I endeavor to write flash fiction on a regular basis to help get the creative juices flowing, and I invite you, dear readers, to join me.
“I don’t need you,” she says. The evening is chilly and busy taxis keep rolling by. I gaze at Julie and the dirty river flowing. Every Friday, she flies to Waterloo, and I don’t want to stay at home, so here I am. “I don’t need to wander,” I counter.
My entry into The Book Blogger's "Flash Fiction Foray" challenge, only uses words from the lyrics to the Proclaimers' "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)." It's legend—wait for it—dary. Legendary! Muahahaha!
Many songs have similarities. However, some songs are . . . how do I put this . . . blatant and unapologetic copies of others songs. Here are some songs that, in my opinion (and, in some cases, the opinion of the courts) are ripped from other songs.
Rihanna, bring your milkshake to the yard. We've got some jive talkin' to do with Lamb Chop and Garth Brooks as we explore some of the most irritating songs known to man.
Imagine my excitement when I heard that one of my favorite alternative rock bands, Ingram Hill, was coming out with a new album. Imagine my skepticism when I saw that the album was classified as “country”—the last stop before possible musical oblivion for many pop and rock artists.