If anyone ever asks you, "But why?" Just tell them because Rob said so. It works every time that it does. And that's a promise.
Live from Louisville, it's Rob! Me! Guy who speaks of himself in the third person but yet still paints a touching and lovable figure in the little sparse universe of your heart. I'm at the airport right now (SDF, for those of you are down with the "codes"). I'm having one of those months where home is wherever I am and it's usually at a gate closest to a power outlet. I wish that someone could plug me in for a bit because I must admit to dragging a bit. But in the new world I suddenly find myself in, I have no choice but to forge on and keep moving. As I am one who does his best to utilize his iPod not only for entertainment, but also as a means of avoiding conversation with overly "friendly" fellow travelers, I choose to listen and listen hard to all that is good at this moment. And alas, the glorious return of the Playlist of the Week for your edification and my time-filling. This week is a bit of sad, a bit of happy, a bit of relevant, a bit of random. Don't read too much in to them, but don't fail to read a little in to them. I wouldn't want you to think I'm just throwing this all together. No, no. I simply care too much about whatever this blog is all about to do something like that. I'll be coming to an airport near you this month in all likelihood. Next stop: DFW on the way home to OKC. Before driving back to Dallas. You'll just have to trust me on this one. I can feel your faith. Think a good or bad thought. Say a little prayer. Drop me a line. But most importantly, find some of this music if it hasn't found you yet.
Song of the Day: "Pobody's Nerfect"
Artist: Wolf Parade
Album: EXPO 86
Lyric of Possible Relevance:
"And sing your songs
Sing them all night baby
If it's out of key well nobody's perfect
And you don't know how to stop it all
You just don't know how to stop it at all
And you don't know how to stop it
But morning will turn turn everything back to gold."