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You tell me you don’t love me over a cup of coffee
And I just have to look away
A million miles between us
Planets crashing to dust
I just let it fade away

I’m walking empty streets hoping we might meet
I see your car parked on the road
The light on at your window
I know for sure that you’re home
But I just have to pass on by

So no of course we can’t be friends
Not while I’m still this obsessed
I guess I always knew the score
This is how our story ends

I smoke your brand of cigarettes
And pray that you might give me a call
I lie around in bed all day just staring at the walls
Hanging round bars at night wishing I had never been born
And give myself to anyone who wants to take me home

So no of course we can’t be friends
Not while I still feel like this
I guess I always knew the score
This is where our story ends

You left behind some clothes
My belly summersaults when I pick them off the floor
My friends all say they’re worried
I’m looking far too skinny
I’ve stopped returning all their calls

And no of course we can’t be friends
Not while I’m still so obsessed
I want to ask where I went wrong
But don’t say anything at all

It took a cup of coffee
To prove that you don’t love me

Originally from her divine shadow on July 21, 2005, 12:48pm

QotD: Sugar, Sugar

What was your favorite candy when you were a kid? How does that compare to now?

I used to really love those sort of peach flavoured fizzy gum things. I still like them, though I don't think I've had them in a long long while. I still like cola bottles. I guess the only thing that's new is the tangfastic gum things that are sour and fizzy, but that's because they weren't invented when I was a kid.


Mmm sweets. And chocolate.

Originally by from herdivineshadow’s blog on July 25, 2006, 11:32am

QotD: I wish I could…

Play any instrument or speak any language, which do you choose?
Question submitted by

Wow. That's a hard one. I think I would have to choose "speak any language" because unless I somehow lost my fear of performing in front of people the "play any instrument" would only have a limited use. If I could speak any language though, I could talk to so many people in so many places. I could visit museums and stuff and understand what stuff was about without losing the nuances that go when something is translated. I could read so many books and things.


Plus, I could get a kick-ass, well paid translating job. 😀

Originally by from herdivineshadow’s blog on July 26, 2006, 1:16pm

Oscar & Lucinda


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I can't say that I was expecting the ending…which is always good for a film. Especially one nearly ten years old! The idea of a glass church is really cool though and the one in the film is very pretty. When I read about the church on the back of the dvd box, I had a very different picture in mind of a glass church – though one that would probably be very impractical and difficult to build. On a miniature scale though… it might be nice. 🙂

I've just noticed the spellcheck options with this. They're far more useful than the livejournal spellcheck interface. Perhaps they'll implement this in livejournal. Although I'll probably discover that they already have and it's just that I don't use the rich text thing because it doesn't work great in Opera.

I guess the good thing about Vox is that it gives you things to write about if you cannot think of any… and it makes talking about media very easy.

Originally by from herdivineshadow’s blog on July 27, 2006, 2:29pm

QotD: Your fantasy restaurant

If you could open any sort of restaurant, what would it be like?

I think it would be pretty small and have delicious healthy food that still has butter and fat in it and things. I don't know really. All the food I like… but if I had to pick one kind of food to make it less random and crazy, I guess it would be portuguese food, though I don't really know how to cook it myself.

Originally by from herdivineshadow’s blog on July 27, 2006, 2:30pm

QotD: You’ve got to blog!

If you could get someone in your life to start a blog, who would it be and why?

I think I would get some of my family in Malaysia to start blogging because then it would be easier to keep up to date with what's going on there. I have been considering starting a site for the family with a gallery and blogging software so that everyone can post updates and keep in touch better, but I don't know if everyone would use it.

Originally by from herdivineshadow’s blog on July 31, 2006, 4:06am

QotD: Weekend Goal Follow-Up

So, how did you do with that weekend goal? No goal? What did you do this weekend?

I…had no weekend goal. However I do have a nice pair of new shoes and some comfy new underwear. 😀


…you know. I have no idea what else I did.

Originally by from herdivineshadow’s blog on August 7, 2006, 12:13pm

Yay presents.

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It's a friend's birthday in a couple of weeks and I got together with some other friends to get him a present. The best thing about buying presents for other people, especially if you can give it to them face to face, is wrapping them. I really like wrapping presents. Especially if they're in boxes.

So exciting. Eeee.


Originally by from herdivineshadow’s blog on August 7, 2006, 12:22pm

Under the Tuscan Sun

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So I watched this yesterday. It's a bit dappy plot-wise, but on the other hand Italy looks really great in it and it kind of makes me want to visit again, though with more time to go and see stuff and enjoy things. I last went to Italy a few years ago with my mum and dad on coach trip to Sorento. Which was nice, but my mum's fond of doing nothing but sunbathing and my dad's not such a big fan of museums and walking places.

Thinking about it, some kind of trip all around Italy on my own would be nice. I could do what I wanted rather than being limited by what my mum or dad would enjoy too. Something to think about I guess.

Originally by from herdivineshadow’s blog on August 7, 2006, 12:31pm

QotD: Better than the original?

What is your favorite cover song?
Question submitted by Ray.

Favourite cover song? That's a difficult question – there are a lot of really great covers out there and I have heard a heck of a lot of them. I think Johnny Cash's version of Nine Inch Nails' "Hurt" is really great and AFI did a cool cover of The Cure's "Hanging Gardens". Tori Amos has done a bunch of good covers like "Bonnie and Clyde '97" (originally by Eminem) and "Smells like Teen Spirit". Which was originally by Nirvana. Who have also been covered by an artist called The King who is basically Elvis and covered "Come As You Are". It's a bit surreal hearing Elvis sing that.

Hmm. What else…? I guess there's Soulwax's cover of "Starfish and Coffee" (originally by Prince). Feeder did a wonderful cover of "The Power of Love" by Frankie Goes to Hollywood.

I suppose at the moment though, my favourite cover is Emm Gryner's version of "Pour Some Sugar on Me" by Def Leppard.

Originally by from herdivineshadow’s blog on August 8, 2006, 7:06am

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