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    Sean Daily is an English major from New Jersey now living in Las Vegas, the Other City of Lights. "I consider 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' to be comfort reading, I like the al pastor tacos at Tacos Mexico and I count among my literary influences the Chainsaw from 'Doom'. 'RRRRRR! You don't like that, do you, Mr. Undead Marine! RRRRRR!'"

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Posted by shanoah on June 23, 2008

No problem, Sean. I just didn’t really like the volume of posts going dead, so I thought I’d fill in what I could.

And I unexpectedly had some free time Saturday, which helped. Though I’ll admit I’d kind of wished you were there to bounce some of those posts back and forth, because I was rather happy with a few of my recent posts…

Anyways, thought I’d post a few song by a group called Bread today, a group who has a few songs that are almost immediately recognisable, but you don’t recall who sung them:

If – Bread

This is a terribly pretty song that you know you’ve heard on the radio sometime. But then, I’ve always liked songs that are very heartfelt and emotional.

Diary – Bread

Again, you’ve probably heard it on the radio. I remember it for the beauty of the tune, and the total devastating blow at the end.

Of course, the singer probably shouldn’t be reading her diary anyways[1]…

Baby I’m A Want You – Bread

All right; while you’ve probably heard this, I’ll admit it’s not as immediate, and emotionally impacting as the other two songs. It’s still a nice song. And I didn’t really feel like limiting my post to two songs today…

[1] And whoever did the subtitles shouldn’t spell “surprise” like that…

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