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I JUST GOT THE E-MAIL FOR APPROVAL YESSSSS
but thanks all the same for the suggestion, dude. I was about to write the other email
So last week I took the train to Chicago alone and visited Columbia College over spring brake. I’m making a documentary for class about that real “first time laving the nest/solo journey”, and figured the song “Chicago is so two years ago” by Fall Out Boy would be perfect to fill the parts I couldn’t fill with words. So I asked my teacher, who runs our class much like a real production company, if I could use the song even though I don’t have the rights to it. he said if I contact the management and get a yes, then yes. So later that hour, I drafted an e-mail that, after asking some people who said it sounded professional enough, I sent to Crush Music, FOB’s Management, if if I could use the song. (now, i’m not entirely sure if it’s the management you send the inquiry to, but I couldn’t find any suitable contact info for Fueled By Ramen, the label the album was originally put out on) This is the original e-mail: “Good Morning, (name, title, etc)” What i’m asking is for help; who do I ask to use the song? how do I contact them? Help me spread the word, Maybe the band can help, so get them to notice this?
EDIT: I GOT THE CONFIRMATION, I GOT THE YES, THE GO-AHEAD, ALL SIGNS ARE GO! WOO!
when did we replace the word “said” with “was like”
I think it was arround the time people begain saying “they didn’t say that (word-for-word), they said something like that”
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