This week, we’re going back to a few memorable soundtrack hits from the 90’s! So, grab your ticket stubs and follow me…
An American Werewolf in Paris
“You gave me this.
Made me give.
Your silver grin, still sticking it in.
You have, sew machine.
The longest kiss,
Peeling furniture days
Drift madly to you
Pollute my heart drain
You have, broken in me
Mouth by: Bush
“I’m paranoid, I’m paranoid
Everybody’s coming to get me
Just say you never met me
I running underground with the moles
Hear the voices in my head
I swear to god it sounds like their snoring
But if you’re bored, then you’re boring
The irony and the agony, they’re killing me…”
Flagpole Sitta by: Harvey Danger
And Screen 3:
“I am the son, and the heir
Of a shyness that is criminally vulgar
I’m the son and heir
Of nothing in particular
You shut your mouth
How can you say, I go about things the wrong way?
I am human and I need to be loved
Just like everybody else does…”
How Soon is Now by: Love Spit Love
Sorry guys, sometimes girls just do it better.