I was wondering if anyone else notices the lyrical similarities between Saving Jane’s “Girl Next Door” and Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me.”
Saving Jane came first:
She is the prom queen I’m in the marching band
She is a cheerleader I’m sitting in the stands
She gets the top bunk I’m sleeping on the floor
She’s Miss America and I’m just the girl next door
Taylor Swift’s new single:
But she wears short skirts, I wear t-shirts
She’s cheer captain and I’m on the bleachers
The entirety of both songs are comparing the singer with what they perceive to be a more popular version of themselves
An excerpt from a letter.
A letter that I wrote to Matt Damon inviting him to the BWSOP two years ago.
“I’m not inviting you to come for our benefit; you wouldn’t be doing us a favor. I’m asking you to come because you’ll have a great time.
The buy-in is $20 plus a two dollar cover charge to help with the cost of the Champion’s Bracelet. We also ask that you bring a bag of chips, or a two liter soda with you.”