I could show you incredible things Magic, madness, heaven, sin Saw you there and I thought Oh my God, look at that face You look like my next mistake Love’s a game, wanna play?…So it’s gonna be forever Or it’s gonna go down in flames You can tell me when it’s over If the high was worth the pain…Got a long list of ex-lovers They’ll tell you I’m insane But I’ve got a blank space, baby And I’ll write your name If men or women are okay going into a relationship considering “love’s a game,” why not.I know, I know, I still need to get the cast names in there and all that jazz, so if you have any corrections, feel free to drop me a line.
The main characters back out as Alvin ask them where do they think they are going & then attacks Will (who shouts Dave's line "ALVIN!!!!!!!
’cause I wonder where you are And I wonder what you do Are you somewhere feeling lonely? Tell me how to win your heart For I haven’t got a clue But let me start by saying I love you Now I can excuse the open as gaga fantasy/daydreaming and even overlook its stalker-like creepiness for a second.
) Artistic license aside (because I believe it’s okay for musicians and poets to be more, let’s say, ardent in art than in life), a good way to translate this sentiment for everyday use would be, “Hello! I’d love to get to know you better.” A bit more prosaic, perhaps, but a lot less stalker-y.
But, I think both parties have to feel this way, right?
She’s probably right on the 50/50 “forever” or “in flames” chances that it will or won’t work out. I think this is a great, “Whatever, it’s only dating! People should be a little more carefree before their first dates — or even before asking someone Hello, it’s me I was wondering if after all these years you’d like to meet To go over everything They say that time’s supposed to heal ya But I ain’t done much healing…Hello from the other side I must have called a thousand times To tell you I’m sorry for everything that I’ve done But when I call you never seem to be home[Full disclosure: I love Adele and she can do no wrong in my eyes.] This song, however, I could take issue with: It’s been “years” and she’s called “a thousand times.” Hmm.