When you love a woman you tell her that she's really wanted When you love a woman you tell her that she's the one Cuz she needs somebody to tell her that it's gonna last forever So tell me have you ever really - really really ever loved a woman?
One time when I was in probably 5th or 6th grade, our school principal put up a huge sheet of paper up on the wall of the cafeteria. It was from one of those industrial sized rolls of paper, so the sheet he tore off was probably about 8 feet tall and 4 or 5 feet wide. The idea of this paper was for students to write inspirational things, quotes, fun stories, anecdotes, etc, that the other students could read and share and be inspired by. It pretty quickly went sour though when one student wrote ‘JOCKS SUCK’ really big in red sharpie. The principal, not wanting to admit his project was a failure (and using his infinite creativity) changed the ‘u’ in ‘sucks” to an ‘o,’ so it read ‘JOCKS SOCK.’
Eventually a teacher tore the page down after a big rant about how childish and rotten we all were for ruining this project.
Then presumably, we all finished our hot lunches and went outside to play on the swings until lunch recess was over.
This memory just randomly popped into my head the other day so I figured the world needed to know.
You can preorder the new Dead Milkmen CD, “Pretty Music for Pretty People” from Amazon (at least for fans in the US, not sure if it’ll work outside the US). The CD will contain six new tracks, and almost every song from the four singles from 2012/2013 (the only track excluded is the third track from the first single, Little Rebel Mine). The track listing on Amazon.com is as follows.
1. Pretty Music For Pretty People 2. Big Words Make The Baby Jesus Cry 3. Welcome To Undertown 4. Now I Wanna Hold Your Dog 5. Make It Witchy 6. Mary Ann Cotton (The Poisoner’S Song) 7. I’Ve Got To Get My Numbers Up 8. Anthropology Days 9. Somewhere Over Antarctica 10. Dark Clouds Gather Over Middlemarch 11. Streetlamps - Walking To Work 12. The Sun Turns Our Patio Into A Lifeless Hell 13. The Great Boston Molasses Flood 14. All You Need Is Nothing 15. Ronald Reagan Killed The Black Dahlia 16. Hipster Beard 17. Sanitary Times
There will also be a vinyl release limited to 1000. The track listing is a bit shorter. It will include the six new songs, and three of the tracks from the 2012/2013 singles that were previously download-only and not included on the singles. Again, Little Rebel Mine is excluded. The reasoning behind the shorter track listing is that most people who will be buying the vinyl have already purchased the singles, and therefore already have those tracks on vinyl. The tracklisting on Amazon.com is as follows.
1. Pretty Music For Pretty People 2. Make It Witchy 3. Mary Ann Cotton (The Poisoner’S Song) 4. I’Ve Got To Get My Numbers Up 5. Sanitary Times 6. Anthropology Days 7. The Sun Turns Our Patio Into A Lifeless Hell 8. All You Need Is Nothing 9. Hipster Beard