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Wilco Ticket Contest 12th Entry

by Prince Of Petworth February 12, 2008 at 2:30 pm 5 Comments

A Litteri, originally uploaded by Prince of Petworth.

[Ed. Note:  Winner Announced Friday, Feb. 22]

“Two submissions for your contest:

(1) A picture of A. Litteri’s entrance, representing my favorite spot this week – the D.C. Farmers’ Market off of Florida Ave in NE. Last weekend was my first trip to the market and after picking up Italian groceries, vegetables from Sam Wang’s, and a trip to one of the butchers, I was all set for a Sunday dinner for friends. I only found one fresh fish vendor but will continue the search!

(2) A poor adaptation of a good Wilco song. Give my apologies to Tweedy when you see him at show.”

Check out the adaptation of the Wilco song after the jump.
PoP Etc.

Prince o’P, don’t cry

You can rely on us honey

You can drop by any time you want

We’ll be around

You were right about DC

Each block, a great place should be

 

Fed buildings shake

Voices escape singing loud loud songs

Tuned to chords strung down their cheeks

Party melodies turning their orbit around

 

Don’t cry

You can rely on us honey

Come stop by any time you want

We’ll stick around

You are right about DC

Each street is a rising sun

 

Wilson building shakes

Voices escape singing big big songs

Tuned to chords strung down our cheeks

City melodies turning our orbit around

 

Voices rise

The city is coming together

Your voice is calling

A Wilco spot is what we can get

Turning our orbit around

 

Northeast

Southwest

It’s all our neighborhood

Southeast

Northwest, it’s all of our city

Each one is a shining sun

 

Our houses shake

Voices escape singing sweet sweet songs

Tuned to chords strung down your cheeks

Petworth melodies turning your orbit around

Your voice rose

Jeff Tweedy is coming to our town

My voice is calling

A last Wilco spot is all I would like

Turning my orbit around

 

A last Wilco spot is all I would like

Turning my orbit around

 

A last Wilco spot is all I would like

Turning my orbit around

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