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Or Tiffany for that matter… Obviously, i could just google it, but i just thought that would make a neat title for a blog entry..
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Around this same time (when i was 9 or viagra for sale in uk 0) i had a short blond haircut similar to Debbie Gibsons, so, obviously, according to my friends, i looked like Debbie Gibson.. She wasnRviagra for sale in uk 7;t as bad as Tiffany (who had long wavy red hair, so nobody compared me to her) and also around this time i “fell in love̶viagra for sale in uk ; for the first time. He was a kid in my science class, and i thought he was unbearably cute..
I even wrote a song, influenced by the heartache caused when this boy started showing my best friend more interest than me. He sat next to me usuallly, but then one day i came to class and saw heRviagra for sale in uk 7;d been moved and was seated next to her. I looked over to see them talking and laughing. Oh, the anguish. The lyrics to this song (which had this really sickening melody that i played with one finger on my synthesizer/keyboard thing i got for christmas the year before) are still stuck in my head… which is funny.. cause this was like.. 20 years ago.. started something like this:
“Ever since i met you it was happiness, all the time, no worries, no exhasperations at all….
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7;s sortof cute i guess..
I suppose Debbie Gibson and Tiffany were the Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera of the late eighties.. only there was no sex whatsover in their music, and it was all really . Which actually is a pretty good description of the eighties, in retrospect. Innocent and corny. (by that iRviagra for sale in uk 7;m excluding politics, which are never innocent, no matter how silly the music and fashion world is at the time)
still canRviagra for sale in uk 7;t remember what that other tiffany song was called.. youtube to the rescue.. (imagine youRviagra for sale in uk 7;re waiting 3 minutes or so while i go find it)
Ah. Here it is. Enjoy.