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Corpsey

bandz ahoy
I wish Version would spend more of his (seemingly voluminous) free time digging up hilarious youtube comments for my delectation as I lay supine on my chaise lounge popping black grapes inbetween my sensuous lips
 

tomfun

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These days were golden days of hardcore 92/94 by 95 that bouncy techno wasn't same to cheesy 4 me I got into oasis 96 stopped mcing . I was on dream few times. Eventually learnt guitar in 2003 then mixed my old mcing style with acoustic oasis flavour. Got my own style that's why I'm punk Folk mc. If hardcore stayed same as it was 93 and 94 wouldn't have left. Like I said bouncy techno wernt 4 me to cheesy by far
 

droid

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Will Cerf

4 years ago
My mom passed away suddenly and unexpectedly last spring well before her time. A few weeks before her passing she happened to tell my brother and I how this was the first song she learned on guitar. Over the past few months since she passed I have come to this song over and over. I've probably listened to it several hundred times. It makes me happy, or at least something resembling happiness, to imagine the seventeen year old version of my mom singing this song with her beautiful melodious voice. It's such a fitting song. Like her it's so full of warmth and love. Miss you mom. Thank you Nina for this gift.
 

wild greens

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Even though I remember this song when I was in grade school, I really appreciate it all the more as an adult. I find the song to be romantic, affectionate, tender-hearted, sensuous, passionate, and somewhat spiritual. It's a good song for slow dancing, for making out, for cuddling, or just for relaxing. What's so ironic, however, is that I never really cared for the songs by Jefferson Starship; I liked them better as Jefferson Airplane, from back in the 60's. Nonetheless, I am deeply moved by this song. I am especially moved by the lyric "I had a taste of the real world, when I WENT DOWN ON YOU, girl". This line blatantly suggests performing cunnilingus on a woman. As a heterosexual man, I can really identify with what Marty Balin is singing about. When it comes to my sexuality, I really do "get a taste of the real world", when I experience performing cunnilingus on a woman (i.e. "went down on her"). This opens a whole new dimension for me in the area of love-making. This is my way of venerating her womanhood; giving homage and adoration to her feminine essence; showing my deepest appreciation for her as a lover and as a woman; and even giving honor to her as the more delicate vessel (1Peter 3:7). For me, there is no better way to say "I love you".
Here is an idea that only a crazy person, like me, can conjure up. I recommend this idea to all men. The next time that you're with your woman (in the nude), try this: play the song "Miracles"(on repeat mode); then dim the lights; then enjoy a slow dance in the nude; then passionately perform cunnilingus on her for a prolonged period of time. This will truly be one of the most beautiful, loving, romantic, erotic experiences that the two of you will ever have. You will "get a taste of the real world, when you go down on your girl". It will be an experience that is almost ethereal.
Thank God for the song "Miracles", and for the line "I had a taste of the real world, when I went down on you, girl". In applying this to our romantic life, we can take the expression of erotic love to a whole new height.

 

Corpsey

bandz ahoy

No specific comments to call out here but Interesting that this music attracts a certain sort of comment.

A lot of stuff about people's grandparents dying, putting their dogs to sleep, remembering their childhood happiness, etc.

Jim Beam

4 years ago
Young guys in the prime of their life, no urgent destination to go to, just hanging out and having fun. The ill fitting suits and anarchic act of drinking alcohol on a rooftop perfectly display adolescence to adulthood. Those days will come to an end soon, and the sunset in the background seems analogous to this, a sense of foreboding regarding the fleeting period of youth, all underscored by the fact that this video was uploaded a decade ago and, in all probability, its end has come to fruition. It captures the melancholic feeling of lost years wonderfully. You can never go back.
 

forclosure

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Jim Beam

4 years ago
Young guys in the prime of their life, no urgent destination to go to, just hanging out and having fun. The ill fitting suits and anarchic act of drinking alcohol on a rooftop perfectly display adolescence to adulthood. Those days will come to an end soon, and the sunset in the background seems analogous to this, a sense of foreboding regarding the fleeting period of youth, all underscored by the fact that this video was uploaded a decade ago and, in all probability, its end has come to fruition. It captures the melancholic feeling of lost years wonderfully. You can never go back.
WE GET IT CORPSY YOU'RE SAD THAT YOU'RE NOT 23 ANYMORE
 

version

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It's not a YouTube comment, but cracked up reading this response to some guy's story about a fight.

"Yeah, he would’ve gotten retaliation if he did that to me.
Every. Dog. Has. His. Day.
The gunplay he would’ve gotten from me would’ve been ridiculous. I wouldn’t have even killed him, just shot his dick up to the point of it not being salvageable. People like that don’t deserve to have kids."
 
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poetix

we murder to dissect


Teddy Dog

3 years ago (edited)
Though I admit I’m not totally saturated in the work of this band (It gets harder and harder to do when the field is crowded withs so many other visionary contenders) for whatever reason this one has been my favorite. I also liked the soundtrack they did for the most unusual zombie film I’ve ever seen. It wasn’t exactly frightening as I was watching it but its ultimate implications were much more frightening than ‘we’re all going to be eaten by gross things’ which is starting to get sort of stale. But back to Mogwai if this opinion is misguided and wrong - and opinions can be - please let me know and suggest what album I should focus on instead. In all post rock has been a great disappointment to me. I loved Slint who apparently ended up as founders of the genre. Overall though I found it to still be very much rock. Except that it was mostly instrumental and drab and dull. Most people don’t like hearing how miserable someone else is in lyrics. Turns out angst sucks instrumentally too.It just took rock and shaved the edges off which wasn’t the haircut I wanted. I’ll take the Misfits over Explosions in the Sky any day. I’ve since found a happy home in a yet unlabeled and uncategorized jungle of experimental abstract often electronic music. My Elvis and Chuck Berry are Zoviet France and This Heat. But as a rock band Mogwai are an excellent one and I still do and always will appreciate a great rock band. I love the Drive By Truckers and the most important band to me -almost by kinship it seems - is New Model Army. Their singer Justin Sullivan is a wiser older brother who just doesn’t know it.On those occasions where I’ve found myself wallowing in suicidal thoughts he’s always been there with an utterly zero bullshit view of life while at the same time always showing compassion and an indomitable optimism that tell me to shake it off and remind me I’m alive and to embrace that. John Lyndon is a secular saint to me ( as he puts it ‘ That’s e-m-p-a-t-h-y’ ) That what the Beatles said about the end is the ultimate home truth.

 
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