Thursday, February 01, 2007

IPod Be With Me, IPod Within Me, IPod Behind Me

Axegrinder, in obvious new ownership glee, has written a parody ditty to the Almighty IPod based on St. Patrick's Breastplate prayer.

Against all foolish conversation,
Against all inanity,
Against all idiot machinations,
Please protect my sanity.
Against morons in coffee houses,
The nagging wife, the gadabout,
Who're never quiet as the mouses,
Please, iPod, please, drown them out.

Music be with me, Music within me,
Music behind me, Music before me,
Music beside me, Music to win me,
Music to comfort and restore me.
Music beneath me, Music above me,
Music from albums, Music from podcasts,
Music in ears of all that love me,
Music as long as the battery lasts.

You can see the whole piece here. Enjoy the music, Jason.

p.s. This does remind me of one of the more amusing visual outtakes on the IPod phenomenon... here.


1 comment:

John said...

I find the iPod impulse strange. Music 24/7 is really just noise. Who wants to live with sounds constantly hitting one's eardrums?

Or maybe I should just get an iPod and put Depeche Mode's "Enjoy the Silence" on a continuous loop.