Monday, September 19, 2005

The silicone chip inside my head has switched to overload

Earlier today the radio played Boomtown Rats' I Don't Like Mondays. made me cry.

So. It can now be added to the list of songs that have had that effect on me. They include - but are not limited to -
Vogue by Madonna (Shut up. I don't understand it either)
The Day the Music Died (er, I mean American Pie) but NOT the one by Madonna
Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
Still Fighting It by Ben Folds

I'm so emotionally unstable it isn't funny.

Or maybe it is. Ha!

In other news, Steph and I signed about a gabillion and a half papers today, while Irina screamed and screamed and screamed. The amount of paperwork involved in purchasing a house is ridiculous to the point of ludicrousness. (Heh.)
But, seriously. There is a lot of legalese and dead trees involved in homeownership. More Taker Insanity, I suppose.

I had more to say, but I can't remember it all now. In conclusion, I don't like Mondays either.


Lucas said...

The song "Green Fields of France" by the Dropkick Murphys makes me sniffle, and tear up. Also, sadly, :"Only God Knows Why" by Kid Rock. "Roads to Moscow" by Al Stewart, "Famous Blue Raincoat" by Leonard Cohen both make me feel low enough to cry, but haven't yet.

Dude. Bohemian Rhapsody?

Amy said...


P@ said...

In my defense, it was a long time ago when Bohemian Rhapsody made me shed a few tears. It's not a constant thing, like the inexplicable Vogue phenomenon.