"Let me forget about tday until tomorrow..."
take me on a trip up on your magic swirlin ship, my senses have been stripped, my hands can't feel to grip, my toes too numb to step, wait only for my boot heels to be wonderin. I'm ready to go anywhere I'm ready for to fade into my own parade, cast your dancin spell my way i promise to go under it. <3 love you Mr. DYLAN
What did you learn in school today? I learned that policemen are my friends, I learned that justice never ends, I learned that murderers die for their crimes even if we make mistakes sometimes. I learned that our government must be strong: always right and never wrong, our leaders are the finest men and we elect them again and again. Thats what I learned in school today thats what i learned in school. What did you learn in school today dear little boy of mine? I learned that war is not so bad, I learned of the great ones that we've had, I learned that everyone's free and that's what the teacher said to me, that's what i learned in school. -Pete Seeger
<3 That 70s Show is my favourite show in the world and it always makes me happy. I love all the characters but i think my favourite would probaby be Hyde. Mother should I trust the government? :/ I basically just listen to any GOOD music. Good music means songs/poetry that isn't shallow and actually has emotion and soul going into the art (basically newer stuff though i don't mind a few new artists) mostly listen to K-Rock. I like talking to good characters, not those people who just see surfaces and will only talk about the people they hate and how much their clothes cost. Music I listen to the most: Zeppelin, The Stones, AC/DC, KISS, Alice Cooper, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Queen, The Beatles, The Who, David Bowie, Bob Marley, Pete Seeger, CCR, Fleetwood Mac, Loverboy, Aerosmith, Rush, The Eagles, Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, Black Sabbath, Twisted Sister, Cheap Trick, Joan Jett, The Runaways, and Don Mclean. I really love folk music th most I think...it's similar to th punk mind but it has a different way of saying things. It's against society and writes about its corruption though singing and guitar that is usually calm but it still speaks out to the people who will understand it. Folk music tells stories and starts rightful protests that are really remembered into the future. I like punk alot too but folk music just touches me more, it's civil disobedience or quiet revolution.