Lee D. Wrote A Song Because He Was Inspired By Dawson’s Creek
Posted March 15, 2011on:
I’m not sure if it was for Dawson Leery, Joey Potter, Pacey Witter, or Jen Lindley…. hell, it might have even been for Jack McPhee (who doesn’t love the gay football player??<— Jack was one of the best additions to this show.. and yes that’s directed to Busy Philips who never belonged) All I know is Lee D. has a certain song that would have been on the Dawson’s Creek soundtrack if he existed at the same time and if I had anything to do with it.
I’m an avid DC fan… I know a lot about that show and I pretty much shaped my high school career after it. I begged my parents to move somewhere with a creek, so I could become an avid row-boater like Ms. Potter. (we did not… I couldn’t row a boat if you paid me). And like Felicity… this show answered some life questions like, do you go sailing with your high school boyfriend the summer before senior year?? The answer to that is always yes! You always choose Pacey Witter! ALWAYS!
Anyway… I don’t know Lee D’s feeling on Dawson’s Creek beyond the fact that he obviously loved the show because of this song (I’ll ask him to go into details during Interview Jamboree which may just end up being an in-depth discussion panel on Dawson’s Creek.)
Anyway, as I was walking to work today, “The Problem Is You” came on my iPod. Now, I’ll admit, I usually hit next when this comes on… I’m not sure I’ve ever heard it before.. but when fate told me to listen to it today… I just thought Dawson’s Creek! I immediately whipped out my idea book and wrote ” Lee D/Dawson’s Creek/Prob is you/<3″ <—- swear to Oprah that’s what I wrote, and then almost got hit by a biker who was riding his bike on the sidewalk… ummmm?? NOT ALLOWED!
I can’t find the full audio of the song…. so you are gonna have to click HERE to hear a snippet of it. I promise you it’s worth it. (Plus, you all own So I’m Told so it’s fine…. you know what I’m talking about.
If you all don’t agree with my music supervision that just occurred for the Dawson’s Creek Vol 4 soundtrack… I dont’ know if we can continue on like this.
Doesn’t it sound like a song that would be montaged with images of Jack dealing with homosexuality, Pacey pining for Joey, but can’t quite have her yet because Joey is trying to fix her friendship with that selfish baby Dawson, and Jen will be dealing with her Daddy issues with the help of Gram???
Yes. A resounding yes is what you should all be saying right about now.
(that’s Lee D. giving me a resounding “yes” by the way)
I’ll just let that sink in and sit back waiting for your agreement and applause.
PS I had absolutely nothing to say about Lee D. today and this is the result that. He should probably do something or I’m gonna do a compare and contrast of him and Ben Covington from Felicity next.