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’ It’s been pretty cool, to see what people come up with. I think it’d be really fun to make her sing something really sincere, but something really ridiculous coming out of her mouth. Besides that, I just want to hear her say really cheesy stuff, like complimenting a boy. And there’s no money, and we just give away the song for free. Do you identify with John Travolta’s character in . He did ‘Der Fuhrer’s Face.’ Oh, ha ha, I’m way off! And someone else just introduced me to Jonathan Richman, which I think is the same thing. We didn’t even really know each other, but he had seen me perform, and I liked his music. And after I got one person to agree, I was like, ‘I’m going to ask everyone! I’d be funny to make her do that too much, where it’s overboard, and people are uncomfortable. His stuff is a mixture of sincere stuff and comedy, too! Is there a really famous singer you’d want to write for? Did you know who they were when you got in contact? But David came to a Glass Beef show, and I met him. I would burn his body, and then I would use it in my coffee and drink it, so we could be one. I wish that I could, but I think it’s impossible for me. I found that really interesting, because when I do music, I like to throw people off by doing something silly and then doing something serious. Shel Silverstein wrote ‘A Boy Named Sue’ and a bunch of other songs for Johnny Cash. Maybe something really redundant, like ‘I LOOOOVE him! ‘Your skin is so soft and silky, and I want to kiss it! ’ You haven’t snagged Celene Dion yet, but you did have David Quackenbush and Warren Fitzgerald from the Vandals cover one of your songs. If you have time and you’re into this idea—it shouldn’t feel like homework, it should feel like something you’re actually passionate about—then I want you to do a song.’ And he did it, hee hee! If you had a child with undiagnosed autism who died, what kind of song would you write for his funeral? But I don’t think I sound like any of that stuff at all. It hits you instantly, and it’s funny, but there’s this undertone of sadness in what he’s singing.I opened for the Akron/Family in New York at the same place, and I thought, ‘I’m at the same place—I’m going to get booed again! Who do you think works harder, musicians or comedians?
Right now there’s hundreds of people who don’t know who I am from the last performance!
Shortly after filming begins, Charlyne meets a boy after her own heart: Michael Cera.
As their relationship develops on camera, her pursuit to discover the nature of love takes on a fresh new urgency.
As she and her good friend (and director) Nick search for answers and advice about love, Charlyne talks with friends, strangers, scientists, bikers, romance novelists, and children.
They each offer diverse views on modern romance, as well as various answers to the age-old question: does true love really exist?