I always log out of Tumblr without realizing it, and then the next time that I try to post something, I have to re-login. And I just go aldfja;lsdkfjas;lkdfjasl;dkfjasdf waaaaah what a pain, although it’s really not.
Well duh, it was amazing and every other synonym for that word, DUH DUH DUH.
But he played a lot of songs I didn’t expect him to, liiiiiiiiiiike… Two of Us, I’m Looking Through You, Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da (PLAYED FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER IN AMERICA LAST NIGHT WHEN I WAS THERE!!!) and probably other stuff I can’t remember, along with the usual set list he does.
I was just so extremely happy the entire night, and it was literally the most fun I’ve had in my entire life. I really thought that when I missed him in New York over the summer, I blew all of my chances of ever getting to see him, so I just felt so lucky the entire night.
“Everybody who does this show sort of feels connected in a way, and I guess maybe that is it? The fact that it is love. It’s connected, and it’s about connecting to everyone around you, and being one unit and all things are one. I believe it. And even when things in your life break apart, or something happens to you that you feel you’re a shard splintering off in some way, in your job, or your life, or whatever, I don’t know… now I can’t run from the truth that we kind of are attached, and that means … I think I just sound high now (laughs).”—Gavin Creel talking about HAIR. (via walking-in-space) (via daisies-and-vervain) (via fuckyeahhairtribe)
It was about the Cold War, so basically it was talking about the USSR the whole time. So right in the middle of it, I slapped a big picture of the Beatles and make a speech bubble with WE’RE BAAAAACK IN THE USSRRRRRRRRRR on it.
And then there’s another part where Bono is using a machine gun to blow up an American spy plane but that’s another story ok.