Right now, Pi. She's done the impossible: write a wonderful song that I refuse to learn the lyrics to! (EEEEEK! MATH!! ) I still haven't gotten around to counting the numbers. How far into pi does she get up to? I counted 109, but then tried to count again and realized I counted wrong, I must have missed a line I think it's considerably more than that, (EEEEEEK MATH )
I am madly in love with the bass!
Slooshy sloshy slooshy sloshy get that dirty shirty clean. Slooshy sloshy slooshy sloshy make those cuffs and collars gleam. Everything clean and shiny.
Mrs bartolozzi is indeed a great track and quite profound in the way that it celebrates the ordinary or even the mundane. I have however come to think that the character Kate has given us here, is clearly a sufferer of Obsessive Compulsion Disorder..
My vote of course went to A Coral Room, a song of the most exquisite magic and one that I have discussed in detail elsewhere here.
"My love for Linton is like the foliage in the woods. Time will change it, I'm well aware, as winter changes the trees. My love for Heathcliff resembles the eternal rocks beneath- a source of little visible delight, but necessary." Catherine Earnshaw, Wuthering Heights.
I chose How To Be Invisible...it's just a clever song, I think. I also love Joanni, as it seems alot of you all do too...but....Mrs. Bartolozzi? I have never been able to get into that one, don't know why?
Post by rosabelbelieve on Apr 21, 2008 14:47:52 GMT
Mine would be a toss up between A Coral Room and Mrs. Bartolozzi, though I think it would be Mrs. Bartolozzi in the end. I absolutely love the way Kate took something as ordinary as a washing machine and the act of washing clothes and transformed it into an intense, beautiful, and moving song.
I am falling Like a stone, Like a storm, Being born again Into the sweet morning fog.