Dear S.P.O.G.G.,We do commiserate. And this song came so close! We love the melody. We love the sad strumming of the guitar and the achy-breaky harmonies. We do NOT love the phrase "the most loneliest." Loneliest is a superlative. It doesn't get any lonelier, except perhaps when you are writing about the grammar of pop music in a cold, dark basement... (excuse us for a moment).
I would like to begin by thanking you for taking the initiative in creating this organization. My friends and I are thrilled.
I'm writing to tell you about an abomination of grammar that I have to listen to on the radio every day. My coworker likes to listen to the local rock station and they frequently play a song by the band System of a Down called "Lonely Day." The chorus is a goose bump-inducing "The most loneliest day of my life."
I've already written to the radio station but they continue to play it. I thought that that members of S.P.O.G.G. could commiserate.
OK, we're back.
System of a Down will receive a letter from SPOGG shortly. Meanwhile, you can hear the song here.