Questions
Saturday, September 25 at 10:23 AM
Why is it that in movies, that whenever men propose, the ring always fits when it's supposed to and doesn't when it's not. Do they really know their women that well?

Why do people in movies never fumble with car keys. Again, it only happens if it's pivotal to the plot.

And finally, once again on the silver screen, why do people never wait for their change after they buy something?

I'm listening to Ms. Furtado's Folklore again. I'm likin' it a lot more this time around.

Try
Nelly Furtado

All I know
Is everything is not as it's sold
but the more I grow the less I know
And I have lived so many lives
Though I'm not old
And the more I see, the less I grow
The fewer the seeds the more I sow

Then I see you standing there
Wanting more from me
And all I can do is try
Then I see you standing there
Wanting more from me
And all I can do is try

I wish I hadn't seen all of the realness
And all the real people are really not real at all
The more I learn the more I cry
As I say goodbye to the way of life
I thought I had designed for me

All of the moments that already passed
We'll try to go back and make them last
All of the things we want each other to be
We never will be
And that's wonderful, and that's life
And that's you, baby
This is me, baby
And we are free
In our love

We are free in our love

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