When: April 2001
Where: My mom’s car, rounding the corner from northbound on Lake Avenue to eastbound on Washington Boulevard
Who: My mother
We were on our way to the Lebanese Kitchen (go there if you can) on Washington and Hill when this song came on. It seemed simplistic in a good way that was rare at the time, but Coldplay has a bad tendency to blow it, which is why Nathan Rabin hates it so much.
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