Lib shared some hilarious song stuff with me today:
First, The Perfect Song, by Carrie Brownstien & Fred Armisen.
Next, Two Minutes and 42 Seconds in Heaven, a super-sassy and highly logical argument for the length of the perfect song. I love the writer’s ‘about’ blurb:
Joshua Allen is a complex and exciting young man. He is a hard worker and always gives 110 percent. He is a people-person unless that person is a crab and not pulling their weight for the team. If enthusiasm and get-up-and-go are drugs, then he’s a hardcore drug addict. He’s pretty obviously an only child.
No wonder he starts his essay with this:
I am a very busy and important man. I don’t need to tell you this…I schedule 35 minutes a day for recreation. That’s all I need to refresh myself from the rigors of punching holes through the guts of this world. Recreation typically consists of lifting something heavy or posting a new sonnet to my blog.
Someday, maybe, if I try hard enough, I’ll be that busy.