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song of the day, bitter style

This one is dedicated to two people: the friend who thinks that women are generally evil, and the friend who thinks that women were put here by God as a practical joke. Download - Ataris, Last Song I Will Ever Write About a Girl Lyrics - for that "women are evil" sing-a-long - below. I reserve the right to not comment on the whole issue for now except to say that bitter comes in all flavors.
Broken heart again today The flowers that I gave to you have withered all away Just when I opened up my heart The one you used to love came and ripped it right apart Why do I never seem to learn That love is wrong and girls are fucking evil I guess I'll never figure out What womankind is all about I heard your voice again today I'm scarred by all the lies that were once promises you'd made I lie in bed awake at night And wonder what went wrong or even more just what went right Why do I never seem to learn That love is wrong and girls are fucking evil I guess I'll never figure out What womankind is all about

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Wow. Now THAT'S bitter.

Not that I don't agree with every damn word of it, it might has well been written specifically for me in my current situation.

Women are impossible, inscrutable, often irrational.
But the world would be a horrific, hopelessly bleak place without them...

Earth abides and love falls fruitless to the ground. The sky black with clouds of heavy cloth. Autumn has brought the seeds of despair to ripen under the snow. Ageless animals graze the last blades as a crow circles a small corpse. Hills soon under the weight now glow like birthday candles as the sun in its wrath throws fire between cloud and horizon. The blanket there holds two, bundled. She tells him half-truths, he nods, he knows. He makes promises he knows he will never have to keep. The death of summer is the end of hope for this pointless infatuation, sown with sarcasm.

On the other hand... "Hey Kid" has to be one of my all time favorite "pick up my mood" songs.

whenever I'm down that song will bring a smile to my face. the ataris are flippin sweet.