Monday, March 24, 2008

KARAOKE

Before Friday, March 21st, karaoke had never seen the likes of the nerd. A veritable virgin of the live singing circuit, she giggled through her opening song--Bonnie Tyler's '80s hit, "Total Eclipse of the Heart"--as well as most of the subsequent songs, which included "Leaving on a Jet Plane," "Zombie," and "You Oughta Know." Shockingly, our oftentimes puritanical nerd finally broke out of her shell with a loosely choreographed performance of--blush--one Ginuine's scandalous song, "Pony." Our nerd called her performances that followed--including Coldplay's "Yellow," Ace of Base's "Sign," and an especially stirring rendition of "Stay" by an equally bespectacled Lisa Loeb--pieces of cake. The formerly reluctant songstress had to be dragged out of the room that party had rented, the microphone pried from her hands.

She thinks she will karaoke often and eagerly now and wants to thank her friends for the belated good time.

3 comments:

Sasha said...

oh what I wouldn't have done to be there with you. I'm sure MP is more crazy about you than the minute before you started singing.

DUDE.

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I'll email you tomorrow and continue our exchange.

Yes folks...that's what Sabila and I do at work....email each other ALL DAY.

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Aunty Helpful Dictator said...

Total Eclipse of the Heart is a classic Karaoke song... maybe the best one ever... possibly the only other contender for the top stop is that song that goes:

I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I should have known better

Anonymous said...

I once belted out Madonna's 'Crazy for you' at the top of my lungs in the student union of my college in an attempt to 'break out of my shell'. Yeah, haven't lived down that one yet.