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Postby William Shakespeare » 20 Apr 2011, 23:12

That song truly is nice. Thank you. It got me thinking about life... don't you just love when music does that to you? :cry: :cry:
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Postby James Lavelle » 21 Apr 2011, 10:54

I do actually. Music is power after all, a few minutes make you think about things that are important to you.
What more can you ask for? :( :)
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Postby William Shakespeare » 26 Apr 2011, 00:22

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfc6RnQNVvw[/youtube]

James Lavelle, I want to thank you again for the movie recommendation and the lovely sonk. I ended up purchasing that album by Helios :lol: You can't ask for anything else. It (music, and more specifically 'Eingya') is scrumptious.

I hope Gladys boosts your week with a little bit o' soul!!
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Postby William Shakespeare » 27 Apr 2011, 01:20

Monsieur Lavelle,
What makes you extremely nervous? For me, I have this insane issue with crowded places, whether it be a movie theater/bus/store/other people-infested area. I get super dizzy and queazy. Oftentimes, grumpy too for some reason. I was just wondering because I've concluded that we humans are highly flawed creatures. I have a puppy and I always get mad at him for little things he does wrong. When really I do lots and lots of things wrong all of the time. It's always important to take a step back y'know and see things clearly! Our vision (us humans) is often blurry, especially during allergy season.

Another tune for you:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITe0RwiVi1E&feature=related[/youtube]
Do you have any idea what this song is about?
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Postby James Lavelle » 27 Apr 2011, 15:25

Questions like this, cause I can never come up with anything creative to reply:(
Seriously though, crowded places are not for me either. Even enjoyable things can be ruined by a bunch of strangers. I get dizzy too and get minor panic attacks:lol: ...that wasn't funny actually:?
I went to this book festival por ejemplo, last week and it was a disaster. There are thousands of books to choose from for a discount price but you can't enjoy it, because of the crowd.
I almost bought a Cormac McCarthy book though (all the pretty horses), I adore him, although I've only read The Road so far. His words are extremely simple, however there's this beautiful, poetic atmosphere he creates. You gotta love him.
What else was your post about? Oh yeah. I tend to be rather quick-tempered for no apparent reason, myself. I think I used to be more patient.

As for the song, two things crossed my mind: donovan (colours) and this.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqDE20auDH8[/youtube]
I love this song, pure sunshine.
*puts on sunglasses and a flamboyant shirt and starts dancing on the street*


And no, I have no idea what this song is about...but it must be something nice:D
Ela e minha menina
E eu sou o menino dela
Ela e o meu amour
E eu sou o amour todinho dela Huh!
The silver moon is out of sight
And the golden sun has come
A beautiful new day is born
Scented with joy
cuz I fell asleep and awoke thinkin of her
Pois ela e minha menina
E eu sou o menino dela
Ela e o meu amour
E eu sou o amour todinho dela
The rose bush has blossomed out
And I've seen that she's my rose
For her I'd place my heart before
Reasons I tell
everybody in the world that I love her
Pois ela e minha menina
E eu sou o menino dela
Ela e o meu amour
E eu sou o amour todinho dela
A Minha Menina
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Postby William Shakespeare » 05 May 2011, 14:44

It's nice to share things like that :lol: We aren't as peculiar as we thought. Panic attacks due to large numbered breathing persons everywhere is common! Between us anyway. Did you end up purchasing any books? I've never read anything by McCarthy. Next time I'm in a store I shall look out for him.

Have you ever seen "The Baxter"? It's a movie you'd probably like :mrgreen: Check out this clip:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R86WZgLyvJ4&feature=related[/youtube]
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Postby William Shakespeare » 05 May 2011, 14:47

Also, that tune was spectacular. It got my puppy up and dancing! Thank you. You need to post more sonks like that. It'll help the world with its happiness and Spanish :shock:
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Postby James Lavelle » 06 May 2011, 16:04

Glad you liked it. And you keep them clips coming, I'm gonna check out the baxter. I've recently seen The Lookout with Jospeh Gordon_Levitt. He is much more than you'd think after watching 10 things I hate about you....
The Lookout - nothing revolutionary, but it's a great film with superb music and cinematography.

McCarthy is the author of No country for old men. He loves writing about deserted places apparently.
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Postby James Lavelle » 07 May 2011, 08:15

Here's a rather uplifting dialogue from the Nightwatch with Ewan McGregor.

So, where do you come from?

Home.

Oh, no, I meant...

San Diego.

Wow, San Diego. How did you get here?

Walked.

No, I meant from San Diego.

Drove.

Do you like it here?

It's OK. I was on my way to Nepal.

Nepal? Wow. What's in Nepal?

Monks.
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Postby William Shakespeare » 11 May 2011, 12:52

Listen ! :shock: :shock: :shock:


[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mR8Z-gmK1g[/youtube]
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