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Comments & Submitter Name
|"An Englishman In New York"||Not to be confused with Sting's latter song of the same name, this 70's release was a none-too-subtle (yet friendly) dig at the American way of life. "Dismembered hopeful My-Lai veterans queuing for sleaze, 'Sorry no dogs, no fags, no shriners, and no amputees', Sexual athlete applies for audition, Willing to make it in any position, Just one of the extras with blood on their faces, In snow-white and the seven basket cases, I'm happy and dopey and dirty in places..." - FussBudget|
Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
|"Cry," Godley & Creme||"96 Tears," ? And The Mysterians|
|"Cry," Godley & Creme||"Occupied Tears," Serj Tankian|
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Parody Song Name
Like a square pig in a round home.
Like a square peg in a round hole.
"An Englishman in New York"
Straight up your anus
"Under Your Thumb"
Don't wanna be under your bum forever.
Don't wanna be under your thumb forever.
Story about this misheard lyric by: Garry Davenport
My brother's and mine's juvenile humour when we were in our early teens was inventing rude lyrics for songs. But we noticed that it really does sound like Godley is saying the word 'bum' instead of 'thumb'.
"An Englishman In New York"
Defecting Russian dancers dance into Hockney prints
Exclusive to Bloomingdales, gift-wrapped in red
From the land of blue rinse
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Submitted by: FussBudget
You make me want to cry!
Not a very good choice when you're trying to break up with someone.
Submitted by: Celeste