Quarantine Songs

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Hah, I was thinking the same thing. You just beat me to it. Such a good song.

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(Not meaning to get too off topic but) I was surprised to not find much of In My Room on YouTube…maybe I didn’t search very skillfully…

Relating it to what Mindy said, some of the lyrics do fit well:

…I lock out all my worries and my fears
In my room, in my room

I’m alone
But I won’t be afraid
In my room, in my room

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If you think about what Brian Wilson was probably alluding to given how his dad was an abusive drunk, it takes a pretty dark turn as well.

(And he was just 20 when he wrote and composed it. Friggin’ amazing.)

(ETA Brian has never been a “clever” lyricist - he writes what he feels, and there’s typically little deeper meaning. Based on these lyrics it’s hard not to see them as a not-so-thinly veiled commentary on his abusive childhood. Most of the heavily intellectual and cerebral stuff he did in the late 60s-early 70s was Van Dyke Parks’ pen.)

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boosh-cars|nullxnull

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Original quarantine music:

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My quarantine plan is interplanetary emigration. I think Venus might be far enough from The Trump White House to stay healthy. Mars might work too, if someone unplugs Elon’s hibernation pod shortly after launch.

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Or…

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This might work, if the tide’s right:

Heaven help you if you’re an

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:notes: “Under the boardwalk, down by the sea
On a blanket with my bubble, and our PPE.” :notes:

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Here’s a few for those who watched restrictions being lifted, only to see new lockdowns put in place:

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