Title meme thing.

The problem with this meme is that certain choices of band force certain tones of answer. And as there's not much to be done about it, you might as well play along.

Describe yourself using one band and song titles from that band

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Choose a band/artist and answer only in song TITLES by that band:Swans
Are you male or female:Clay man
Describe yourself:Weakling
How do some people feel about you:Nobody
How do you feel about yourself:Coward
Describe your ex girlfriend/boyfriend:You see through me
Describe your current girlfriend/boyfriend:Universal emptiness
Describe where you want to be:The other side of the world
Describe what you want to be:Turn to stone
Describe how you live:Was he ever alive?
Describe how you love:Failure
Share a few words of wisdomYou know nothing

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In other news, The Ballad of John Moore and Betty Coltrane is fantastic. If you like the Bad Seeds at all, you should know this one. It was apparently on the B-side of Where The Wild Roses Grow, so I guess some of you'll have copies already. I think the best description I can give is that it's like Stagger Lee, only funnier. A bit like the Curse of Millhaven in that respect, maybe.

Apparently we actually are going to get monstrous winds tonight, and this time the news media actually mean it. Or maybe it's next time that they'll mean it. Who can tell?
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The problem with this meme is that certain choices of band force certain tones of answer.

I have just proved you wrong! :p

I must listen to the Ballad of JM and BC again, I haven't done for ages. That's one of the few Cave singles (as opposed to albums) that I own.
I have just proved you wrong!

Doesn't count. You only managed it by not using any of their good titles.
I mean, I did consider I Remember Who You Are for that one, and even Lavender Girl - nothing inaplicable about either title - but when it came down to it there was a moral imperative. Why use Swans titles and not use the most distinctly Swansish ones?

Having said which, I didn't dare use Raping A Slave for anything, for which I suppose the world can be thankful.