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I've always liked Pearl Jam, but I keep forgetting they exist. Odd how I always scroll right by them on the iPod.I loved the images they matched up with the "lyrics", here. FWIW, the (supposed) real lyrics aren't that much more comprehensible -- it turns out to be just another break-up, life-sucks kind of song. Oh, wait -- that's why I keep scrolling by PJ on the iPod. You either have to be in the mood for that kind of thing, or a teenager. I'm neither.
It's a genre! Here's one friends' of my daughter made (Gerlach is one of her friends). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRsxX3GGKhs
Perhaps the very first of the genre:http://verylowsodium.com/fanimutation/exuberance
Funny stuff. The genre expands: Couldn't help but think aboutTamori-san, a Japanese comedian, who has made this kind of thing a small part of one his shows for decades: random sample
That is one of the most creative and funny bits of social commentary that I have seen in a long time. Why communicate something with your vocal track when you can just mush out your angst in unintelligible crying blather? So hip and modern.
Nothing on the Libby sentence, huh?That's some real good law perfesserin'!
dave (trademarked: you had best not mess with me . . .)(copyright: i am the only real dave)I'm sure she'll get to it, so . . .think of something coherent to say (straaaaaaaaaiiiinnnnn)
'Scuse me, while I kiss this guy.
From wiki:"This makes the song unique as it has managed to become a staple favorite among fans of one of the most important bands of the 90s, and yet has no real lyrics or meaning that can be attached to the song."
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