9.40 Uhr / Nebel, -3.1° C Musik Lieblingslieder (123): Day to day (for 6 days a week...) L.A. Salami (Lookman Adekunle Salami) aus dem Album Dancing with bad grammar, England 2016
Took the bus, took the train Went to work, ignored the pain What a rainy day, friendly faces Got dragged around all types of places
Closed my eyes, smelled your hair Looked around but you weren't there Had some lunch, jacket potato Chicken wings and fried tomatoes After that lit a fag Said a prayer and took drag These days are toast never do combust so much i burn for the both of us though
Second day, second job Passing forth for the world to stop Shoes are too tight feet are aching Called in sick, but i was faking When i do go I am late Always make the same mistake That mistake could be im not caring Six days a week can't find my bearings But to be fair i might of cared Might of cared if you were there
Stressed as hell, fatigued as fuck Putrid passion, rotten luck Worked to death jumping at the bit Crazed as Christ im broke as shit Watched the news, someone died Watched their mother teary eyed Son shot dead on wareth road I thanked god no-one that i know I went to work for the NHS Mental health people depressed Met Joanne scared of living, afraid of dying, terrified of being The met Paul schizophrenic, shaken limbs paranoid fanatic Unwashed ten days in a row So afraid almost almost paralytic I told them that i'd do the same In certain moods, on certain days But despite the sane ways i could think I could not do much to convince em
Back to base, had a meeting Took to die a week cause their parents beat em I wish i could say im surprised The news just chose which ones to highlight Choose which ones to highlight
Took the DLR, took the tube Read a book nothing else to do Read Jill hicks she survived the bombings Wrote a book, made a killing I read somewhere someone lost their legs Umpteen inured, 52 dead In someplaces far away, that shit happens everyday Now scared of buses, scared of trains But got to get to work someway So i play with my life, you could say
Dont we all, dont we all Dont we all,. dont we all
I got a gig, got myself booked Just down the road where nick jucked I get to sing my joys and sorrows Not made it yet, maybe tomorrow I closed my eyes, saw your face Looked around, you were no place I fee so felt out when you're not around
But you are time and i am life Times are tiring under strife Strife's the type of life i seem to lead and time won't heal this wound easily Take your light, your shadowed passion I hear your talk, I see your actions What i dont see are you eyes The flaming symbols of the night Was that your skin, that i saw On the road, my ruined war Were you wearing that paisley i adored Were you hatred, were you lost You understand this cause you must That men have the consistencies of love and war through history I must see you, i must know Did you falter, did you go Did you go, did you go
10.55 Uhr / starker Schneefall, -1.3° C Musik Jingle Bells Playlist Dezember Der grossartig bitterböse Parodist Weird Al eröffnet den Dezember-Reigen. Gefolgt von Schätzchen Aldous mit einer grossartigen Performance bei Jools. Altvater Ray Davies von den Kinks hat ein neues Album herausgegeben, ein schöner, ruhiger Song daraus ist Broken. Musiker des Monats sind Jo Mango aus dem schottischen Glasgow. Darum, wie immer, zwei Songs der Gruppe. Weihnachtlich wirds dann mit Mogwai. Josienne Clark gibt ihr Blog-Debut und dem Wetter angepasst singt (sang) John Lennon's Yoko. Zum Abschluss eine Neuerscheinung von Reina del Cid: Suffer. Süsser die Glocken nie klingen...
Weird Al Yankovic mit You don't love me anymore (live)
14.55 Uhr / schön, -2.3° C Musik Sufjan Stevens Tonya Harding
Sufjans neue Single ist eine Hymne an die Eishexe Tonya Harding, WM-Silbermedalliengewinnerin 1991 im Eiskunstlauf. Bekannt geworden vor allem von einem durch ihren Ehemann in Auftrag gegebenen Attentat auf ihre grösste Konkurrentin, Nancy Kerrigan.
"Her mother was married six times; she grew up in a trailer home, was called trailer trash, called a white nigger. Abused child, abused wife. Her insides must look like a broken glass. But she keeps smiling and keeps skating.” – Jesse Jackson, as quoted in Newsweek magazine, in January 1994, speaking in defense of Tonya Harding.