I have no idea why I like this, but sometimes you never know. I wish I spoke French.
Let me try and guess why you've got no idea why you like this:
You like the bold, contrasting colors (especially the deep blues and reds) and the hard lines and geometric shapes (polka dotted patterns in the costumes).
But you don't like the choreography (if you could call it that), or the singer's voice (sounds like a man), or the fact that the song is repetitious and it looks like everyone's trying too hard.
And that's why you don't have any idea why you like it.
You would probably have no idea why you'd like this Pablo Picasso:
Am I right?
...in response to this comment by Gina. Hi Giners...
So good to see you..;-) Your right about liking the bold, contrasting colors (especially the deep blues and reds) and the hard lines and geometric shapes (polka dotted patterns in the costumes)...the choreography is funny, and kinda cool. I do like the singers voice, and particularly like the repetitive nature of everything.
I do also like the Picasso.
Well alrighty then
true guys... this is where you have me...
I see an art work and I am bowled over... or not
amasingly fer me its velasquez or van gogh...
But i really do not understand why these guys bring out he tears in me
my daughter (the artist) tries to explain... frankly i am a failure.
same reason why classical music fails analysis where as pop music require it when you have to play it.
Bach baby, Bach.....
Ludwig is a relo of mine apparently, we still have a few of his waist coats and knickers in mums drawers..
19th June 2010 by Friendo
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