The Best Song in the World

Everything in its Right Place–Radiohead
December 14, 2008, 9:44 am
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This song is a drug. It can easily substitute a tranquilizer or possibly meth, without the tweaking; however, a sense of unwavering power over a bright and sparkly universe and addiction are common side effects. The notes of this song are specially created to match up with the dopamine receptors in your brain and feed them with tiny pellets, much like jujubees of joy. Please see the diagram below.
As the notes land on your receptors, you instantly feel a sense of peace and well-being, as if, yes, you do belong here. You will be picked first for kickball, your poetry will make sense to the entire audience, and someone will remember your full name after meeting you once. In fact, it could be said that everything is in its right place. Crazy!! But, it is, after all the best song in the world.

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