Some song lyrics misheard over the cafe hubbub…

But first…
Dulltown, UK: Today’s slug is the sleek and stylish one.
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‘All these years I dragged within…’
‘You burns me, happy-feeling dog.’
‘I don’t believe in secret hair baby.’
‘Life in drag is rising on the tree – liar, liar!’
‘See it in our eyes, written in crows.’
‘September bacon, want it all…’
‘Oh oh oh oh oh! No no no no no!’
‘Shaun Shaun Shaun, not in the evening!’
‘Open up the bees! Everybody, open up the bees!’
‘Son of pitch, you can knock me!’
‘There is no concept, it’s Ken rubbing…’
‘I… I seen it before… the big leaves…’
‘I get a straw, everywhere I go, whoo whoo!’
‘My soul, no body nose, I wish you go…’
‘Girl turtle me shoe in the morning.’
‘I standing – I’m wrong conga, wrong conga.’
‘Love-lay, love-lay banana-mon…’
‘Welcome to my underwear and my party ties…’
‘The dust season, very very solid French.’
‘I can’t hide undefined, paint proud, too much goin’ bad.’
‘Can’t take this X-hole no more.’
‘My arms are singing – I need you eye-e-eye-e-eye…’

For some information on how these lines are compiled you could click here.

About Dave Whatt

Grumpy old surrealist artist, musician, postcard maker, bluesman, theatre set designer, and debonair man-about-town. My favourite tools are the plectrum and the pencil...
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10 Responses to Some song lyrics misheard over the cafe hubbub…

  1. ktz2 says:

    secret hair September bacon… hahaha

  2. Dana Doran says:

    I can’t hide undefined, paint proud, too much goin’ bad………they wrote that song about me at my easel. The words weren’t a challenge for the songwriter…..

  3. Claudia says:

    I loved the linked article and I love the above! I wonder if language is more colorful in the UK…ha…but I couldn’t make up phrases like that if I tried. I love your suggestion in the link though — I might give this a try myself. ‘Ol American English is just as colorful — if you just listen —

  4. Love these as always. The gift of language.

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