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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by CFFF, Jan 17, 2017.
Potato wave dude.
Almost the same, I heard "I gots-ta go shopping..."
Pretty much how I've been hearing it.
Correct, but the malaprops are Hi-Lo-larious.
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Judas Priest's Breaking The Law.
I'm raking the lawn, raking the lawn.
"Dashing through the snow,
In a one horse, soap, and sleigh..."
According to a guy I went to college with: 'Heard it in a love song...eight feet long!'
Blahh, bla, bla. all you need is love. Beatles
I used to think Rock the Casbah was:
F$@! the cash bar. F$@! the cash bar.
Dirty deeds, thunder jeep
The sidewinder sleeps tonight, REM
"Come and meet your maker"?
"Calling from Jamaica?"
"Call me when you wake her?"
Lord have mercy what's Michael saying?!
I had a friend who used to sing the chorus to the Yardbird's Shape of Things (Come tomorrow - will I be younger....) as Cousin Morrow..........
I heard it the other day and damn, if it still doesn't sound like that.
10 cc: "be Poised and Quiet" instead of "big Boys don't Cry".
We liked to screw around with known lyrics also:
Bob Marley's We Jammin' becomes "Pajamas".
"Pokey likes Jammies, too!"
And know you can well imagine what happens to "Puff the Magic Dragon" once the words get reworked.
beatles...chicken to ride
Knock, knock, knocking on Kevin's Door.
Under the board shorts, out of the sun.
"You picked a fine time to leave me, Lucille
Four hundred children in the crop in the field"
I always pictured young faces peeking out through the corn.
steve miller..big ole cattleliner
van halen...cannon ball..cannon ba ha ha ha ha hall..
Claptons version of crossroads I always heard 'going down to the Rosedale, takin my rabbit by my side'
"I feel Sue Lawley..."?
A singer rather than a song...
My youngest thought Gwen Stefani was called Wednesday Fanny.