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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by kelnet, May 7, 2019.
Is there a better one?
Well, this one deals with the issues...
This thread is taking me to some dark places...
I like this John Prine contender
Ain't no sense in fightin' 'bout a spoonful.
Lemonheads said it best — Ceiling Fan In My Spoon...
What is this "best song" BS- there is no such thing.
I used to take my mother, who sponsored the Adelaide City Symphony Orchestra,
we went to a concert where she loved the first act by Vagner, I hated it. Then I enjoyed
the second part , a piece by Sibelius, she did not. It all comes down to everyone's personal taste.
I don't like jazz but like Steely Dan music ??!! It all comes down to individual taste.
I had the chord book for this album when I was a lad - the first few pages had Evan Dando's handwritten notes about the songs and the comment for "Ceiling fan..." was about something along the lines of:
"being in a bad mood and going to a restaurant and you see the ceiling fan in your spoon".
How could you not love that?!
Money For Nothing by Dire Straits - those guys must love appliances!
"We gotta install microwave ovens
Custom kitchen deliveries
We gotta move these refrigerators
We gotta move these colour TV's"
In this one, the cutlery is implied...
I believe there is no such thing as a "best song", nor is there a best guitar or best guitarist any more than there is a best listener. It's like asking for opinions about opinions.
But, since you did ask....don't care for Chinatown but love Thin Lizzy, and think Uneasy Rider is fun although I don't think much of Charlie Daniels.
Echo and the Bunnymen - The Cutter
Is a switchblade actually cutlery? I mean, sure, you can cut food with it, but would you set your table with it? Okay, well maybe you would, Blowtorch.
Come on guys, play by the rules. I want to see songs about crab forks, dessert spoons, and butter knives.
Of course there is a "best." There's always a "best." That's how we know who wins.