I was doing a little housework here on the site before midnight tonight (it is considerably after midnight right now and here I still am, which is why, well....InsomniMom) and I stumbled across the fact that this blog had something like one hundred twenty hits between ten o'clock and midnight, which is a personal best by about one hundred eighteen, give or take a few.
It was quite exciting, thinking that THAT MANY PEOPLE had been lurking around to read about how I made a girl in my Shakespeare class cry -- and you wonder why I can't sleep? Now you know. I stay up late plotting deeds that will make fifteen year olds burst into tears, and I think my heart may have broken a little bit -- or perhaps view my YouTube offering of Karen Carpenter singing "Close to You," but no. It was all due to the lyrics from a Peter Gabriel song I had copied onto the blog in a post titled "Beautiful Song" from January 2008.
Apparently, this song was featured on what may have been the season finale of Scrubs, which is a show I don't watch because medical shows always make me very nervous about disease. For all the people who have come here looking, here's a YouTube video featuring the lyrics, vocals and music. Yes, I most certainly did get all teared up when I listened to it again. It is, as I said before, a beautiful song.
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