Skip to comments.A conversation about music (humor vanity)
Posted on 08/06/2018 10:04:27 AM PDT by Lazamataz
A conversation about music:
Me: "Guess Who" wrote the song "American Woman".
Me: No, "Guess Who".
Me: No, I'm telling you. Who wrote "Tommy".
Me: No, "Yes" wrote "Roundabout".
Them: Who wrote Roundabout?
Me: No, "Yes".
Them: YES OR NO?
Me: "Yes Or No" was written by The Go Gos.
Me: No. The band was "The Go Go's".
Them: I thought "The Band" did a cover of "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down."
Them: No, "The Band".
Them: No! "The Band"! This is for the birds.
Me: "The Byrds" broke up a long time ago.
Both of us together: THIRD BASE!
Feast for the ears and eyes...
Cover? What the heck? Is this person a moron?
Ok so I screwed up a little. :)
See if you can expand it a bit. Get a friend to do it with you, post it on youtube, and you'll get hits.
I’m just hoping you didn’t think Joan Baez sung it first. :-)
No, and she also sang it wrong.
I LOVED when the Byrds sang “Eight Mile Road!” Wow, didn’t know M&M was that old.
Okay, all is forgiven. :-)
Sorry, got Eight Mile Road confused with Rocky Mile High by Denver Springfield.
The Band wrote The Night They Drove Old Dixie down.
Crazy for feeling so blue
“Feast for the ears and eyes...
She’s OK, but...
Hope this link paste works.
Your theme, as done on SCTV.
I expanded on someone else’s work.
Luff: There are just going to be three headliners; three super groups
Hickenlooper: Well start with the first one
Hickenlooper: Whos on first?
Luff: Whos on first.
Hickenlooper: Who is on first?
Hickenlooper: Who? Whos on first?
Luff: Thats right.
And so on...
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