I don't think I can describe myself in words. Anyway, I decided to keep the "about me" tab because I thought it would be funny trying to write something about me; it's actually harder than I thought. With that in mind, I decided to quote something I read on a blog about my favorite song of all time: Live Forever. It has a lot to say about me, especially because it's from my third favorite period of time in human history: britpop scene and the 90s (my first favorite is the american 80s and the 50s/60s lol). If you don't know it, you should.
"Live Forever" by Oasis from the album Definitely, Maybe (1994)
It wasn't the first hit of the Britpop era, but this was just the type of world-beating anthem the genre needed to burst onto global shores. "Common People" may be the more quintessentially anglophilic choice for the top spot, but this is the song the real common people fell in and out of love - and in and out of pubs - to. The song is equally adept as a romance, a rousing piss-up sing-song, or just a collectively shouted boot in the arse of the workaday world. We may know we're not actually going to live forever, Oasis couldn't even make it 20 years, but sometimes, if only for 4:38, we can pretend that definitely, maybe, we might."
"Out Of The Blue" is part of "Hey Hey, My My" song, by Neil Young. It was covered by Oasis in the voice of Noel Gallagher, and for me, that's the best version of this song. You can find Hey Hey, My My on Familiar to Millions album/dvd.
Out of the blue is also an expression for something that happened unexpectedly; suddenly and without warning; by surprise.