Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Curbside Prophet - Jason Mraz
This song is kind of stophic. It tells the story of how some people begin their careers. This person began in NYC. It was the beginning of February in '96 on the corner of a street. Hence the "curbside prophet." He tells how he bet his whole paycheck on something, but it doesn't really matter because when you die, money is absolutely nothing. Then, most of the song doesn't make sence when it comes to the lyrics. There's stuff about a dog, and going over limits, and then the third verse is made up on the spot (it's a live album). What I really love about this song is the beat. It makes you want to get up and dance, or at least sing along.
Posted by Julia MacDonald at 8:23 PM