Friday, November 13, 2009

Coldplay and post-BLOW OFF forgiveness

If you've just been blown off, do yourself a favor and do not listen to any Coldplay!!!

At least 75% of Coldplay's music is all about post blow off forgiveness. Case in point:

Trouble (from Parachutes): I never meant to cause you trouble/I never meant to do you wrong/And I, well if I ever caused you trouble/And oh no, I never meant to do you harm.

The Scientist (from Rush of Blood to the Head): Come up to meet you, tell you I'm sorry/You don't know how lovely you are/I had to find you/Tell you I need you
Tell you I've set you apart....

Swallowed in the Sea (from X & Y): You cut me down a tree/And brought it back to me/And that's what made me see/Where I was going wrong/You put me on a shelf/And kept me for yourself/I can only blame myself/You can only blame me...

Lovers in Japan/Reign of Love (from Viva La Vida): How I wish I’d spoken up/Or we’d be carried/In the reign of love.


There songs should come with an FDA warning: side effects include complete and total denial that a certain douche bag will channel his inner Chris Martin and try to get you back.

That said, we totally recommend making out to Coldplay. Holla!

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