You know what? This song is wonderful. It is in contention with "You Make My Dreams COme True" for happiest damn song ever. So shut up.
Did you know this song is a play-by-play of the erotic novel of the same name? Now you do, bitches!
God, she's awesome.
This is what I hope to play on my first date (if I ever have a date, which I unlikely, because it looks like I'm turning out to be asexual).
A close second.
It should be noted, Pete Doherty just might be the Michael Pitt of the music world. Guess which one he is.
Otherwise known as the song Justin Timberlake lipsyncs to in Southland Tales.
That song from those Apple commercials.
Well, Youtube stopped working. I was going to do "Somebody to Love" by Jefferson Airplane, the framing device for A Serious Man, because Grace Slick is my old musical hero. Oh, well.
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