I remember analyzing the lyrics of this song in 6th grade English, where we had the coolest teacher ever. I wish I could remember his name, but (sorry, bad pun) it was a long, long time ago. I remember that he had long, fuzzy hair in a ponytail, wore a long black wool coat in the winter, rode a bicycle to work every day, and thought that the best way to teach poetry to adolescents was by using the lyrics of their beloved music. He was right, too!
On the knitting front – currently working on Emerald Isle Cardigan (Ravelry link) for myself, and some of My Grandmother’s Slippers (another Ravelry link) for holiday gifts. Have Hey Teach back on time out, because it’s been a bad, bad project. (hehehe!) And one of these days I need to get some time to block Tuscany and photograph the finished product. I think it will be gorgeous once it is blocked. 🙂 Also have a second (plain stockinette) sock in Panda Cotton (Ravelry link) on the needles, and really ought to finish that up and start the 2nd Yarn-over-Cable sock in Panda Soy (you guessed it, yes, yet another Ravelry link!) made, as well. I am really loving my hand-knit socks this fall, even if they aren’t woolly warm ones. ^_^