a crazy little thing called love ( first love )

Lonesome. Its a funny thing.
Being alone in a crowd.
What do they call it?
The lonely heart, the bitter one?
The clingy, needy young girl.
The bossy, trouble maker
Easy to love at first, but hard to love forever.
Has friends, but they don’t really care
Is shushed, told to be silent, but can’t help being naturally loud.
Dramatic at most, solemn at best.
Cares about everyone and everything,
Sometimes too much though.
Hates being told what to do and when things don’t go her way.
Is called perfect sometimes, but is far from it
If you look close into her eyes, you can see her yearning to be found, to be loved unconditionally.
Doesn’t want any strings attached, but she comes with strings.
A desire to fit in, so much she is willing to destroy herself in the process.
Maybe she will be lost forever, maybe thats who she’s meant to be.
The feeling of being unwanted always scratches in the back of her throat.
Acts strong but underneath that tough skin she is weak.
Looks up to people and yearns for their friendship and acceptance.
A little girl at heart.
A failure at best.
She is lonesome and lonesome is her…
—  Alexis Pendleton
Too Much?

Since January 1st I have watched the following dramas and films:

  1. Secret (Taiwan)
  2. Go Away Mr. Tumor (China)
  3. First Time (Taiwan)
  4. My Runway (Korea)
  5. Never Said Goodbye (China/Korea)
  6. Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo (Korea)
  7. Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge (Japan)
  8. Strobe Edge (Japan)
  9. Age of Youth (Korea)
  10. Kyou wa Kaisha Yasumimasu (Japan)
  11. Love For Beginners (Japan)
  12. Ore Monogatari (Japan)
  13. He Was Cool (Korea)
  14. Heroine Disqualified (Japan)
  15. Something About 1% (Korea)
  16. The Drop Box (Korean Documentary)
  17. After School: Lucky or Not (Korea)
  18. Blue Spring Ride (Japan)
  19. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Thailand)
  20. Hear Me (Taiwan)
  21. Love O2O (China)
  22. Mood of the Day (Korea)
  23. My Sassy Girl (Korea)
  24. Nodame Cantabile: The Final Score - Part 2 (Japan)
  25. One Smile is Very Alluring (China)
  26. The Hunting Ground (American Documentary)
  27. Poison Berry in my Brain (Japan)
  28. The Black Devil and the White Prince (Japan)
  29. U-Prince Series: The Badass Baker (Thailand)
  30. U-Prince Series: The Gentle Vet (Thailand)
  31. Finding Vivian Maier (American Documentary)
  32. You are the Apple of My Eye (Taiwan)
  33. The Moveable Feast (Taiwan)
  34. An Honest Liar (American Documentary)
  35. Dum Laga Ke Kaisha (Bollywood)
  36. And the Oscar Goes To… (American Documentary)
  37. The Witness (American Documentary)
  38. How to Survive a Plague (American Documentary)

That’s not counting what I’m currently watching:

  • Can You Hear My Heart (Korea)
  • Liar Game (Korea)
  • Ms. Perfect (Korea)
  • Rich Man, Poor Woman (Japan)
  • Strong Woman Do Bong Soon (Korea)
  • Zenkai Girl (Japan)


I think I might have a problem. ;-)

The Zodiac Signs as PENTATONIX songs with lyrics
  • Aries: Cracked (A head like steel and a soul of gold, and a heart that's made of glass)
  • Taurus: Can't Sleep Love (Kissin'in the moonlight, movies on a late night)
  • Gemini: Misbehavin' (Oh but I know that I can be wild sometimes, but I never lie)
  • Cancer: Water (Timid heart, hide my scars, make me stronger)
  • Leo: Ref (Maybe I got just a little too much pride to let you back into my life)
  • Virgo: First Things First (First things first, you need love, humility)
  • Libra: New Year's Day (Hear me when I say let's kiss the past away)
  • Scorpio: If I Ever Fall In Love (If I say that I could be your one and only, promise that you'll never leave me lonely)
  • Sagittarius: Na Na Na (You might call it crazy, how I'm acting lately, skipping through the sky)
  • Capricorn: Sing (Don't let 'em bring you down, you know what I'm talking 'bout)
  • Aquarius: Light In The Hallway (Count your blessings every day, it makes the monsters go away)
  • Pisces: Rose Gold (The story of our lives couldn't fit in only black and white)

          tell me how my nature feels.

RULES.

background noise. johnny cash - a boy named suefirst edition - just dropped in (to see what condition my condition was in)ac/dc - you shook me all night longwarlon jennings - mommas don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys ● the rolling stones - satisfaction ● queen - crazy little thing called lovequeen - i want to break freeradiohead - creepdavid bowie - heroes ●  bruce springsteen - born to run ● the animals - house of the rising sun,

to dance to. bob marley - is this love ●  joe strummer & the mescaleros - mondo bongothe weeknd - i feel it coming ● selena - como la flordean martin - sway  ● the drifters - save the lance dance for me ● frank ocean - chanel

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//Love is Just Love//

A playlist for this MattFoggy wedding AU

Drops of Jupiter - Train // At Last - Etta James // Your Song - Elton John // Islands - The XX // Toothpaste Kisses - The Maccabees // Midnight City - M83 // Somebody to You - The Vamps // Never Tear Us Apart - INXS // First Day of My Life - Bright Eyes // Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Queen // No Control - One Direction

//Listen//

(Wedding invitation made by this amazing girl)

1978 Fender Telecaster

Most famous appearance: Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Live Aid, 1985)
Arguably the most familiar of Brian’s ‘other’ electrics, this stock Tele is used when Crazy Little Thing Called Love is played live. The song was first performed in Dublin on 22 November 1979 and is a mainstay of the set.

BM: “I honestly can’t remember where it came from… On the road, if I was was in LA, if there was time and it was a nice day, I’d go down to Guitar Center to play around with guitars, find something I could fall in love with. But normally I was too busy, so I think what happened was that I just asked someone to go get me a couple of Teles.

“Changing guitars mid-song is fine if you rehearse. It’s like a handshake, you have to know where the other guy’s hand is going to be. I’d give him one guitar and he’d give me the other with the strap taut and you’d sort of leap into it. It’s a procedure that you learn and that’s how I do it. It’s pretty foolproof, unless you lose your nerve and panic!”