Monday, March 9, 2009

isn't everybody just like me?: part II

This is something that I haven't been able to admit to myself since this event transpired.

When I was a child, I used to think that everybody had "a song", and it was universally known that this one song would always represent this one person. There was no reasoning behind why each song was chosen, often I would sit in the car and listen to the oldies station, thinking to myself, "oh yes, this melody is playing for my next door neighbor"..."oh, and this one is for her cat."

One day, I went to a family friend's house where my brother and I were served candy and chips. I was nibbling quietly away at the treats, when my mother's friend put the radio on. Could it be? It was "KILLING ME SOFTLY" playing on the radio! My eyes darted to look at my my mother's friend nonchalantly sipping her tea. What a moment! This was the first time ever that THE person and THE matching song ever crossed paths in front of me! I couldn't contain it, ofcourse I had to point it out to everybody! "It's the Angela Wong Song!!!!"

1 comment:

stuff99 said...

I want a stuff99 song.