#21 Posted on 4.3.03 1955.37 Reposted on: 4.3.10 1956.48
If you're looking for a a song that says that you won't work as a couple, but you do cherish the times you had together, you can do no better than the Ray Price country classic, "For The Good Times". Do a Google for the lyrics and see if that's on the right track. If it isn't, give us a better idea of what you're trying to say.
#25 Posted on 7.3.03 2245.17 Reposted on: 7.3.10 2259.02
While I do apprecieate the joke, better late then never I suppose, the time has passed already.
I gave her the CD last night...
She called me at around 5am telling me that she had been having the same thoughts as I had and really didn't want a 'relationship' from me and that when she first came up to me, it wasn't even for her, it was for a friend of hers... evidently, her roommate thinks I'm cool and wants to go out and see what type of person I am. I really dig her roommate Faith, I liked her before anything ever even happened with me andwhich is the reason I was saying that she was still usefull to me. (Again, I can NOT stress how much of an asshole I am. My day job has me going around the district and putting people out of work, so I can't be all THAT nice of a person, as my friends tell me.)
I'd like to thank tarnish for the Afghan Whigs idea, I hadn't heard alot of there stuff, but the song 'Debonair' from GENTLEMEN was a perfect choice, and HomerJFong for the Weird Al selection, it made a perfect closer, in place of Ben Folds Fives' BREAKUP SONG.