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Date: Wed, 22 Mar 1995 09:04:16 -0500
From: Chris Camfield <ccamfiel[at]-remove-undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca>
Subject: Hungarian Love Song
I was listening to Distressed Gentlefolk last night, and a friend of mine
posed a question I couldn't answer. I've always listened to the song
as a sort of love/funny song, rather than a very sexual one. Opinions?
I'd have to say my favourite songs on the album are Falling in Love, Nothing
Special, and Angels, and I often just program my CD for that. The New World
and Who Loves You Now usually have me itching to press the fast forward
Christopher Camfield | "Nothing beside remains. Round the decay
ccamfield[at]-remove-uwaterloo.ca | Of that colossal Wreck, boundless and bare
1996 BMath Joint CS/C&O | The lone and level sands stretch far away."
[1998 BA Classical Studies] | (Shelley, "Ozymandias")