Who could walk 1000 miles faster: The Proclaimers or Vanessa Carlton?

edited 2021-03-16 23:58:54 in General
I’d like to have this question resolved before we proceed.

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  • you know, this probably means I have bad taste or something, but I strongly prefer the Vanessa Carlton song over the other one

    I know, this doesn't answer the question
  • edited 2021-03-17 01:14:56
    Ally Kerr walked 10,000 miles in that same time.
  • actually i haven't listened to The Proclaimers' song, i think

    but i do know Vanessa Carlton's song
    it's okay
    on one hand it sounds like something i'd like
    but on the other hand the melody just feels a little oddly unsatisfying
  • “Alice is like Princess Kaguya, except instead of being found in a stalk of bamboo and sending suitors on impossible quests, she was found in a toy store and eats all the candy.” – Fossilmaiden

    actually i haven't listened to The Proclaimers' song, i think

    You would probably recognize it if you heard it; it's one of those '80s songs that still gets loads of radio play
  • ...this sounds *like* another song i've heard but i actually don't recognize this one

    now to dig for the other song that someone here mentioned i might have heard before
  • oh right i know which song this is reminding me of now

    had to take a moment to think of the lyrics and then look them up

    it's jimmy eat world's "the middle", specifically the refrain
  • Darkness is ever the herald of dawn.
    Are we talking a thousand miles in a straight line, or with a curve?
  • “I'm surprised. Those clothes… but, aren't you…?”
    The Proclaimers. Vanessa would take breaks like a sensible person. The Proclaimers might move more slowly, but they don't stop.
  • “Alice is like Princess Kaguya, except instead of being found in a stalk of bamboo and sending suitors on impossible quests, she was found in a toy store and eats all the candy.” – Fossilmaiden
    I love that you not only had an actual answer, but bothered to justify your answer
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