#showertune: ‘need you tonight’ by INXS

if you haven’t come via the WordPress homepage, which i’m guessing the vast majority of you won’t have, then you might not be aware of the following, which is a selection of the titles of recent posts currently available across the whole wordpress.com community:

“The Van Gogh I Didn’t Know” (presumably by someone who knew a van Gogh, but just not the van Gogh. or maybe vice-versa?)

“Colours of Corsica” (i’m guessing…blue? white? red? it’s so tantalising…)

“Movies You’ve Probably Never Heard of #11” (let’s see: Ties I’ve Known and Lost, He Said Mind The Gap, Puddles II, The Maiming of Baron von Dark and Grease)

my point in drawing your attention to these other posts is to say that i for one am grateful that you’re reading this one and not them (although i imagine many who started out reading this are by now actually reading them, just, somewhat ironically, not those of you who are reading this. and this.)

For those of you who have made to here without leaving (or those who just scrolled straight to the bottom without reading), here’s a reward in the form of a #showertune in the specific form of Need You Tonight by INXS

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    • Kirkycheep
    • July 23rd, 2010

    maybe it was the van gogh that could see invisible monsters in Dr Who? I think you are just the person to do a witty review of the best/worst facebook status’. I would like to suggest the following that appeared in my news stream:
    “Bored of waiting for the results, really need to know – do I or do I not have the clap!”

    • I’m afraid we don’t watch Dr Who round these parts.

      BTW, I don’t know if you saw, but it turned out that I did not have the clap. So, hurray for me. And also you.

    • Kirkycheep
    • July 23rd, 2010

    relief doesnt cover it! You could’ve found a kinder way to break the news though.

    • No Relief doesn’t cover it, it just lessens the burn slightly. Anyway, you don’t need it, ‘cos I’m clean as a whistle baby.

      I guess the Kinder way of breaking it would have been to fashion an explanatory toy, break it into 2 or 3 re-connectable pieces and put those pieces in a plastic egg for you. Sorry, but I’ve run in misunderstandings that way before.

  1. I LOVE this song. And Michael. Thank you for putting it back in my head.

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