Looking the other way, after the London Bombs last year I read of a Muslim man who gave up his back pack to carry his books and papers in off-licence (liquor store) carrier bags.
I hear story, is so crazy!!Originally Posted by Sticks
So if you play "walking in Memphis" they will interrogate you over messages about you wanting to cut off the public transportation and major roadways of that city?
Imagine playing the Talking Heads' lyrics to "Psycho Killer." Don't touch me, I'm wired!
I canít seem to face up to the facts
Iím tense and nervous and i
I canít sleep ícause my bedís on fire
Donít touch me Iím a real live wire
Quíest que cíest
Fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa far better
Run run run run run run run away...
Or their song "Life During Wartime." (actually this was thrown on the no-play list)
Heard of a van that is loaded with weapons,
Packed up and ready to go
Heard of some gravesites, out by the highway,
A place where nobody knows
The sound of gunfire, off in the distance,
Iím getting used to it now
Lived in a brownstore, lived in the ghetto,
Iíve lived all over this town
This ainít no party, this ainít no disco,
This ainít no fooling around
No time for dancing, or lovey dovey,
I ainít got time for that now
Transmit the message, to the receiver,
Hope for an answer some day
I got three passports, a couple of visas,
You donít even know my real name....
Well, what would the cabbie have done if he'd been listening to The Clash's "Protex Blue"??
I realize this thread gets bumped up with this post, but I have my cd player loaded with "rare 80's alternative" hits, I couldn't help but think of this thread when "Screaming Jets" by Johnny Warman (featuring Peter Gabriel), came on.