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Old 04-29-2017, 09:48 AM   #91
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LOL fun!!!

Ok the only thing that I can think of right now is this:
Duran Duran's "New Moon On Monday"

During the chorus, I thought it was:

"New Moon on Monday, and the five days through the night". (which doesn't make a whole lotta sense, but hey, that was the 80s, right?)

Actually it's, "New Moon on Monday, and a firedance through the night".

D'oh! :p
I'm not sure even the guys in Duran Duran knew what the hell they meant by their own lyrics. Like, just about ever. I'm not saying that to be down on them as musicians--I have every album up to Big Thing, plus some rare 12" remix singles...and some 45s, including "View to a Kill" which I bought new in 1985...an a rare import EP that the used-record store owner didn't realized was autographed by the bass player until after he sold it to me for $7...and some side project albums like 'So Red the Rose' and 'Thunder'...and because I was raised by hippies I still own a working turntable (3, actually).
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Old 04-29-2017, 09:51 AM   #92
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There is a comic who did a short bit on this, and he was mentioning that they were in the car listening to Steve Miller Band "Jet Airliner" and his friend was singing at the top of his lungs:

Bingo Jed had a light on!!


and I'm guilty of this one:

Nickleback - How you remind me

I always sang, "Despite words in my head/Scream, 'Are we having fun yet?'"

And it's really, "These five words in my head/Scream, 'Are we having fun yet?'"

Bingo Jed!!! I love me some Steve Miller Band . That's a classic, right up there with "Who ya gonna call/THOSE BASTARDS" instead of "Who ya gonna call/Ghostbusters!"

'How You Remind Me' is the only Nickelback song I can stand, which from what I've seen is a pretty common sentiment.
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Old 04-29-2017, 09:53 AM   #93
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Maybe its me but I keep misinterpreting anything Stevie Nicks sings as:

"Ahh wahh doo bee nnnn ahhh wahh oohhh woeMan I errr in loooooooovvvvvvvvvvve iiiiiiiiii ooooohhhhhh."

Anybody know what in the hell she is saying?
I've got probably half of "Edge of Seventeen" figured out, and that's the only one of her solo songs other than "Stand Back" that I actually like as much as her work in Fleetwood Mac.
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Old 04-29-2017, 09:56 AM   #94
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Fuck me, I'm a danish.
Dammit I will never be able to listen to that song with a straight face again...not that I was great at it from the beginning...

(Another one I have on 45-rpm vinyl single)
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Old 04-29-2017, 10:01 AM   #95
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And it's more accurate to sing it "Lydia Pink, the pink the pink," anyway. It's about Lydia Pinkham's Compound, a very popular patent medicine way back in the way-back.

Most of the time, I sing it with the SCA lyrics, though:

Oh here is a story
A little bit gory
A little bit happy, a little bit sad
About a drink called
Imperium Compound
And how the S.C.A.'s been had.


Oh we think, we think we think
The King is a fink, a fink a fink
A fincure of
Respectability
He rules the Kingdom with Imperium Compound
The results are plain to see...


Further wackiness -- trust me -- ensues.

Here is about the whole works of the SCA version. Holy schmoly -- I know a bunch of these people at least slightly, and the barony with the Welsh name is where I began in the SCA back when Adler des Berges was its Baron. I believe two of the people mentioned are now dead -- Angus (if that's the right Angus) and Gyrth Oldcastle. Trude really does have a Cheshire Cat's grin. Yang the Nauseating is known to the outside world as science-fiction writer Robert Lynn Asprin. Speaking of authors, I'm rather surprised they didn't come up with verses for authors Poul Anderson, who was Bela of Eastmarch in Society, or Jerry Pournelle. Two more guys I've met.
I ran around in the Kingdom of An Tir for like 12 years . I have a really bad reputation from those days, and I worked for it! Any chance you know anyone who still knows the words to "I Like A Moose"? I got candy and dishes thrown at me one morning cuz a friend and I were singing it while washing the previous night's dinner dishes at like 7:30 on a Sunday morning...
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Old 04-29-2017, 02:47 PM   #96
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Any chance you know anyone who still knows the words to "I Like A Moose"?
This one?

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