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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
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17 November 2010
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The Man From the Motor Trade said:

I also love Simon and Garfunkel!  In fact, every time I listen to Julia it reminds me of something that Paul Simon might have written.  Great stuff!


To me, I've Just Seen a Face always sounded a bit Simon and Garfunkely as well. Looks like I just invented a new adjective.

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17 November 2010
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I hate to derail this thread but........(har-har-har....)

 

On the Rock Band multitrack of Sgt. Pepper's Reprise, you can hear the following exchange at the beginning of the vocal track:

Paul: Twist it!

John: What?

Paul: Twist it!

John:  Ah--shake it!

 

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Zig said:

The Man From the Motor Trade said:

I also love Simon and Garfunkel!  In fact, every time I listen to Julia it reminds me of something that Paul Simon might have written.  Great stuff!


To me, I've Just Seen a Face always sounded a bit Simon and Garfunkely as well. Looks like I just invented a new adjective.

Yeah, that's 'cause both that song and "The Boxer" have "Li da di di" lyrics! 

 And hmm, howbout "Mrs. Robinson" and "I Am The Walrus", both of which have "Coo-coo cachoo" or thereabouts?

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And they both have a few dirty things in them... Mrs. Robinson had, ahem, an innapropriate relationship, while "I Am The Walrus" has the lyrics

"Pornographic priestess" and "Man, you've been a naughty girl, you let your knickers down".

But if you're going to be picky about it, the actual lyrics are "Goo Goo G'joob". I prefer "Coo Coo Cachoo" myself.

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