As people of Tumblr, it’s our duty to play-up how “forever alone” we are. We’re narcisstic attention-seekers, fishing for some kind of validation.
I couldn’t give you a number, but I’ll say that sometimes I feel really lonely (especially when I’m forced to sit through conversations of people talking about their relationships). But I’m not always lonely.
To be honest, I actually really enjoy my own company.
The Edge of Glory and Midnight City are songs that make me want to dance & cry at the same time. Their similarities? They both have amazing sax solos, both from albums that’ve been criticised for being overblown and cheesy and could both be on the soundtrack/closing credits of an awesomely corny 80’s movie…
“Moments like these raise the question of who, exactly, Madonna is trying to reach these days. I can’t see an album of club music with Ke$ha-lite/’80s-Madonna-redux lyrics and songs with titles like “Gang Bang” testing particularly well among her peers. At the same time, do 18-year-old kids want to swap sweat on the dance floor to songs about divorce settlements?”—Judy Berman, Flavorwire.com