Wed, 01 Jun 2005


the killers "mr. brightside"

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but it's just the price I pay Destiny is calling me open up my eager eyes…

the chordal and rhythmic structure of this song makes me think of Beethoven's 9th Symphony.

this song so exemplifies many excruciatingly painful episodes in my life, and yet I think of it as a happy song. while I'm not exactly a glass-is-half-full type of guy, I think I do have the ability to find the silver lining in even the blackest, most ominous cloud.

it's always darkest just before the dawn.

and if it can't get any worse, then that means it can only get better.

11:00:05 1 Jun 2005 > /playlist > permalink > 3 comments


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