I Get a Kick Out of You by Frank Sinatra, being played on a radio after everything else is destroyed.
You’ll want good headphones if you can find them in the detritus that once was your planet.
Something that will literally never stop being funny to me is that behind the scenes take of Siskel and Ebert (a Jew and a Catholic) where they’re just talking about how much they hate Protestants
“The only fucking religion that has a Reader’s Digest as a prayer book.”
Okay, I’ve been a bit too serious this morning. Let’s leave my favourite song on here before I leave, aka the legit song that was sung by charging Napoleonic troops
I LIKE ONION FRIED IN OIL, I LIKE ONION, I LIKE ONION
There’s many that feign enjoyment
From merciless employment,
Their ambition was this deployment
From the minute they left the school.
And they save and scrape and ponder
While the rest go out and squander,
See the world and rove and wander
And are happier as a rule.
Felt like doing a sad space filk cover!
Music and lyric by Leslie Fish
I’ve been wanting to post this song for ages, but the version I have is too big a file to upload directly to tumblr, so I’m really glad you did this!
But I’m grieving yet
And for some the sky is bright
I cannot give up hoping
For a morning light
So I ask the killers do you sleep at night
Those three are on my mind
I Am the One Who Will Remember Everything
Video: Harry Potter
Music: Dar Williams
Notes: Premiered at Wiscon 41,
“Come over here, kid, we’ve got all these books to read.” Professor Minerva McGonagall, memory, war, resistance and hope.