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03 Feb 05
Did not go down well
Okay, the song of choice yesterday induced a terrible nightmare. I woke up with an alarming sense of guilt and I had to tell my man on the other side of the river about it. I don't get it, the lyrics were so unobtrusive, yet they were enough to inspire the most unsettling dream I've had in a long time. It's been almost twelve hours now and I'm still in a state of chock.

So, with this empiric evidence at hand, I choosing a different method today. I will chose a song with lyrics that reflects the state I am in, a song that hints at painful memories without really saying anything out loud. I can listen to this one many times in a row, but when I play it, it sounds awful. Anyway:
Song learned #3: The Go-Betweens - "Cattle and Cane"
written by Mattias
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