If you haven’t heard, Planet X is headed for the Earth and will zip by close enough on the 23rd to start a chain reaction of cataclysmic events and .. .well, ‘behold a pale horse’ will be the watchword of the day.
We have a ton of appointments and hearings next week and while it would nice to hunker down and start binge watching shows we’ve missed, we’re going to gut it out and go on as usual. We are, however, going to be working in the office to our brand new ‘SONGS of THE APOCALYPSE‘ playlist.
We thought we’d share if you’d like to follow along at home.
This is the Day, (The The): because, of course, it will be “… the day your life will surely change.” Mad World, Gary Jules(remake of a Tears for Fears song), “No tomorrow, no tomorrow . . . The dreams in which I’m dying are the best I’ve ever had.”
Crazy, Seal – a survival tip – “But we’re never gonna survive unless we get a little crazy, No we’re never gonna survive unless We are a little Crazy crazy crazy.” Moby for a description of events as they occur Extreme Ways along with the incomparable Tom Waits – “Well the moon is broken And the sky is cracked”(Come On Up to the House).
Billy Joel has Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway, (hmmm, is it a little weird that the other title to the song is Miami 2017?). Johnny Cash knows that “The hairs on your arm will stand up At the terror in each sip and in each sup” (The Man Comes Around)