Thursday, March 01, 2007
' by John Mayer
(As in Any Given Thursday
DVD)Fold me upTake me outI'm portableFold me upTake me outI'm portableWell out hereWe have anything we wantWe have anything we want at allOut here, we just bolt it to the floor Tape it to the wallRolling with a satelliteWatching the Cosby Show on Nick at NiteI'm weird but I feel alrightI am a soldier nowFold me up, fold me upTake me out, take me outI’m portableFold me up, fold me upTake me out, take me outI'm portableOut here, we're just singin', playin' whatever we feelAnd the threat of falling out of bed at night is realWhen you're traveling on a box with 18 wheelsIf I can go anywhere at all, if I can go anywhere at allIf I can go anywhere at allIf I can go anywhere, anywhereAnd if I can go anywhere at allAnd if I could go anywhere at allI mean if I really, really, really can go anywhere at allWon’t you tell me why, why, why, Why Georgia why
Just a small taste of the musical genius that is John Clayton Mayer. (Yes, that is his middle name.) I really like this small introduction he did for 'Why Georgia' from his Any Given Thursday DVD, something which I bought many years back, excited me then, and still excites every bit as much, or more, even at this point of time. Still, I can't forget how HMV cheated me of my money by making me pay near to fifty bucks, as after a month from the point of buying, it went to half the price I paid. That moment was greatly taken advantage of by Wally, my dearest companion in anything John Mayer. Up until now, if I ever mention it, he would say, "Hah!" proudly for having bought at half the price. Alas, as a dedicated fan, I shall let HMV live. (Yes, you are spared too, Wally.)
Fold me up. Take me out. I'm portable. I mean, really.
In any case, I would like to have to tip my hat off to the wonderful television series, Scrubs. I've been watching quite a bit of it recently, and I must say, it's the most excellent form of comedy I've seen. Or, I might be biased in that sentence. What I meant to say is that, it's the form of comedy that I really feel comfortable with. (It comes close to Friends, which I'm guilty of not being able to watch every single episode.)
The way John Dorian, or better known as J.D., converses with himself in the mind is something I can exactly relate to. I am not shy to say that I do that a lot, sometimes wondering if someone has made an initiative to make a living in there, and pays off his rent by being the inner voice. As much as this make me sound like a nutcase, it actually helps to do a little discussion mentally. As people would most likely tell you, do think before you speak. (Just don't take it too far and actually try to get the number of the person in your head by constantly sweet talking him/her for it.) Back to reality, here's what I'm trying to say.
Go watch it!
Oh, a small shoutout to dae. I miss that best friend of mine.
Good night everybody.