Friday, 30 October 2009

United Paper People

"So hit the lights and turn the record up now
I hope you hear this in your sleep
Spin off the typical I miss you baby
Who would've thought we were so deep

summary : i never miss anything how i missed you ...

I was going through my CD's the other day and come across a Kisschasey one and realised that I hadn't listened to them in ages, so lent over for my ipod and found out that they werent on it!! Complete oversight i know, I have no idea how I forgot to put it on to the computer or how it got deleted (seeing as it is a burnt CD and all).

I had completely forgotten just how much I love Kisschasey.
I remember the first time I heard them, it must have been the end/beginning of 2005/2006 , regardless it was the 2005/2006 summer holidays and I was at a friends 18th. The party was starting to wind down and I was sitting out the back in the garden listening to music - didn't know it at the time but it was Kisschasey's United Paper People album - when the most adorable guy came out and sat with me. I cant remember what we talked about or how it came up but eventually he started talking about the song that we were listing to. I don't remember what he said about the song either but I get the feeling that he liked it. I don't really remember what happened after this either. I think the birthday girl and a couple of other people came back outside with sleeping bags and we started talking about the stars, and he and I didnt say much to each other again. But from now on when ever I hear of Kisschasey I'll always think of his smile as he talk to me.

Lyrics by Kisschasey
Image by junest

I know I've been absent for a while but now that semester is over and I don't have to worry for a while about those pesky assignments that seem to get in the way of life I'll have more time for this blog and I'm looking forward to getting back into it.

Wow that is the longest runon sentence I've written in a while.

Anyway, glad to be back and I hope I've still got a few readers left.

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