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Re: [Probable SPAM] [CalontirDance] Hole in The Head Lyrics

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  • Carol O'Connell
    ... LOVE IT!! Conna [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 5, 2007
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      On 3/5/07 10:18 AM, "Tsire Tuzevo" <tsire@...> wrote:
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      > Would it help if I made a recording of bad midi crumhorns, kazoos and the
      > lyrics that we could just blast from a boombox whenever that dance is
      > requested? In my head there someone hits play and then all the musicians
      > scuttle off the stage as if the 'pin' has been pulled and don't come back
      > until the next, hopefully more palatable dance is set to start. too much??
      > Funny in my head at least.
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      > Tsire

      LOVE IT!!
      Conna


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    • Christian M. Cepel
      So... is it just me? Can the lyrics be sung w/o cramming several words into each note? I ve tried... I swear I have. Whatever you do, make sure you hand out
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 5, 2007
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        So... is it just me? Can the lyrics be sung w/o cramming several words
        into each note? I've tried... I swear I have.

        Whatever you do, make sure you hand out earplugs and include the Brown
        Note http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_note

        I'm a little irritated at all these folks 'disproving' this. I've been
        to several concerts where if I'm in front of the bass array, my entire
        GI system will start reacting violently to the stimulation and if I
        don't loose control of things, I've never stuck around long enough to
        find out if I would... it sure feels like I'm gonna.

        Carol O'Connell wrote:
        > On 3/5/07 10:18 AM, "Tsire Tuzevo" <tsire@...> wrote:
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        >> Would it help if I made a recording of bad midi crumhorns, kazoos and the
        >> lyrics that we could just blast from a boombox whenever that dance is
        >> requested? In my head there someone hits play and then all the musicians
        >> scuttle off the stage as if the 'pin' has been pulled and don't come back
        >> until the next, hopefully more palatable dance is set to start. too much??
        >> Funny in my head at least.
        >>
        >> Tsire
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        > LOVE IT!!
        > Conna
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