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howard male wrote:whilst there is a lot of anger in many early and middle period Costello, I really only see defeat and a last attempt for reconciliation, in Alison.
howard male wrote:[
he is trying to demonstrate to the two-timing, self loathing Alison that he truly understands her, and that he'd would forgive all her self-destructive liaisons with other guys, if only
It just has to be Take Your Love And Shove It, Shove It Up Your Big Fat Ass by Joe Pesci. Danny Baker has played this frequently.howard male wrote:How about widening this out a bit - what are your favourite skewed love songs?
Ah, but you could say that most novels, plays, movies etc are love stories or have a "love interest"- it's the human obsession
howard male wrote:
Yes, but the difference is, those things tend to be about love, rather than being a direct expression of it.
I just heard Stuart Murdoch (from Belle and Sebastian) interviewed on the radio here, he said things definitely improved after he realized that songwriting consisted mainly of making bad poetry sound good with the addition of music...
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