Friday, November 12, 2010

Raise Your Glass

I have this (probably not so unusual) weird habit of using songs to scratch at my scars. (Three hours a day on trains give me some quality digging time.)

So, it's pretty unusual for me to come across an honestly feel-good song. But one I have found! I smile every time I watch Pink's new video.

Not only is it catchy, but I have a feeling that if you've been drawn here to this blog for a long time, then you also know what Pink means by being "wrong in all the right ways." In a way, I've intended this place to be a safe harbor for people who feel a step or two off to the side of the normal flow.

You know, interesting people.

Intense people. ;)

So to the readers of The Clarity of Night, present and past alike, cheers!

I raise my glass to you.


Seré Prince Halverson said...

Oh, that was fun. Made me smile, too. And thanks for the safe harbor. :)

strugglingwriter said...

Back 'atcha Jason.

That Pink song is my type of song. Hadn't heard it before.

Aine said...


I remember the first time I heard this song-- she hooked me with the line "too school for cool"...

Mona said...



Chris Eldin said...

Ditto Mona

Karen said...

Old as I am, I love Pink!

February Grace said...


the walking man said...

If I ever hit the mainstream please come get me but do it in a way you don't get stuck there too.

Anonymous said...

Sere, I'm glad you landed here. :) I definitely feel like you're part of the less populated world. Not far from the one I reflect here.

StrugglingWriter, you've been a friend for a long time. I'd raise that glass with you anytime.

Aine, don't you love that portion of the video?! Pink does such a great job. That's one of my favorite parts.

Mona, I'm with you. :)

Chris, is it time for another? No empty glasses. ;) Just sit tight, I'll get it for you.

Karen, of course! You have a timeless youth. It shines from you.

Bru, love that! Makes me yearn for an Irish Pub.

Walking Man, we don't leave anyone behind, my friend. We'll bring you home.

SzélsőFa said...

i don't particularly like this song, but i think it was just some of the images shown that made me go ewww...
and if i get your meaning right, i agree with you totally.
this to all the visitors, readers and writers of TCoN :)

K.Lawson Gilbert said...

Oh, I really love that song!

Jason, you have always made me feel right at home here - and safe to write, express, or free to be whatever insane person I happen to be at the time. Iechyd da! (To your good health)

JR's Thumbprints said...

I've been "wrong in all the right ways" since the day I walked into a prison. On Friday I'll be doing a reading at an art gallery with of all people: The Walking Man. Hopefully I won't offend too many people.

Anonymous said...

Szelsofa, I'm not 100% sure, but I think Pink is into animal rights. Some of those images are role-reversals, which when viewed that way, are true. I, myself, worry more about people than animals, but I see her point.

Kaye, that's a wonderful thing to hear. :) You've been a treasured member of the night community.

JR, that's so cool! I hope you two and all of other the participants have a blast! Maybe you guys can knock back a beer for me (while you revel in your wrongness).

Catherine Vibert said...

Yup, that's me...What a fun video!