Songs about online dating
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Ultimately, I'd like to be known for serving the most delicious peanut butter and jelly sandwiches on this side of the Mississippi... On my days off, you'll either find me playing hockey or belting out show-tunes with my 6-month-old nephew Jason.
"Online" is a moderate up-tempo song whose lyrics satirize the online world, specifically My Space.
I work the night shift, which sometimes gets a bad rap, but it also comes with many lifestyle perks. I've set foot on 5 continents and have a thirst for exploring more. ) On our first date, I'll fly you to Paris on my private jet, where we'll watch Celine Dion perform live in concert.
Imagine the luxury of going grocery shopping at 10 AM on a Wednesday morning: fully stocked shelves, no lines... :) I am very close to my family and I make sure to spend at least one day a week doing something fun with my siblings. Ok, maybe not, but I'm sure he'd love the flavor of my home-made gnocci. I hope to one day go vacationing on Mars as I've heard the mountains are glorious. Full of random (and oftentimes useless) information. After the show, I'll whisk you away to a private beach resort in St.
I would love to travel through South America sometime, especially Argentina. I love animals and hope to meet someone who shares this passion. she knows what she wants out of life and has her finances in check.
She enjoys the outdoors, tries to eats healthy and likes to take a midnight stroll from time-to-time.
"Online" is a song co-written and performed by American country music artist Brad Paisley.
It was released in July 2007 as the second single from the album 5th Gear.In one part of the video, the geek's parents get into an argument over the father creating a My Space online profile for himself. Also, Paisley's previous number 1 hit, "Ticks" is heard playing at a party in the first few seconds of the "Online" video.The mother intends to, in turn, create one for herself, after becoming infatuated with Paisley after seeing him performing the song. The song's video became the first ever country music video to reach Number One on the i Tunes video sales charts.Patrick Warburton has a cameo as a car dealer, Shane West has a cameo as a photographer, and Maureen Mc Cormick is featured as the geek's next door neighbor. The father then acts hurt, a tongue-in-cheek reference to William Shatner's own long-mocked music career.The marching band from Brentwood High School in Brentwood, Tennessee (who also perform at the end of the album version) makes an appearance at the end, and country music artists Taylor Swift and Kellie Pickler appear as Paisley's backup dancers. Later on, during the final scene of the music video, the mother tells Paisley "marching band music makes me...hot", to which Paisley stares at the camera in horror.Coyne added, "[W]hat Brad is doing here isn’t comedy.