I don’t like getting sappy on Tumblr because there are plenty of people already doing that…however, this is one of those songs that makes me want to fall in love every time I listen to it, and not in that sad and depressing way that emo-pop songs do, but in that warm nostalgic way that good soul songs do.
Lovefool is the one Cardigans song that I couldn’t really get behind, mainly because I thought they had a lot more to offer that most people weren’t listening to…however, I’m really loving this acoustic version.
Misinformed music snob: No, this is a remix of the original Orgy song. Nate: I want to kill you. Misinformed music snob: Also, I don’t know who this Don Henley guy is, but he totally ripped-off The Ataris with that “Boys Of Summer” song.
9:00pm: Hmm, oh wow, so Shue’s wife is still hiding the pregnancy. It’d sure be nice if it wasn’t such an over-the-top melodrama and that there was some sort of perceivable gravity to the situation…maybe I’d care about the character.
9:12pm: Oh, hey, the first musical number…and, the sudden change of intonation, over-instrumentation, and over-production has officially broken my suspension of disbelief.
9:15pm: Ughh, I’m about to change the channel—oh, wait, that was a funny joke. Okay, the show gets 15 more minutes.
9:25pm: I wonder which Sue Sylvester we’ll be treated to tonight. The one that has a glimmer of depth and isn’t some one-dimensional villian, or the version that has a paper-thin motive like a bad-guy from a Disney movie.
9:27pm: Well, shit. It’s the dumbed-down version of Sue Sylvester. Great.
9:35pm: Goddammit, this show has so much potential to be a smart comedy, but almost everything comes off as a cheap parlor trick because I’m not invested in any of these characters.
9:45pm: (Silence as I take in the one moment of real depth and emotion throughout the whole episode.)
9:53pm: Aaaand we’re back to the utter retardation of this wasted plot.
10:02pm: Ugh, yeah, I’ll tune in next time. Dammit.