If you lose one sense, your other senses are enhanced.
That’s why people with no sense of humour have an increased sense of self-importance.
"The first time I heard “How Soon Is Now” (by The Smiths), I can remember things changing in myself. It was 1984, in my friend’s apartment in this really horrible building in Hollywood. We were there eating some sort of horrible food, with ketchup ‘cause we didn’t have any money, and it came on the television. The video was great, but the song completely blew everything away. I’ve never heard of The Smiths before and it was like, whooosh, I went out and got Meat Is Murder. It was the first time I ever heard writing like that over music like that. It influenced me because the writing was so great, because Morrissey’s lyrics were so great in such a way, I don’t know, like just completely freaky, unique."
— Jeff Buckley (via jeff-buckley
me pretending i can sing by improvising my way thru a song
quite happy with this: okay singing and fine playing at times and bad pitch and playing at times so it all evens out :D
"The best thing I ever saw in Baltimore was a mom, a dad, and their son walking through Hampden. The son says “why is mommy crying?” and his dad says “because you’re an asshole."
— John Waters (via heartsturnedtostraw
(Source: redtailedhawkward, via dimension-7)