just ripped from the video (source), didn’t do anything else-
I was so excited with the Hives’ new song I needed to have it on my ipod
On Moonday I was head-long into the recording of my first “solo” album when I received a phone call from my best good friend inviting me along on a journey through the woods the following day. I accepted the invitation and cut the rest of the night short to prepare. He said that there would be others along for the ride but did not mention that you would be there. So we set off on our trip at 11AM on Tuesday. Cruising to Buffalo, drinking fine wine out of grape juice bottles; the driver did not partake. There were five of us in the car: Jennie, her girlfriend Valerie, Mikey, Myself, and you. On the way you were being troubled by things happening in your life. You asked for my advice; which is commonplace with my friends; they respect my words, as I do theirs. My advice was to just shut off the outside world for the day, relax, and have fun. First stop, the Eternal Flame. The Eternal Flame is a torch-like fire that has been burning for over 500 years. It’s located directly under a waterfall, which falls directly on it.
After visiting they walked the slick path back to the car. I, instead, decided to climb the face of the gorge back to the top. About a 120ft. climb. I only nearly died about four times. But hey, I’m alive and better for the experience. On our way back from our trip I noticed I had hurt my shoulder climbing up the gorge. So I extended it out along the length of the back seat. Jennie took a sharp turn and you fell into me. Apologized and then moved off of me. I said it was fine and that if you needed to rest, feel free to lay on me. You did. And when you did I caught the smell of your hair. Then something happened to me. A weight lifted off of me that I hadn’t even known was there. For anyone reading this, you may remember a post I made a few months back about what I missed about being with someone. I finally had a great conversation with someone balled up together like two kittens in repose. I don’t know where I’m going with this but I had to write it out. Now that I have, I think I’m actually ready to get back out there. Here’s to five years of being alone; and hopefully no more. I’ll post a part two later on.