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I see that Weird Al has met quxxo.
I have seldom been so moved.......
Hey! How many songwriters will find a rhyme for "adequacy"?Let's give credit where it's due here.
Never had a date/you couldn't inflate.Now, that was a rhyme waiting to be born!
I was whining and the excessively bright son of a friend said with great false graciousness, "O Mr. Kenton, I know. It sucks to be you."Nice to trace the allusion to its source.
Can't wait for the video! A few years back, when I was singing vox / playing bass in Tribe Called Mike we ended up performing most of the songs from the first Police album. On a whim, I rewrote the lyrics to "Born in the 50's" and changed it to "Born in the 60's". My favorite line:And we screamed,When the Police sang.But Sting went solo and broke up the band,Oh, we should have known better...I guess I'll have to post the whole thing on my blog.
Kos-kids convention theme song?
Another movie??? Already!?!?!?oppps, wrong Al.
Heh, I've always been a fan of Weird Al's-- how many other artists are exactly as relevant now as they were decades ago?
I'll take Aguilera's version.
Hey! How many songwriters will find a rhyme for "adequacy"?Well, the master of rhyming lyrics has to be Tom Lehrer. For example...I'd offer a small quote as an example but there are too many good ones.
"And maybe we'll doIn a squirrel or two,While we're poisoning pigeons in the park."!!!
Tom Lehrer was WHACK.Though, as a Yale graduate, "Fight Fiercely, Harvard" always brought a smile to my face.
Simon–Or it could be a reference to the Prozzak song aptly titled "Sucks To Be You" (They were a cartoon band popular for a couple months in the '90s that sung depressing lyrics to bouncy pop music).
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