I assume you mean homo in the sense of "same."Glad you agree.If you meant homo in the sense of "man," then I would wonder:"does he say man a lot?"
I'm choking on my coffee.
I'm choking on my coffee.Too much grilled asparagus, or do you like one of those songs?Or both?
I have a few specifics -- things that I don't like about each of the songs -- but that's not really the purpose of Cramped and Curmudgeonly . . . .
Hearing either of he first two songs elicits feelings of pure joy. They are among a number of F4 songs that have the power to turn the grey sky blue-uh for this writer. Believe I did go thru a few days of being obsessed with 'Party' at the age of 14, but it didn't last.No asparagus this morning, but am now thinking about it for later . . .
I quite like "I Don't Want To Spoil the Party."I've never liked "Eight Days a A Week," it was my least fave on my bootleg 8-Track of Beatles VI. Which got played to death. EDAW was the most-skipped track. It brought me no joy, and greyed my skies a bit.I still don't like the interval at "not enough to show I care" . . . .I felt vindicated each time I heard the song and recording dissed by its principal composer. But I needn't have sought vindication; my responses should have been enough to satisfy me.I was quite satisfied by "Dizzy Miss Lizzy."Since there is much of The Beatles that I don't particularly enjoy, it should probably not be a surprise that the sovietmaccafest is among the pieces "that I don't really like."I would have included "Birthday" had I not already had a track from TWA. And had I thought of it first. I quite like "BackInTheUSSR" when it's in a head-on contest with "Birthday." "Birthday" might be in my Beatles bottom five.Now I'm honked that I forgot "Birthday" for Cramped and Curmudgeonly.
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