craner

Beast of Burden
This is your line of reasoning, though. I don't have feelings, therefore nobody has. I'm reading Wordsworth, so now everybody else should.
 

luka

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This is your line of reasoning, though. I don't have feelings, therefore nobody has. I'm reading Wordsworth, so now everybody else should.
But what's wrong with that? I don't understand why it's bad. I think it's fun.
 

luka

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but also the love song actually has disappeared. Along with love. You can track the disappearance of the love song. It's concrete. And that provides evidence for the second bit.
 

luka

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There's nothing called soul music. Why? Cos souls don't exist. We don't have them any more,
 

craner

Beast of Burden
There's loads of love songs. The fact that you haven't heard them doesn't mean there are no love songs. I mean, all the love songs sound like Sade for some reason, but they are songs and they are about love. They're really popular, because people who have never met you and been told otherwise foolishly think they are in love with other people.
 

luka

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You're being very cynical. I can't talk to you when you're in this viciously cynical mood.
 

Corpsey

call me big papa
I think there's still love songs but there's less of that prelapsarian innocent love feeling you used to get.

Perhaps a less exalted view of what love is? Love taking place in the shadow of something.
 

Corpsey

call me big papa
God, that video's made me go all gooey inside. (And not in a 'I've spunked in my pants' way before @craner puts the boot in.)

I think I'm in love with Ella Mai. But she's already Boo'd Up :cry:
 
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