I Bet They Love It
What Do You Think
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if he was my son (nice thought) I would be very happy, he clearly has an understanding of music and psychedelia, what more could a mother ask for?
I Think Simon Iz Teh Best!!11oneone
He is from the future and his folks aren’t born yet.
“Remember where you came from, where you’re going, and why you created the mess you got yourself into in the first place.”
When our Simon ran away at the age of nine, we thought we would never see him again. But we’re so proud of him! Our boy is all grown up now. If you see our Simon, tell him his parents love him very much and we miss him, too.
I would have to guess that they’re either very proud that he’s made such an impact on the world of music (even if it’s only a small one if you compare it to all of music)...
Or they just don’t understand the music very well.
Can’t really think of any other situation that could be plausible.
Or they could be old hippies who encouraged Si’s exploration of the mind and they sit down every morning on the back porch and smoke a bowl, sit back and revile in their sons genius.
Like most parents they probably hate his music, tell him all the time to get a proper job and stop bringing all those weird people home.
Let them eat static!
ozdave - 20 May 2009 04:17 PMLike most parents they probably hate his music, tell him all the time to get a proper job and stop bringing all those weird people home.
Most likely. =D
“...we each must become like fishermen and go out on to the dark ocean of mind and let your nets down into that sea…
- T. McKenna
Well, considering they helped him buy his first console and multitrack, and encouraged him with his first studio gig, I would say they are proud.
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