take it back. We're just of the same mind. Which is scarier.
I'ma get get get get you drunk. Get you love drunk off my hump.
hehe....I've been on your blog for like an hour! ;)
We must all read the same blogs.
My favorite cover of this is when parody bob dylan and parody joan baez sing this song as a duet and she dances.Or when Will Ferrell in Blades of Glory says:Jimmy: So Coach, I was thinking about the music for our routine. Chazz: We're going to skate to one song, and one song only. [starts singing] Chazz: I'm gonna get you get you drunk, get you drunk off my lady humps. My humps, my humps, my lovely lady lumps. Jimmy: How do you even know what that means? Chazz: NO ONE knows what it means, but it's provocative. Jimmy: No it's not, it's... Chazz: It gets the people GOING.Really, I'm just covering for the fact I can't watch videos on this computer.
I like Bowling for Soup's "London Bridge" as well.http://video.music.yahoo.com/up/music/music/?rn=1301797&vid=36962718&stationId=&curl=http%3A%2F%2Fsearch.music.yahoo.com%2Fsearch%2F%3Fm%3Dall%26p%3Dbowling%2Bfor%2Bsoup%2Blondon%2BbridgeIt's not much of a video as a live performance, but I learned about my london london la-hoo!
The best is Will calls the song "My Lady Lumps", too, which is obviously wrong (and I wish I didn't know that). Go see Blades of Glory, everybody. Seriously.
That made me so happy.
HOLY. Good Crap THAT is AWESOME.
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