May 10th, 2005

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Hey guys, used to be _crimson_nails but now I'm not :)

Happy Birthday, Bono!


And a quick poll for everyone cause I've actually been thinking about this and want to know what all of you fine people think.

If U2 were made up of women would you feel the same way about them? Do you think they would be as famous?
Leeloo

Song Of The Day archive

Because I'm a geek with too much time on her hands, I've just put together an archive of all the "Song Of The Day" posts. It's my favourite feature of this community so I wanted a handy way of looking up previous selections - hopefully other members can also make use of it to see what people have said about their favourite songs. I must say thanks to hue126 for inventing this daily feature, and to djmlm41 for continuing it!
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    dorky
SooHyun [UKISS]

Happy Birthday!




Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you! Happy birthday dear Bono! Happy birthday to you! HAHAHAHAHAHA, hope he enjoys his big 4-5!!



It was brought to my attention that it's also Jordan's birthday so I made a little something, I'm not in a big creative mood today so sorry for the crappy images!




Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you! Happy birthday dear Jordan! Happy birthday to you!


  • Current Music
    U2 - In God's Country
Everyday

Song Of The Day

Today's Selection is...

"In God's Country" from The Joshua Tree (1987)

Thoughts: From the album that most of the music world consider U2's best album, The Joshua Tree (though I disagree), this song is probably the best song on the album. Though it's surprisingly short, it captures a certian something that just brings it together. It's catchy, short yet complicated. Between the very interesting yet simple lyrics and the well put togther melody, it's deffinatly my favorite off the Joshua Tree album.

 

P.S  Happy Birthday Bono!

  • Current Music
    Waiting for my new Dave Matthews Band album....
Floating Rocks

Sometimes, Bono likes to break and enter my thought process

For the poetry class I'm taking this semester, my professor assigned us to read and review one poem a day; we need to look at 75 total. (Not surprisingly, I had been slacking off and now am doing quite a bit of catching up!)

I'd just looked at a poem by Ron Padgett called "Nothing in That Drawer," and, groggy and totally out of it, found myself suddenly referencing The Joshua Tree.

And, as something of a spinoff entry, I then considered the lyrics of "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."

And... I'd like to share my thoughts.

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