As John Cena would put it... you can't see me!
by 98 Degrees
You can hardly wait to tell all your friends
How his kisses taste sweet like wine
And how he always makes your heart skip a beat
Everytime he walks by
And if your feelin down
He'll pick you up
He'll hold you close when your makin' love
He's everything you've been dreamin' of
I wish you'd look at me that way
Your beautiful eyes lookin' deep into mine
Tellin' me more
Than any words could say
But you don't even know I'm alive
Baby to you all I am
Is the invisible man
You don't see me baby
You probly spend hours on the phone
Talkin bout nothin' at all
It doesn't matter what the conversation
Just as long as he calls
Lost in a love so real
And so sincere
And you'll wipe away
Each others tears
Your face lights up whenever he appears
I see you all the time baby
Huh, the way you look at him
I wish it was me sweetheart
Boy I wish it was me
But I guess it never will be
(Chorus x 2)
Oh oh oh
The invisible man
You don't see me girl
But I love you
Yes I love you
The invisible man
Oh oh oh
The invisible man
Baby, baby, baby
.:A Musical Journey:.
Yesterday was a Waveback Wednesday, which I said on the air was my "favorite day of the week, just like Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday." In any case, as it was Waveback, I managed to play a lot of great songs that, as I would put it, are classified as "ngalngal" songs... heh. I needed the catharsis.
The killer opening sequence (That was unintentionally apt...): "Fallin'" by Robert Klein; "How Do You Heal A Broken Heart" by Chris Walker; and "I'll Be Over You" by Toto. There's a story to be told somewhere in that song.
In any case, I was chatting with Sacha throughout my boardwork, and it was interesting how when the topic shifted to music, our conversation made a turn for the better. I think she really liked a good deal of the songs I was playing, and there were some songs that I felt that really just hit the mark for the most part regarding the both of us. For instance, I used to think that "The Waiting Game" was a song that really captured her quite a deal. I think I'm right on that point until recently...
Other songs I played: "Loving You" by Ric Segreto; "Stay" by Lisa Loeb; "Someone To Watch Over Me" by Sting; "Goodnight Girl" by Wet Wet Wet; "Sukiyaki" by 4PM; "Lately" by Stevie Wonder; "Unbreak My Heart" by Toni Braxton.
I live for Waveback Wednesdays. I'm glad I had a good friend to share that day with. I'd daresay I shared it with my best friend yesterday. =)
.:Back In Touch:.
I was at Glorietta yesterday, playtesting my Doomsday deck and seeing how well it can actually work. I managed to go off a couple of times against a Landstill deck with both Annul and Stifle in the maindeck. That's all good. I had more interesting wins against other decks I went up against all the same, particularly that Hatred deck. The guys I were playing against were very nice to help me out in playtesting the deck and seeing what I could improve about it.
Afterwards, my cousin, Amanda, dropped by Neutral Grounds and I went with her and my aunt to just have dinner at their house while we were catching up on stories about one another. She got me to thinking about investing in Accenture stocks instead of Xango, but we'll see about that option, all the same. In any case, I certainly had a lot of fun. And they introduced me to the wonders of the West Wing television series. I really, really love the program. Too bad I never have the time to watch it. They have the complete DVDs for the series thus far, though.
It was really nice getting in touch with them after all this time. I really missed spending time with relatives I get along very splendidly with...
.:Boarding Alone Again:.
Looks like George isn't here today, so I guess that means I would have to be doing the 9-12 show today all by my lonesome. Nonetheless, it's all good. I really am enjoying myself right now, and I found a new song that I should've really enjoyed, to begin with: "Without You". It's not a really new song as anyone knows, but I love it. And for some strange reason, "Invisible Man" by 98 Degrees is still in our recurring playlist, so I played it today.
I think I'm really getting into my groove when I'm boarding alone. I think that lots of people tend to like the sequence of songs I play... oh, well. It's all good.