Sunday, February 22, 2009

Breathe, breathe in the air
Don't be afraid to care

I know I have been heavy on the music and light on the writing lately.

Here's a couple minutes of genius:

I don't care how high you fly, or where you cry.

I haven't written much because I have been overwhelmed. I have been overhwelmed by life... and that doesn't usually happen.

Generally, four-leaf clovers shoot out of my ass, but lately, well, lately, it hasn't been so good.

Mostly, I have been wondering just what the heck is wrong with Robert Plant, and why he would rather sit his fat ass on a stool and sing bullshit bluegrass than play THIS somewhere within a thousand miles of where I live for ... what? $ 300 a ticket? $ 500?

Seriously. Is it too much to ask?

It's a recession, and you want to make music for dirty hippies?

Get off your grammy-winning ass and make some freaking rock and roll for the people.

All you hippies make me sick. Pay your bills. Get a job. Try to keep your companies solvent. Pull your weight, because I don't want to pay for your social security. I don't want to mop up your mess. I don't want to change your diapers, and I don't want to feed you applesauce.



If I wanted to listen to a banjo, I'd put on some Kermit the Flipping Frog.

Am I asking too much for a little double-necked rock and roll???

I know I have "Who-ed" you out, but I can't stop laughing at Keith Moon:



Blogger P. said...

Sorry about the feeling overwhelmed thing.

I think Raising Sand is an inventive, blue-grassy, rootsy sort of way. And I'm not even a dirty hippy.

8:33 AM  
Blogger Joe said...

I agree: Raising Sand is a good album.

I just need a little Led Zeppelin in my life.

9:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More people need to admit they are daised and

7:10 PM  
Anonymous Fred Shero said...

Great comedy and great music is usually rooted in angst and pain.

5:37 PM  
Blogger BUZZ said...

Nobody reads the newspaper any longer

6:41 PM  
Blogger k-top said...

"We all need someone we can lean on...and if you want can lean on me..."

We all need a lil Zep sometimes.
(though I realize the lyric quoted was the Stones)

10:19 AM  

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