Sunday, February 14, 2010

2/14/10 - Lemon Demon

Happy Valentine's Day. Well, I've actually never been a big fan of Valentine's Day one way or another. Sure, my wife and I started going out 3 days before Valentine's Day on the way to the wedding of her brother on Valentine's Day. I have participated in all the hoopla that surrounds Valentine's Day and will probably take my wife out after church tonight so we can spend some time together, but that's more about being together than about Valentine's Day. I do miss the box full of tiny G.I. Joe and Strawberry Shortcake Valentine cards though where Cobra Commander tells you that it's better to be someone's Valentine than it is to have your plane blown to pieces and have to parachute out every single time.

Into this madness comes Lemon Demon. Most people who have every heard about Lemon Demon know him for one thing: "The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny." I do love the song but, believe it or not, he does have other songs. This is one of them. It is called, "Being Alone On Valentine's Day". It's a fun song about someone who doesn't care about Valentine's Day who tries out being blue for it just to see what it feels like. Enjoy.

Lemon Demon: "Being Alone on Valentine's Day"



Lyrics
Being alone on Valentines day doesnt bother me.
Normally, I dont exude lugubriosity,
But this year I am curious,
What its like to feel blue.
Though it may be spurious,
Ive got nothing else to do. And Im gonna shed tear after tear. Not that Im a lonely guy, But Valentines comes but once a year, I might as well give it a try.

So Ill partake in all the weeping whims that I can find,
Maybe watch Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Or dress all grim and gruesome
And drive until Im ill.
Watch the happy twosomes,
Whom, if I were truly lonely, I would probably want to kill. And Im gonna shed tear after tear. Not that Im a lonely guy, But Valentines comes but once a year, I might as well give it a try.

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