Friday, March 10, 2006

iPod iChing - Life on Enceladus

It is friday!. Even Sean is playing, so we do the trendy, slightly lazy thing and ask the obvious question:
Oh, mighty iPod - is there life on Enceladus?

Whoosh goes the randomizer... Whoosh.

#11 is Four Studies - Stravinsky; #12 is Fuglinn í Fjörunni - Þuríður Pálsdóttir

Hm. tricky. Covering is promising. The Crossing is a children's song about when Mummy gets fed up and walks out on her family because no one is helping. Don't know what to make of the Crown in this context.
The Root and The Past are right on target though. The Future is just a littany of life!
The Questioner is "the rescue of baby bear" from Hakkebakke Forest. Good stuff again.
The Inside again I don't see the connection, but The Outcome is looking good here.
Maybe I shouldn't have been so skeptical yesterday. Go Enceladus...

As always, the Key as explained by Sean

The Thin Ice: Pink Floyd

Momma loves her baby,
And daddy loves you, too.
And the sea may look warm to ya, babe,
And the sky may look blue.

Oooooo babe.
Oooooooo baby blue.
Oooooo ooohh babe.

If you should go skating,
On the thin ice of modern life,
Dragging behind you the silent reproach,
Of a million tear-stained eyes,
Don’t be surprised when a crack in the ice,
Appears under your feet.
You slip out of your depth and out of your mind,
With your fear flowing out from behind,
You as you claw the ice.


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