Friday, 17th June '05

Psycho Future

Good grief - I just can't ever seem to get down to finishing that last entry. Probably because I've told my internship stories ad nauseum over and over in my fits of mad enthusiasm - so much so that I now have no energy to TYPE them all out. Oh well. See if I get into the writing mood soon, otherwise just catch me in person. I never get tired of gushing of LAB and the glorious, blessed time I had there.

In more recent news: the Powerbook (still nameless as of now) is happily online. Wireless 1500Kpbs rocks. Have the last Season 2 O.C. episode and lots of Desperate Housewives for company now.

But nothing beats the company of hanging out with old friends... watching Star Wars with Qiong was a blast. I might just write a good long entry on how the only thing that made Star Wars such a mediocre movie at the end of the day was George Lucas himself. Everyone else did a brilliant job, and Hayden Christensen would have done way better with a stronger directorial vision. But that's all I'll say for now.

The EIC concert with Kai, Limin and Jem was awesome too! I am absolutely sold. Their major influences are U2, Dave Matthews Band and John Mayer. Now you know why they are totally my kinda guys. Their originals are completely heartfelt and impeccably structured too. My only grouse of the whole night was the fact that lead singer Jack kept missing the high notes during their cover of "No Such Thing". I always thought it was a hard song to sing, but now... hmm...

But in REALLY REALLY recent news (and I'll just leave this to your own interpretation), I've been worrying about stuff recently. Always comes up in certain conversations. Still, the point is that everytime this topic comes up, a single disturbing song loops iteself in my head. You can try surrepetitiously acquiring it to see what it's like, and it IS a rather creepy piece of work. Much like the topic that brings it to mind, honestly speaking. Even the band name is half-apt.

"Psycho Future"
-- Girls Against Boys


There's love in your future
Love in your psycho future
There's kick in your future
There's kick in your psycho future
Cool memories - can you give it to me
Cool movies - just show me

Can you send it out - the information
Can you send it out - the entertainment
Can you send it out - the information
As entertainment
Send it out

There's fear in ya future
No fear in ya psycho future
There's kick in your future
There's love in your psycho future
Cool memories - can ya talk it to me
Set the tone - just show me

Can you send it out - the information
Can you send it out - the entertainment
Can you send it out - the information
The entertainment

Can you send it out
Can you send it out

Cause I've been waiting a long time
In the here and now
And I've been waiting a long time
In the psycho now
I wanna get out
In your psycho future

Can you send it out - the information
Can you send it out - the entertainment
Can you send it out - the information
As entertainment
Send it out



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bec:

You know, I kinda think that the song '83 is harder...but maybe it's just me. It's not as smooth but equally groovy as the other songs. *jams on a fake guitar* miss ya!

en:

haha... oh "no such thing" is the easiest song guitar wise, but the hardest song vocally don't u think?

i looovveee 83! smile (but i love everything he does). the lunchbox line is completely unfathomable tho, but still endearing as heck. any clues, my poetic, mature friend?





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