Chris Cogott wrote:I think I finally finished. After seeing a couple of these titles, I don't feel so bad about mine anymore. Although I did have to do some research on it. Thanks Wiki and whoever gave me this F'-ing title My title is "The Prisoner's Dilemma". It's about a guy and a girl who both get caught for doing some kind of crime and is sung from the guy's wishful thinking point of view from his interrogation room (while she is in her own room).
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3586257/The%20P ... ilemma.mp3
All the songs are great so far!
This is awsome! Great work.
I wasn't expecting such a literal interpretation - but you really nailed it.
Sorry you found the title difficult - but as soon as Jon wrote those words earlier in the thread I thought - "That is a great song title"
Though as I wrote to Jon in my PM:
I just had quite a dilemma writing that title. I am sure that word was spelt "dilemna" when I was at school. I wrote many papers at university on environmental policy etc, quoting the prisoner's "dilemNa" - definitely spelling it with an "N". That was how all my notes and text's spelt it, and how lecturers spelt it. I thought it was a colour/color British/American type thing. But I just checked the Macquarie Dictionary, and correct Australian usage is "dilemma". Even the Oxford also has "dilemma".
I checked that with some old school mates on the weekend - and they all also thought "dilemma" was spelt with an "n". That is so weird.