Post by JessieLou on Sept 26, 2013 21:44:19 GMT -5
All eight of these songs peaked at #2 on my chart in late 2004, behind Alanis Morissette's mega-12-week #1 smash, "Eight Easy Steps"... or as Love, David likes to call it - "Ate E.Z. Steps". Which one do you like the most?
Post by Soul Break on Sept 26, 2013 22:28:11 GMT -5
Lately (several many months now) I feel like I keep betraying my core artists... but I have to vote for Sarah. Tombigbee is cool and all, but it's not even the best song on the EP. And while World On Fire is also not the best on Afterglow, I have listened to it so much more.
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Soul Break: Too cerebral for me lol
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J.T.: Frickin' English...here are a couple mind-blowing sentences, in that they are grammatically correct: "All the faith he had had had had no effect on the outcome of his life" or "The complex houses married and single soldiers and their families."
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J.T.: Some languages have tongue twisters. We don't need those in English. The whole gosh darn language is a tongue twister and a mind bender!
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