This is Aivi and Surasshu performing live at AOD in Santa Clara. As far as a I know, the majority of this song has not been aired ore released anywhere else yet. I missed the beginning! Sorry!
Surasshu is on the left of the frame while Aivi is sitting at the piano on the right. Between them is Aivi’s younger sister (I think she said her name was Thu? If someone knows her name, lemme know). I believe the guitarist is Edwin Rhodes, who also plays the guitar in the original recording.
If I could begin to be Half of what you think of me I could do about anything I could even learn how to love
When I see the way you act Wondering if I’m coming back I could do about anything I could even learn how to love like you
Love like you Love like you
I always thought I might be bad Now I’m sure that it’s true ‘Cause I think you’re so good And I’m nothing like you
Look at you go I just adore you I wish that I knew What makes you think I’m so special
If I could begin to do Something that does right by you I would do about anything I would even learn how to love
When I see the way you look Shaken by how long it took I could do about anything I could even learn how to love like you
who’s willing to spend the next couple of hours talking about a little baby Montilyet with me
because. because babies.tiny little Montilyet babies.
Josephine catching dignitaries off guard by greeting them with a little girl sleeping in a sling across her chest.
Josephine reading long bedtime stories to her little girl about heroes and dragons and the Inquisitor (that’s your daddy/mommy) and calling her baby Topolina and Carissima and Passerotta in-passing (whereas her spouse refers to them as Da’len or Asala or friggin’ Pumpkin, darling why must you name our child after food)
Josephine twisting her daughter’s long, dark, wavy hair -just like Mommy’s- into delicate updos, only for them to come apart within the next hour.
JOSEPHINE’S SPOUSE GENTLY WEANING THEIR DAUGHTER FROM MOMMY’S ARMS AND CARRYING HER TO BED BEFORE DOING THE SAME TO JOSIE.
but most importantly
Josephine and her Inquisitor having long, in-depth discussions about the potential of having children- and deciding that it’s not for them, or that it’s not the right time just yet, or that they can’t wait to become parents.
Josephine and her Inquisitor finding themselves in an unexpected pregnancy or with a child they weren’t prepared for and feeling lost, anxious, terrified, but somehow elated, or finally, after long and careful planning, finally finding themselves with a dream come true cradled in their arms.
Josephine and her Inquisitor dealing with all the changes in themselves and their relationship, Josephine and her Inquisitor looking for that intimacy they seem to have lost on the way, or on the contrary, Josephine and her Inquisitor being each other’s pillars of strength and the two of them being closer and more stupidly in love than ever before.
Josephine working long and hard hours to ensure her family’s safety and happiness while her spouse cares for their child, or Josephine so entranced by the little life in her arms that she almost forgets the Duke of Kellington for a second.
Josehine and her Inquisitor living their happy and completely average, long lives however the fuck they want in the post-Inquisition years.
To the surprise of many, I was actually very stubborn about watching TWD. My family and friends were all watching and obsessing over it when the beginning of season 3 was airing. They all kept pushing me to watch too but I just wouldn’t give in. Especially since it was a zombie show. I kept saying “I don’t like stuff like that” …which I didn’t actually hate zombie stuff, I just hated getting scared and I assumed the show was all about being scary. Then one day I went to visit my grandparent’s. When I walked in, they’d paused the TV and I just knew they were watching TWD. I rolled my eyes…then looked at the screen to see that it said “Chupacabra” …which had me thinking, wtf even is this show? My grandparents told me they HAD to finish this episode so I was gonna have to go in the other room. My grandma then offered to let me log in to their Netflix on my laptop and watch the pilot in the meantime. I finally gave in… And as I was watching I wasn’t quite hooked but it kept me interested. Then at the very end of the episode, when Glenn went over that walkie talkie with the iconic “hey dumbass” line…and the pan out shot of the herd of walkers with that song playing… I was a goner. I couldn’t believe how good it was. The comedic effect in the midst of such a terrifying situation. I loved it. I walked out of the room to my grandparents like… dammit, I’ve gotta continue. My life hasn’t been the same since.