dou·ble en·ten·dre (Noun)
1.a double meaning.
2.a word or expression used in a given context so that it can be understood in two ways
I have songs that have double meanings to me—you know, their original meaning, and then the meaning that I project on to that particular song. heh.
For example, my theme song for my addiction to pizza: “I Hate Myself for Loving You.”
Garth Brooks was a fave when I was in high school. My Daddy used to simply look at me, as I was leaving the house to go out, and say, “Don’t turn into a pumpkin.” Therefore his theme song was “It’s Midnight Cinderella.” (and for those of you who know my Daddy, you don’t mess with missing curfew. Ever.)
Our adoption theme song—”Somebody to Love.”
Sing it with me!!!
Find Me…Somebody to Love…
(get it? huh? funny, right?)
I’m torn this week, friends. I wanted to share with you something heartfelt and lovely. But, truth be told, I’m not feeling lovely.
So, may I present to you:
Heather’s Theme Song for Dr. Lung:
(it’s not very nice, but it’s funny!)
So, what’s your ironic theme song? Share with me! I want to know!
PS..if you’re here from ICLW, HI!!! I’ll be doing my IF post tomorrow! But, join in the fun today!