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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Gopherbassist, Mar 13, 2019 at 3:30 AM.
The funkiest gibberish this side of Saturn.
Hey, Rudyard Kipling wrote "The water will wet us".
Seems as if America's in fine company!
Agree with the thrust of your post (crap, talk about yer bad lyrics) but the lyrics to Kid Charlemagne make perfect sense, if you know the backstory.
I have a harder time with Pretzel Logic.
I guess the lyrics mean "Wow, those were real Quaaludes!"
Let’s hear it for the lovely Shirley Ellis!
Well, then there's this...........
Rubber Biscuit - The Chips, covered by The Blues Brothers
Recalled from 7th grade:
"She got electric [slang for breasts] / Her mamma too / Ya know I read it in magazeeen-o..."
I didn't even know it was gibberish until a week or 2 ago I had it running through my head. I googled the lyrics and got the whole back story.
I'd always thought that it was "She's got electric boots ...a mohair suit ..." Learn something new everyday.
But...but...he looks authentic, and he speaks with such authority. What more do you want?
"Jungle Boogie," especially starting at 2:09
Louie Louie - Delta House version!
The Mars Volta
Probably mentioned already, but hands down my favorite:
Up on the slab: the hamsterdance song — as heard, and seen, on the enhanced CD, hampton the hamster: hamsterdance hits. I have a lovely copy in my hot little hands, right now.
I remember it well. It was the first time ever the net made any sort of noise, at least in my humble abode. It was also the first time it made no sense. None whatsoever
What's more: I nearly died of fright. Thanks nerlo. The year was 1998.
Hit it! (or don't.)