Miss Jackson & My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark (Panic! At the Disco & Fall Out Boy)
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Thanks so much for following and I’m trying very hard to make more mixes. Here’s a mix I just finished today: Miss Jackson by Panic! At the Disco and My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark (Light ‘Em Up) by Fall Out Boy.
Let me know what you think and I’ll have videos up on YouTube shortly!
Forged in the fires of personal tragedy, the people’s champion emerges. Okay so we may be a little premature in dubbing Liam the people’s champion but, whether he realizes or not, he certainly seems to be heading down that road. This video, which spread like wildfire shortly after popping up on YouTube, shows the Prince speaking candidly about his family and his hopes for the monarchy.
Liam speaks earnestly and with grace of people that have been lost and people that have lost their way, he acknowledges his father’s choice to do away with the monarchy but questions it, “I love England with all my heart. And while my father was on a path towards a republic, I know in my heart that this monarchy can be relevant and inspiring and visionary again. I truly do.” These are the contemplative, optimistic, and determined words of a young man, a young leader, coming into his own. Quite a change from the Former Future King’s last viral video… bow and arrow anyone?
As inspiring as we find this we have to ask, could this be a publicity stunt by the monarchy? It may be a cynical question but positioning Liam as the white knight to Cyrus’s joker is a genius PR move. Our gut is telling us the Prince would never go along with such a stunt and we want to believe it. If that’s the case, if this is Liam in his purest form, then who does the offscreen voice belong to and what is her role in all of this? Perhaps it’s Wilhelmina. What do you think, off the cuff or carefully crafted? Were you inspired?