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Princesses, car wrecks, etc

From: Walter Alden Tackett <walter_at_neurostudios.com>
Date: Wed 01 Oct 1997 - 08:37:41 PDT


Actually, wouldn't that song be referring to the plunge of the princess of Monaco? (Carolyn? Grace?)
These princesses die in car wrecks all the time. The princess<-->car wreck relationship is similar to the between trailerpark<-->tornadoes relationship.

        -WT



> From: Michael J. Egli <megli@simslevel1.com>
> To: 'JBC List' <jbc-list@ecn.purdue.edu>
> Subject: RE: David J meets Nostradamus
> Date: Tuesday, September 30, 1997 6:12 AM
>
> On Monday, September 29, 1997 9:42 AM, Daniel Albright
[SMTP:albri006@gold.tc.umn.edu] wrote:
> > Here's your Monday morning freakout...
> >
> > David J. fans may recall a song on the Urban Urbane album from about
five
> > years ago called "Smashed Princess."
> >
> > I came across it the other day. With lyrics about a glamorous
Princess,
> > paparazzi, and a car crash, I wouldn't hold my breath for a Diana
tribute
> > version...
> >
> > --dbright
>
> For those of you who don't have the album here are the lyrics
>
> Smashed Princess (written in 1992)
>
> Flying high and drinking
> To the goddess on the screen
> You're such a damaged baby
> You're the paparzi's dream
> A front-page perfect princess
> You hit the high life scene
> When you apply your lipstick and mascara to a scream
>

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This verdict brought to you by M i c r o s o f t J u s t i c e (r) "Who will you obey today?"
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Dr. Walter Alden Tackett, President
NEUROMEDIA, Inc.
http://www.neurostudios.com Received on Wed Oct 1 08:37:41 1997

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