You know the Elvis Costello song, Everyday I Write the Book?
I could listen to that song every minute of every day and never get bored.
Even if I can't quite make out his words, there is something about that song that gets under my skin and I think it has everything to do with his…glasses.
You know what I'm a talking about: those big, black clunkers that take over his face with all the subtlety of a jet bomber.
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