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GBWI. Garageband while... HEY! This is a less DRAMATIC one to offset the last done by a friend and I. Relax and enjoy-- if the treble doesn't KILL you! Was gonna hack the beginning.. but I thought.. what's wrong with some giggles? Hope it doesn't annoy you... 1 bomb if you please.
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I was a young lad in 1792. I runned and I skipped and I frolicked all the way to school. Twas there that I shagged me first lass: she walked with a crooked leg, with a butterscotch bosom and hair as fine as lace. Twas then one eve in Dublin, we frequented the pubs... and Johnny O'Conner had been drinkin' 'til the break of dawn. I was sippin' from me beaker, just a swill of ale, and Johnny O'Conner was dancin' like a leprechaun. He bumped into a dwarf, and he soiled 'im with ale. The dwarf got cross and spanked him in the ars. Twas then that Johnny wretched a clover from his pipes. I thanked me lucky charms that very night. So I followed the rainbow to the pot of gold where the pilgrims dance, and they do dance well indeed. Aye, the highlands are for me. Aye, and me lass has a crooked leg.
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Uploaded: Aug 12, 2004 - 07:21:40 AM
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One of those cruddy, handheld analog recording devices for kids from the 80s, brought into GB for 'salvaging' what we could.
TobinMueller said 5490 days ago (August 12th, 2004)
Raw talent
Slice of life, the way it cuts into the middle of a take.
What fun, like being a fly on the wall of a dorm room as
two undergrads just return from Medieval Lit class... and
they turn on an antique handheld recorder, accidentally
taping over the lecture they need to listen to later... Oh,
the oceanic hiss; like sirens from the Motherland. Still,
your lyrics are so fun.
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fosod said 5490 days ago (August 12th, 2004)
you hit the nail on the head!
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macapa said 5490 days ago (August 12th, 2004)
Reminds me of the song "Safety Dance", but funnier, Too
bad you don't have a better recording.
packosmokes said 5489 days ago (August 13th, 2004)
I loved how "runned, skipped, frolicked" broke your
concentration twice. I could feel the silliness behind
the singing of that line in particular. Actually adds to
its humour!
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fosod said 5489 days ago (August 13th, 2004)
The first couple times, my friend was losing it when I said "shagged". He
thought I was pronouncing it "shugged". The third time... "runned/skipped/
frolicked"... I have no idea what got him giggling... maybe residual. Anyhow...
glad you liked.

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Ringo said 5489 days ago (August 13th, 2004)
Bejabers laddie
Gotta find me a chick with a "butterscotch bosom". Liked
the laughing, reminded me of the Zappa track where he
tries to say "but who gives a F--- anyway" and loses it

Rollicking, to be sure....

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said 5489 days ago (August 13th, 2004)
O "Fo" of Sod...
...Whereith do you cometh frometh?

Cameron said 5487 days ago (August 15th, 2004)
good story
I felt like I was down at the pub listening to this one. Very
realistic! I'm glad you posted the lyrics because the accent
and quickness of delivery was sometimes difficult to
catch. But that gets folks to listen again!

Fun track.
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handovergold said 5486 days ago (August 15th, 2004)
Took me completely
BY SURPRISE! Downright daft! I would really like to see Johnny O'Connor's leprechaun dance! I imagine him sort of skipping to and fro', side ways with a kelly green hat on, muttonchops, no shirt, knickers argyle kneesocks, pilgrim shoes and suspenders. LOL! I wish I had a butterscotch bosom!...poor dwarfey! lucky charms--pot of gold, crooked leg...spanking.... hahaha...I have red hair, and I really can appreciate this! --(But I've only one irish lass in all me family tree! Jakers!)--Magically delicious!-M
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Moodee said 5481 days ago (August 21st, 2004)
Refreshing Humour
Even if "the treble might kill us", it's fun
and full of life, it reminded me of old times
when I recorded funny stuffs and parodies...
Great (irish) spirit !
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piker said 5420 days ago (October 21st, 2004)
somthing about this really talks to my soul.
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saymme said 4180 days ago (March 14th, 2008)
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Hihihi LOVe to hear this !!! have U read the book *Masqeurade*? Kit Williams - Amazon has it Libraries hardly have it about the gold/treasure at the end of the Rainbow.. Childrens book with really neat pictures & poems ! Love Your Fantasy thanx its uplifting to hear this !: ) : )
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