I mentioned in an email to BB that I was going to finally watch Juno. He attached an mp3 of one of the songs, Anyone Else but You by the Moldy Peaches. If you've seen the movie, this is the song that Juno and the boy that knocked her up sing together at the end.
I would have never sent this song to anyone that I used to date, or might ever date in the future. Or anybody who might be confused about whether we should be dating or not. It contains lyrics like "the pebbles forgive me, the trees forgive me, why can't you forgive me? I don't see what anyone can see in anyone else but you..." and "You are always trying to keep it real, I'm in love with how you feel...."
I don't for one minute think that he meant anything by this (or did he?!?), but it just illustrates the difference between girls and boys. Or at least between me and most men. I think about these things - I would have never, ever, ever sent him a song that had any kind of love, regret, forgiveness theme, even if it was a really cool song. I've actually had a couple I was going to zip his way, then stopped because of the love/regret/sadness theme. Nope! Don't want him to read anything into it. Not that a boy would stop and think about that for even a second.
I think too damn much. Its just a cute little song.