May 30, 2005

The coast is always changing

I think I will continue to title blog posts with Maximo Park lyrics. for fun

My wrist is killing. This is why projects are evil.

I had a dream last night, most of which I don't remember, but I do remember several occasions being in a glass sky-scraper, trying to get the right lift to Floor 6N and both the lifts and the stairs were being trixie, so even though I made it there once, I just couldn't find it after that and was getting all worked up. I made it to 5B via an Ikea style restaurant, but then got to a dead end and had to go down to the ground floor and start again. I think there were shops too as there seemed to be lots of people pushing trolleys and staring.

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  1. (I should be studyin …)

    On the night i lost my head, when I was all over the shop, I told the acrobat I loved "i want you to stay" She said "limassol, I'm going missing."
    "You cant go I have a fear of falling without you" I cried, as I futilely tried to apply some pressure to make her stay. She replied cryptically "I can't kiss you better always– the coast is always changing."

    30 May 2005, 18:48

  2. Genius! Gosh that album's good – just listened again and hey presto it was even better than last time

    01 Jun 2005, 23:02

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