waxing poetically

as i alluded in an earlier post, BS is addicted to LaLa; and now, pusher that he is, he’s got a friend of our’s addicted, too. among the CDs i now possess thanks to Lala is Strangeways, Here We Come, which contains probably my personal theme song, Stop Me If You Think You’ve Heard This One Before. after listening to it ad infinitem, i decided to pull out some other smiths. and it brought me back to college, especially when i heard The Boy With The Thorn In His Side, a song i always associated with a former friend of mine who has pretty much decided he wants nothing to do with anyone who knew him before, i dunno, 1993.

it’s sad how people sort of mean something to you in your life and then sort of evaporate. but that’s what they want, and you have to be respectful of those sorts of wishes, i suppose. what a sad song. i hope it isn’t applicable now, years and years later.


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