|30-03-2011, 01:43 AM||#76|
frozen in the headlights
Question about illegitamite children. Oh my
Dom at the end with the pronunciation of 'muse' as 'moose'
'Well that's different spelling isn't it.. and it's also an animal..'
|30-03-2011, 02:03 AM||#77|
Worst Mod 2009
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Even Worse Mod 2011
Join Date: 27 August 2006
When they were talking about Guiding Light Matt said that they hadnt played it in a while and that its from the previous tour and then talks about how the song is about love and being invincible. Did he actually think what was playing was Invincible?
|30-03-2011, 02:17 AM||#78|
a otra cosa mariposa
Wow, this interview is not for Spanish beginners. It's the guy from CQC, that's why there are sound effects.
The translator SUCKED. Should've called me! I would have asked better questions, too.
04.09.10 - 09.22.10 - 07.30.11 - 08.05.11 - 01.23.13 - 01.24.13 - 03.16.13 - 05.25.13 - 05.26.13 - 10.?.13
|30-03-2011, 03:11 AM||#79|
ok, I have a lot of time on my hands right now and can sleep in tomorrow, so…Gonna type of a transcript of the interview now. Only the English parts, though, my Spanish sucks too much.
|30-03-2011, 04:38 AM||#80|
Join Date: 17 April 2009
I was just outside the Radio Station, and yes... the interviewer is a total idiot. When he constantly repeats FIVE KIDS!?... c'mon...
|30-03-2011, 05:17 AM||#81|
Join Date: 28 November 2009
One of the most amusing interviews I've heard in a long time!
I'm surprised no one mentioned their dislike of Justine Bieber. Matt even sang a bit of U smile. I Lol'd.
|30-03-2011, 06:38 AM||#82|
Ok, it's done. And holy crap this is long as hell, what the hell was I thinking?
M: Matt D: Dom I: Interviewer T: Translator
T: That's the only thing he's gonna say in English.
I: I don't speak English.
D: Yes you did.
M:Y-y-you did. You just did.
M: What was that little thing in the back? <pop> What was that little thing in the background?
[something Spanish] <Awwww>
M: Yeah yeah yeah, lots of sugar, lots of milk.
D: I'd like sugar. Just one sugar.
T: One or two?
D: uh, Just one. It's getting wacky.
D: We had some coffee in the street the other day. It was the sweetest black coffee we've ever had. It's so, uh…I assume this is gonna be the same.
T: They thought that the British people would have um…breakfast with gin or beer.
I: C'mon, a rockman!
M: I think Dom was having Absinthe for breakfast yesterday. It was like a late, late, early breakfast, not sure what to call it.
T: Mmm, the stereotype of rock'n'roll have changed over the years. Basically people don't dress the same, they don't act the same way, but for the British people 'specially, rock'n'roll, pop, and electronic have reached a different kind of changing borderline than where they used to be a couple of years. Back. Do you agree with that or…?
M: uh…yeah yeah! I think music's always been changing. Uh, I think in England it's always been uh…Rock hasn't really been that popular in England for quite a while really, but more like hard electronic stuff has been popular , like the kind of stuff we were talking about before, like dubstep or, uh, house music or something. Y'know?
T: How are you…You're opening for a great band, probably the greatest tour right now and, we've all seen your shows and we've all seen your displays. How do you attack or confront this world tour opening for a band that has a huge show and your own self not being able to have a big display?
M: Uh, it's great, y'know, you don't have to sort of y'know, see how, sit back and relax a little bit, you know, and uh, see somebody else do it, 'cause they do it like really well, y'know? and uh, I think that probably, there's only two bands we said that, a few years ago, there's only two bands we would want to open with it would be Rage Against the Machine or U2. And uh, so, y'know, the opportunity came up so we couldn't say no.
T: *something in Spanish*
D: That's uh, Reading Festival, 2006.
D: Yeah. I mean, I guess we normally do when we do our own shows, we have, y'know, lots of video screens and lots of funny things to look at, but yeah, like Matt said doing this tour is quite easy and relaxing. The set's not very…
M: Yeah, that was a good one.
D: Yeah, that was the arena tour last year, that was pretty cool.
T: Rage Against the Machine played a couple of months back…
T: and it was really raining and really pouring and it was amazing the show they did.
M: Ah wow. Yeah, we're hoping to maybe play with them this year again.
T: Em…Rage Against the Machine is a very political band and and, for that in Latin America when they came…This is very tumultous time politically. As well in England, there is happening a lot of riots again for salary…Do you think that that is gonna affect what you wanna say nowadays or no?
M: Yeah, definitely, I think I think the song Uprising was very influenced by the riots in England, y'know? I think there's been like a disbalance between like the sort of, poor people and rich people and it's been too separate. And when that happens there needs to be a rebalance.
T: Eh, in music…
I: Eh, my sister…
D: Oh shit, I gotta stop looking.
I: My sister…
D: Is that your sister as well?
I: My wife…
D: Now I feel embarrassed that you caught me up lookin'.
I: Your next girl.
D: Great, can't wait to meet her.
I: Good for you?
D: Okay, cool, okay.
T: You weren't paying attention, you were looking at the girl.
I: C'mon, pay attention!
M: <whistles like in Boston 2010 before Feeling Good>
M: on Twitter, yeah? It's for you. I'm gonna put you on, gonna put you on Twitter. Now. I just got like, my Twitter so I'm trying to like, send…
I: Hey hey hey, $10.
T: He did not allow him to take pictures at you.
D/M(?): I'm sorry?
T: He did…
M: Yeah yeah, no problem no problem. Yeah yeah.
D: So okay…
T: Uh, it's about to go on the website.
I: Ok, wait a minute…
M: On the website?
I: Basically music in England has been very political back from The Who to punk rock. And now we're starting to see that it isn't that political, it's not that influenced politically. Do you think that's because there's a change overall in British music, or because music is so hard to get the message out there that maybe the message, which could be really strong is kinda fading away a little bit?
M: I think in the eighties and nineties like, life was pretty comfortable, y'know? Especially for rock stars, y'know? Uh, but in this decade it's not so much, uh…
M: Especially the eighties, y'know,
D: Ask U2
T: U2 is basically your parents' generation?
M: Uh, it's more like my brother. My brother was a big fan.
T: Bono isn't listening so you can say whatever you want.
M: My brother was a big fan. My older brother. My parents didn't really <interrupted> know U2. <interrupted> Uh, six years older. Yeah, so, my parents didn't really know <interrupted>
M: How do you use Twitter? Does anyone, how do you put a picture on it? I don't know.
M: I just don't know. Canned laughter. This is silly! It's like Alan Partridge or something.
T: You have wifi, you have everything…
M: But I can't, I can't, I dunno how to put the picture in. I just took the picture…
T: If you were 15 and he would've come to you and said to you that you were gonna pack 40,000 people venues, um, have sex with all the girls you want, um, meet Bono, whoever you want, just be at the top of the music business, what would you have said to him?
<canned AND real laughter>
M: What d'you mean, whatyoumean?
D: Ah, well, it was, well, I imagine if anyone said that to us now or tried to explain where we were gonna get to it would've been mind-boggling to try and understand really. But um, we always had big aspirations at the same time when we first started the band. Y'know we took like baby steps as a band; nothing ever blew up too quickly. We learned a lot over the years touring and music so… But y'know deep down our aspirations to be those people. And y'know, to be a big band and travel the world…that sort of people.
T: You're twittering him to…
D: I'm just teaching how to use basic technology.
T: You also have to like, tune his guitar or anything like that?
M: Actually, it's true that Dom actually did teach me to play guitar. When I was—
M: Oh no, it's true. That's not a joke at all. When I was 12–13, I was playing piano, and I wanted to be in his band but I couldn't play guitar, and Dom, Dom taught me my first chords.
D: Sounds like a joke, but it's not a joke. 'cause I think…
M: I should've taught you the drums as well.
D: I did listen.
T: He's studying drums.
D: That was a joke, yeah?
I: Please, listen.
T: He's gonna play a little bit of his drumming technique. It's only a minute.
D: Wow, that's amazing.
I: It's all my family.
M: Very good.
D: I'd like to see her play the drums.
I: Are you okay?
M: the copies working.
T: He says it's kinda unfair to call you guys a progressive rock band because you guys have changed so much over the years, over your different CDs, so what do you…?
M: Yeah yeah, it's been…our music's changed very much, y'know? It's progressed. <laughs> But it's like uh, But no, but it is uh…it's not just…Every album has a couple of songs which you could say is kind of influenced by kind of 70s, a bit of 70s progressive rock. But I think I think some of our more known songs are more like uh, uh…famous songs are more like um…Not so progressive sounding. Y'know they aren't…I don't know what to call it really. Kind of like, some kind of rock thing.
T: The song that is playing now is uh…is uh, a song to pick up girls especially.
M: Really, you think so?
T: Who wrote this song?
M: I did, yeah. It's like uh…what is it? About love and stuff.
T: What do the lyrics say?
M: I can't remember, we haven't played this one for ages! We haven't played this one on the whole last tour [Tofu: WHAT!?] This is the last, tour before. I think I think I think it's talking about how love is invincible. [Tofu: Now I'm worried about whether he knows which songs are on OoS for Reading or not!] We broke up right before we went on tour this time.
T: Your girlfriend said you made this song to have sex with other people.
I: Of course!
M: I dunno. Where did she come from?
T: Be honest, is the stage you're on playing on, is it easy to play at or…
I: For Muse!
M: For U2's stage?
I: The U2 stage!
D: It's uh…it's great. It's round and you can get a great view of all the people behind you, stuff like that…*cough* excuse me. Uh, it's small, like I've said it's kind of scaled down—very scaled down, actually—of what we normally do, but it's…it's cool and kind of stress-free without worrying about video and the whole show conceptually and how it flows. Y'know, we just go there and play some songs which is great to do. We haven't just kinda gone out there and play seven songs for years.
T: That thing, you press it and it makes an "EEEH EEEH"
D: It's a distress button. If I can't answer the question I'll press it.
T: 110 volts to a song: that's what he gets everytime you press a button.
T: He said that his wife never allowed him to uh, actually accepted threesomes because he can't um…She says it's always…How do you have this experience? How do you manage a threesome?
M: That was a question. It got a round of applause that one.
D: Can't be selfish. That's the key.
I: My wife didn't realize this.
T: His wife is afraid of him being very selfish.
D: Oh yeah, that's the typical male instinct. The key is to know yourself.
T: The three of you guys are on tour or out of your house for a lot of months. How do you carry on a relationship?
M: Oh, it's tough.
D: When we're on the road together?
T: No no no, with…
I: Wait TIME TIME TIME TIME <bzzzzzz>
M: Crossed the line, that one.
T: We're gonna talk about the weather now, okay?
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|30-03-2011, 06:38 AM||#83|
D: Oh, it's great out there, isn't it?
I: The weather is good!
M: Yeah yeah yeah I love it here! What a beautiful country.
T: We're just gonna change subject…do you like the weather here…
M: What's going on, this is getting weird.
T: We thought it was getting weirder before we asked the threesome questions.
M: Oh, okay. Em…yeah, the weather's great! Yeah, where were we?
I: The weather's good, the food is good…
M: Yeah, food is good, yeah, how's your wife in bed?
M: Is she good? Yeah, tell me.
T: He didn't quite understand the question but he's gonna answer it right now.
T: Are any of you guys married?
M: Chris is married.
D: Chris our bass player is married.
<sound effect going >
T: With the type of life that you're carrying, do you think that it would kind of stop you having a family right now, with all this constant touring? If you were to have a family would it keep you from having a lot of…have a long time in the same place, or?
M: Um…I'm gonna have a family. I'm…I'm in the middle of having a family. Starting. Starting.
M: Yup, not sure about Dom.
D: I'm not having a family right now, no. But it's certainly, y'know, like…Chris, our bass player, he has five kids. He has a very big family. And uh, it's uh I guess it's tough…
M: That's why he's not here.
I: FIVE KIDS!
M: He's on the phone all day.
I: FIVE KIDS!
D: How old…What? He's 32.
I: FIVE KIDS!
M: Yeah, started when…first baby was 19. Wasn't he 19?
D: 19 or 20. Something like that yeah.
M: One baby every album. That's basically what he does.
T: He doesn't think that Chris is gonna want to have six kids.
M: I think he probably will.
D: I wouldn't be surprised if he did.
T: Stephen Tyler only figured out he had a daughter and she was older. Don't you…aren't you afraid you might have a kid?
D: Oh no no…
M: I've got no fear of that at all. <dog whistle> Dom should be very scared of that though.
D: I don't think so.
M: That's irresponsible. That's irresponsible behavior.
D: In this day and age, definitely is.
I: In this tour?
D: It isn't the 70s.
M: Me? Never. I'm serious. I've always been serious. Serious relationships. I've had three serious relationships in my life, and that's all. It's true.
T: Your state right now doesn't show seriousness.
M: You're reading into it too much.
T: Your eyes…your eyes are pretty dark down below.
<lots of talking over each other, another dog whistle>
M: I'm not sleeping well, the jetlag.
T: He looks much more healthier than you.
M: Well, then again, he's living the good life.
D: Wow. Having fun.
T: And the bass player? Is he okay?
M: He's pretty healthy.
D: He's healthy these days. Yeah, he's very healthy. Keeps it clean.
T: These three days that you seem to have off because you're not playing, besides this interview, are you just relaxing? Are you having as you said, day off, or are you doing…?
M: Yeah yeah we're going out and seeing things in Buenos Aires. We went on Sunday…we went to a nice market.
D: San Telmo.
M: Was it San Telmo? Yeah yeah, we went to San Telmo.
T: If you guys want non-touristic place
M: Yeah, tell us. Tell us where to go.
D: We're here for ages so we need—
M: Where do we go?
D: —local advice.
T: And you can see what happens after…
I: <whispered> I AM THE BIGGEST TURKEY HERE. (????) NOOOO, GREAT! NO! ()
T: He's wondering where are you guys from? Where are you living? Um…England…?
D: Eh, sort of, La…
M: London. Yeah.
M: Yeah yeah. A little bit of both.
D: Yeah, just a bit of both, yeah.
T: Can you really live in LA and London?
M: Not really, I just spend time there. But I feel like at home when I'm in Devon, which is where we are from, which is the countryside. It's kinda like a sort of tour—
D: Beach area.
M: How do you describe…?
D: Rural farmland, yes.
M: That's where we're from.
D: No big cities.
M: That's the only place where I really feel like home.
T: When you guys um, when the band started, you never really thought you were gonna be living in different countries and constantly in and out of hotels were you…did you think about that?
D: Um…very expensive!
M: You get used to it. You get used to it, y'know?
D: It does seem weird.
M: Institutionalized, they called it.
D: We all love traveling, y'know? We kind of…one of the reasons we really got into the band was to see the world as well as play music, y'know, and enjoy that. We've always been big fans of travelling around and still like it now, y'know? I think you have to, otherwise it's…You can't really tour.
T: This is the favorite film of anybody that comes here.
T: This girl wants to have a birthday present for his boyfriend, so…and he's calling him to go to…for him to meet her at her house. Eh, she's calling him on the phone and…
M: Is this a real film?
I: Yeah, my family (???)
T: She's taking the boyfriend and she…doesn't tell him there's another girl in the room.
M: <laughs more>
T: She says, "Come on, sit down. Don't worry about a thing."
<film plays: Come on, sit down. Shit, oh!>
T: She's telling him to sit down.
<film: So what now? Put your hands behind your back! My hands behind my back?>
M: <still laughing>
T: He's gonna fast forward a little.
I: It's another!
D: <laughing too, now>
I: You understand the film?
M: Uh…yeah, I'm getting it.
T: He doesn't know there's another girl.
I: oh no no, don't say, please.
<film: I thought I tasted cherry, now…>
M: Is this American? Is this an American film?
I: American? No! In my family!
M: <high pitched giggle?>
T: Look at the face when he noticed there's two girls there.
I: No no, because…<something> Two bocas!
T: Two mouths…
<film: Four hands on my dick? Hey, hey, what's going on here? Is there somebody else in the room? What? Hiiii. OH NO! Oh my goodness>
D: That's pretty hardcore.
T: How do you…
M: Porn for breakfast!
T: You just witnessed an awkward moment. How do you…Do these types of things ever happen on tour? Is this still rock and roll?
D: No, no…
I: Please. Don't lie.
M: I've never experienced anything like that.
D: Never in my life. No.
T: They're saying you're a liar.
M: No, don't think so. Wrong person.
T: Rockstars before were—
T: —this was the life of a rockstar before.
M: Really? Wow. I thought the 80s.
I: No no.
D: The eighties get away with anything.
T: How long have you been on tour and how much things in your house?
D: We've been on tour for about 12–fif…12–13 years?
D: Twelve years.
T: When was the last time you were home?
D: Well, like, a week ago? Yeah, just briefly. It doesn't feel like I've been home for ten years.
T: Do you have girls on tour? Are you touring with…working wise, but are there women on tour? In your crew per se?
D: Uh, yeah.
<everyone talking over each other>
T: Friends that are women?
D: Haha, yeah, of course!
T: You're just sitting down having a drink in a pub and do you ask a girl you like or anything, "Hey did you want to come on tour with us?" Do you tend to do that or…?"
M: Yeah yeah… I think I think what we need to understand these questions. Come again?
T: Um, for him do you…
D: Ask random girls on tour
T: Having a drink in a pub and you're like, "Hey, do you want to come and tour with us?"
I: Come on!
T: Hop on a plane, on a private plane…
I: To the moon! No?
M: Yes, of course!
M: I mean, where we come from, women work. <giggles>
T: Isn't it great, first of all, to have a girl that…to ask such a girl, "Hey do you want to come on tour with us" and she'll come and how does the rest of the band take a random girl you met in a pub?
I: Hey my friends, this is everyone, this is Shirley…
T: Does this happen when you introduce a girl to the-to the b-to the band? Do they—how do they take it?
M: Everyone's fine with it, yeah.
D: Everyone's open to…
M: We're open…
D: You become very open when you're travelling around the world all the time. To new faces.
T: Um…you guys are the preshow for uh, U2, right?
M: We actually are in the background.
I: You have a uh, memory flash?
M: USB? Yeah yeah.
I: I have another with the same girl.
T: Last time you were here you played a show for er, a show that people were just literally were…left the show with their mouths open. So what are you…what type of show are you gonna deliver now that you're not the main band? You're, per se, the opening act, but the pre-show for U2?
M: Yeah we have three nights so across the three nights we can play a lot of different songs, y'know? And um, we're still gonna be, we're still gonna use some of our—do we still have some of our video stuff?
D: Uh, yeah.
M: We're still gonna be doing our videos, 'cause U2 are very nice. They let us use their equipment, so yeah we're gonna use some of their video stuff. So yeah we're pretty good, y'know, yeah?
T: Uh, that's the least that we could do to U2, "Give me two screens." U2 is a…the least that they could do is lend you…
T: Thank you yay! Two screens!
I: <sobbing> Thank you, uh? Great!
M: Well, you know, some bands…
I: Give us more!
M: I mean, I think it's very nice of them. Their screens are very expensive. I'm surprised they don't keep it just for themselves.
T: Why do you think U2 invited you? Because you have the same agency or because they like your music or…?
M: Well, we played together a little bit a year ago, and we actually did a concert, uh…and Bono couldn't play at Glastonbury Festival; he had an injury. And they were supposed to play…and in the end, we did a song with Edge. Wasn't it…we did uh…I sang The Streets Have No Name and Edge played the guitar. We kinda became friendly with Edge around that time, so…
M: But we definitely wanna come back, y'know? We'd love to come back and play Argentina, our own concert sometime. Soon as we can.
|30-03-2011, 06:38 AM||#84|
T: You guys…the music business has changed a lot over the years, though basically, royalties for music aren't really that much because people don't really buy your CDs. I mean, you guys were lucky that…that um, the company that represents you actually did distribute your music. And you guys were actually on the verge between when music gave you profit and when…to the point where it doesn't give you so much money. What do you see changing in the music business, or how do you think you can get yourself out there with the constant change in the music industry? It's so much easier to steal music from you guys.
M: I think that we shouldn't…I think musicians shouldn't worry too much about stuff like that. I think we should concentrate on making good music. If what you do is really good, it will, you know. Someone will like it somewhere. Historically, I mean, musicians didn't really make much money in the past. You know, it's again, it's the eighties. It should've been in the eighties as the best time. Eighties …the eighties, nineties, musicians became like, strangely wealthy, y'know? But now it's kinda coming back to how it should be with y'know. Musicians shouldn't be that rich. It's not fair. It doesn't make sense. It's just music.
T: This world now is bringing Justin Bieber and not better rock'n'roll.
M: Yeah…that's true. That's—
I: Ah, but you understand the point.
M: Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's a shame. I'm…I mean, Justin Bieber is okay kids music. Y'know what I mean, but you get like um, I suppose…there's a lot of these like,
I: Who listens Justin Weeber?
M: Kids, I think. Like little kids. Like, under 10 maybe? I don't know, is he famous here?
I: <exasperated pfffft>
M: Yeah, really? <giggle> He's one good song. Has he got a good song?
M: <singing>"You smile, I smile"…isn't that quite a good song?
I: WHAT WHAT EH CHHHHH! Is my outtake! Is a problem in my record!
I: Please, sing it again!
M: No no no, I can't do it.
M: I'm too embarrassed to sing it. But it's uh…
D: I can't believe you know it.
M: Yeah yeah…
M: It's always been like that. There's always been pop like that, isn't there? Like always. There's always been bad pop. Yeah.
T: Just popular music in general isn't really really nominative…isn't really new or, or forward thinking and basically, all this popular music. It's very dull and it's very mainstream. And what people do is they just take the mainstream. And it is very hard for guys like you that make really forward thinking music and really different music to get themselves out there. To get people to listen to them.
T: That's where he was going.
M: Yeah, well I think it's… yeah. Maybe. But we've…we've had a good time, yeah? So, so…
T: You guys were just in the verge where—
M: Ah, okay. Yeah yeah, I see what you mean. But like, I think there must be some new acts coming through, like…?
T: What do you see coming through?
D: Well, there's loads of cool stuff. You have to dig around to find it, I suppose. And it's probably harder for like, alternative bands or rock bands' musicians to get noticed. It's not as easy as it was back then when everyone was promoting everything.
M: But who
D: Spending the money…
M: But who is coming through?
D: Um……Sleigh Bells. I like new Strokes album. The thing is, it's also, y'know, it's also, if anything it's made it sort of a quality control. So only the best stuff is going to come through.
M: Like what what what what what stuff? Like what stuff? What names?
D: Nebus? Is that what you just said?
M: No, names, artists, things.
D: Um… well, I can't bloody remember. Sleigh Bells and the new Strokes album.
D: I just literally heard the new Justice single. That's brand new. You should play it; it's cool. Called Civilization.
T: He thanks you very much for coming, that you actually could've been resting or chilling at your hotel and he's gonna come and see you third day so if you could please save the good songs…
M: Yeah, we'll think about…
T: Just play crap for the first two days…What are you guys gonna do right now?
M: Right now? Em…I think I've got some other interviews to do, actually.
M: Today's the day to be doing this stuff, y'know? And I'm not sure. Tonight we'll go out somewhere. Where do you recommend to go for a really like, non-tourist local dinner type food? Like, stew? Do you eat stews here? Is that what you call it?
M: Guisos? With stew?
T: This is the most listened show in Argentina so he's gonna tell you off-air. Or his mother's house.
I: Wine with my mother.
M: That sounds good.
I: You see my mother?
<laughter, canned laughter>
T: Please present your own band.
D: What song are you gonna play?
T: No no, pronounce the name of the band properly.
T: Haha, he lost a bet.
M: How'd you say it?
I: Moose, for me.
D: Oh, not moose.
M and D: Muse.
M: It's a different spelling isn't it?
D: And it's also an animal.
M: It's not moose. Thought you'd say Mooz-zeh.
T: The name of the band isn't important. What's important is what you guys do.
<Guiding Light plays>
M: <laughs> Are we still on the radio?
|30-03-2011, 06:50 AM||#85|
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|30-03-2011, 07:38 AM||#86|
where is my kalashnikov?
How can people ask him to vary the setlist when he doesn't recognise his own songs?, he probably thinks he's playing different songs every night
Edit: Thanks, Tofu ^^
|30-03-2011, 07:42 AM||#87|
Join Date: 29 October 2007
I didn't catch the one about illegitimate children but I agree with you as well that the interviewer was total jerk!
[EDIT] Oh I realise now that was the bit was about having a child you didn't know about and finding out after they had grown up. I didn't understand that bit.
Oh dear! It still makes me giggle though.
"When all your strength has gone, and you feel wrong, like your life has slipped away, follow me, you can follow me" okay
"I just don't care if it's real, that won't change how it feels"
Last edited by CarrieB; 30-03-2011 at 08:35 AM.
|30-03-2011, 08:28 AM||#89|
Join Date: 29 October 2007
And I think Matt needed the reassurance of a homely stew after that!
"When all your strength has gone, and you feel wrong, like your life has slipped away, follow me, you can follow me" okay
"I just don't care if it's real, that won't change how it feels"
|30-03-2011, 08:35 AM||#90|
He ate my Heart
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