“So you want perfection. I see your self destruction.”
“Don’t want to spend the rest of my days singing yesterday’s love songs.”
“I like to go out on dates. See a movie, communicate.”
“Your suit can’t hide the truth. You’re a fool and I refuse to be like you. I don’t want to grow up.”
“Let’s see if I can get it right with you this time around. I’m not afraid of losing you…”
Oh Milo, only you could write out my whole life in all of your songs.
The entire Descendants catalog is my life. (And no, it’s not all one giant fart joke… only some of the time.)
Milo Aukerman, you may very well be my soul mate: singer, songwriter and research biochemist.
For those not in the know, he sings in a mid-range tenor, and his generally upbeat lyrics encompass such universal topics as girls/rejection, dependence upon caffeine, and the never ending quest for good food. He is known for his bespectacled, unabashedly nerdy persona and self-deprecating, “anti-rockstar” demeanor.
It’s true love but never meant to be since he is:
A.) Married with children
B.) My moms age (45).
My life would be easier if I liked girls.