Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know

[Gotye:]
Now and then I think of when we were together
Like when you said you felt so happy you could die
Told myself that you were right for me
But felt so lonely in your company
But that was love and it’s an ache I still remember

You can get addicted to a certain kind of sadness
Like resignation to the end, always the end
So when we found that we could not make sense
Well you said that we would still be friends
But I’ll admit that I was glad that it was over

But you didn’t have to cut me off
Make out like it never happened and that we were nothing
And I don’t even need your love
But you treat me like a stranger and that feels so rough
No you didn’t have to stoop so low
Have your friends collect your records and then change your number
I guess that I don’t need that though
Now you’re just somebody that I used to know

Now you’re just somebody that I used to know
Now you’re just somebody that I used to know

[Kimbra:]
Now and then I think of all the times you screwed me over
But had me believing it was always something that I’d done
And I don’t wanna live that way
Reading into every word you say
You said that you could let it go
And I wouldn’t catch you hung up on somebody that you used to know

[Gotye:]
But you didn’t have to cut me off
Make out like it never happened and that we were nothing
And I don’t even need your love
But you treat me like a stranger and that feels so rough
And you didn’t have to stoop so low
Have your friends collect your records and then change your number
I guess that I don’t need that though
Now you’re just somebody that I used to know

Somebody
(I used to know)
Somebody
(Now you’re just somebody that I used to know) [x2]

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The Divide – Winnipeg Premiere

Last night I went to the premiere of “The Divide” an amazing post-apocalyptic thriller about a group of people from an apartment building who survive the destruction of New York City in a bunker their superintendent created underneath the apartment building. I loved this movie. Brilliant performances by the whole cast and the story was nuts. But it was made even more nuts by the fact that the story was open to improvisation by the actors. The film was shot in chronological order, and Michael Biehn said that in his 35 years as an actor, this has been the only film he’s shot chronologically.

Michael Biehn and Michael Eklund talked to me and Trevor (for On Screen Manitoba) about what it was like filming. I’ll post up the interview later on. Until then, here’s the trailer.

And here is some footage from the Premiere – Michael Biehn and Michael Eklund say hi to me! :o!