Don't just embrace the crazy, sidle up next to it and lick its ear.
Well, Saturday Night, actually.
Remember these guys?
Don’t even act like you’re not singing along. Because you know you are.
Now THAT was truly evil.I need some brain bleach.
Just try to get that out of your head, you'll be singing that all day.All day.S. A. T. U. R. D. A. Y. Night!
Goddamnit, Jim - all I had to do was read your last line in that comment and now it's in my head!S. A. T. U. R. D. A. Y. Night!"Come on Eileen, I swear (well he means) At this moment you mean everything..."There, take that!
Aaaaaaaaah! Must. Not. Sing. Come. On. Eileen. Nononono.
Those are people who died...Died...DIED...DIED!What? That one doesn't fit the theme?
(I may have some superfluous "died"s in there.)
I thought it was "dyed" not "died"It was the 70's after all.
Actually, it was 1980 when The Jim Carroll Band released "People Who Died."So there.
Here, wash your brain out with this. I love that video and the song.
Like the brain wash. Almost worth thinking about guys in capri pants;)cass_m
How serendipitous. On Thursday I saw a very surreal version of this song which featured guest vocals by Ann Margaret and an elderly audience. You have been warned:http://video.yahoo.com/watch/7524236/19938661
Your warning, Mensley, was insufficient.However, it must be said that Anne Margret's outfit was awesome. Just. Awesome.
HOLY SHIT!Where the hell did they find that audience?
Ah, the Bay City Rollers. I had posters of them from all over my bedroom walls :D
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