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    Coldplay's Oracle Speaks On 84-year-old Barbara From 'The Hardest Part' Video

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    October 31, 2008 - submitted by Whisp, New Zealand

    Q. Hello. we were recently priviledged enough to stumble across Coldplay's "Hardest Part" video and to let Barbara the 84 year old dancer into our lives. Is there anywhere that we might obtain some further information about the legend herself (and perhaps a tad about Spencer her tanned, g-string clad companion)? thanks oracle, you're a champ. Whisp and Thong xxx

    The Oracle replies:

    That video was made 16 years after Barbara (R.I.P) and Spencer appeared on the Attitudes show. There's not much information about the pair, which is a shame, but you can see a variation of the routine here.


    October 31, 2008 - submitted by Scott, Canada

    Q. Is the song Viva la Vida about playing Risk? The second verse "I used to roll the dice/feel the fear in my enemies eyes..." seems to very much allude to the best-selling board game. Care to confirm or Deny?

    The Oracle replies:

    Deny, deny, deny! Nor is it about Monopoly, Snakes & Ladders and not even the murderous Cleudo.

    October 31, 2008 - submitted by katie, United States of America

    Q. Hi I am 14 years old and am entering the Lost? contest. I have my own ways of interpreting the song however I do not want to lose the message the writer is trying to get across. in other words what does the song mean to Coldplay? Any input?

    The Oracle replies:

    Don't worry about that. The point of the competition is to find your own interpretation and what it means to YOU.


    October 31, 2008 - submitted by dew, Peru

    Q. I have a beuatiful black cat, she is mischievous, intelligent, great oracle colud you please choose the best name for her?

    The Oracle replies:

    I quite like Molly, short for Molasses which is dark and sweet. In fact Treacle is another good name because not only is that also Molasses but it's a term of endearment for females used by Cockneys.




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