Well hey there. A week ago I made the huge mistake of listening to Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know,” so obviously now I’m super depressed and/or have lost all faith in humanity. A while ago I wrote a list of goodbye songs that aren’t really saying goodbye, and this one just tops them all.
To deal with my all of my complicated feelings regarding this song, I made a bunch of advice animals and took some liberty with Gotye’s lyrics.
Alternate Endings to The Chorus for Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know.”
Now you’re just somebody’s lawn I used to mow.
Now you’re just some money that I used to owe.
Now you’re just a neon sign that used to glow.
Now you’re just the pottery I used to throw.
Now you’re just the sculpture that I used to sew.
Now you’re just the cleavage that I used to show.
Now you’re just the bubbles that I used to blow.
Now you’re just the season when it used to snow. (MN WINTER 2012!)
Now you’re just the sea monkeys I used to grow.
Now you’re just the college where I used to go. Seeyuh, Carleton.