Date: Thu 19 Jul 2001 - 06:29:43 PDT
Yeah, a friend of mine and I always say to each other, when things don't turn out quite right, "Well, you know they only make pop records out of plastic," which is twisting it a bit but we enjoy....
And, the "Vot you vant?" is a common one 'round here as well....
I feel pretty confident that I saw Pat change the words on Still & All live one time to "If I was going to die, you'd be the girl I'd want to jump from..." Brilliant lyric combo/jumble, I think, and one of my favorite of his live performance word-changes...
- Mike Egli <email@example.com> wrote:
> On top of the favorite lyrics question, how many
> lyrics of the JBC have
> become part of your everyday speech? I, for one,
> frequently use, "this
> butcher's checking out" (JB v CD - Hamburg) when
> leaving work, a party, or
> any type of gathering.
> Or how about "Vat you vant?" (Big Bad Thing)
> As far as favorite lyrics, I've always been a sucker
> for totally sappy
> lyrics like - "If I was going to die, you'd be the
> girl I'd want to die
> for." and "You're already beautiful, you don't need
> to be tragic as well."
> both from Still and All.
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