I was on the elliptical machine, getting good and sweaty at the gym last night when an oldie but goodie popped up on my iPod:
“More Than a Woman” by the Bee Gees.
Now, Barry Gibb sings like his balls have been tightly bound with unwaxed dental floss, but he wrote one of the most romantic song lyrics I’ve ever heard:
If somebody said this to me, I would absolutely melt. Like buttah. Especially since I’m fairly sure that in a thousand years my tits would be sagging something fierce, as would my face.
Actually, I think he may have been referring to some sort of karma, like if in a subsequent life one thousand years in the future, he came back as a totally different being and so did she, he’d still fall in love with her because they are soul mates. It would be quite something if she came back as a sheep in that life.
Anyway, I was swooning and I’m certain everyone could see the big puffy heart bubbles floating above my head, along with the goofy lovey look on my face.
But then came the next song, which contained perhaps the least romantic lyrics I’ve ever heard:
Yup, “It’s Easy, MMMkay” by the talented cast of South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. Way to pop my love bubble, Trey Parker. Ooh, that sounded kinda kinky.
That’s it, just a random thought and snippet from my life – a quickie. Because a girl’s entitled to a quickie every now and again. (Although what I could really use is a longie. Woot-woot!)
And yes, I enjoy the soundtracks to Saturday Night Fever and South Park. I honestly think both are no less than brilliant. And if so, only slightly less.
So how about you? Most and least romantic song lyrics? The best one (which will be judged exclusively and subjectively by me and naturally will come only a distant second to mine) shall win a prize.
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