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Latest Site Additions -> May 31, 2017

This is everything that was reviewed and approved for amIright on May 31, 2017. These are not items submitted on May 31, 2017, but rather items that were reviewed that day by site editors.

Song Parody Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"Covfefe" by Phil Alexander
    a parody of "Fernando," ABBA
"Always Call My Bluff" by Matthias
    a parody of "Just Can't Get Enough," Black Eyed Peas
"Hopped-Up Cop" by Doctor Suze
    a parody of "Hop On Pop," Dr. Seuss
"Covfefe" by Michael Pacholek
    a parody of "All Shook Up," Elvis Presley
"You're Dead" by Johnny Nguyen
    a parody of "Civilization," Justice
"This Ulcer I've Got Hurts like a MotherF***er" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
    a parody of "This Summer's Gonna Hurt like a MotherF***er," Maroon 5
"Underpants" by Robert D. Arndt Jr.
    a parody of "Safety Dance," Men Without Hats
"Buddy Ebsen" by Daniel Croxton
    a parody of "Tin Man," Miranda Lambert
"Jeremy Joseph Christian" by Hu's On First
    a parody of "Jeremy," Pearl Jam
"Schweppes " by Robert D. Arndt Jr.
    a parody of "Sweat," Right Guard TV Commercial
"Here Come The Rugrats" by Logan Maxwell
    a parody of "Men in Black," Will Smith
"Bell Gonna Ding" by Max Power
    a parody of "Zestfully Clean," Zest Soap Commercial

Better Off Solo? -> Latest Entries

"John Brannon"
The Laughing Hyenas' lead singer, he formed the group with Larissa Strickland(previously of L-7) in 1985. After the band broke up in 1995, Brannon later formed Easy Action, and reunited with Negative Approach.
- Cotton Lorraine

Super Long Pop Songs -> Latest Entries

"Are You Receiving Me?,"Golden Earring - Length: 9:32
Featured on their breakthrough album titled 'Moontan' (1973), it is their longest song (94 seconds longer than 1982's "Twilight Zone"). 'Moontan' contain their first successful single titled "Radar Love" which was peaked at #13 on Billboard's Pop Chart (#10 on the same chart for 1982's "Twilight Zone"). 'Moontan' was also would be the first and only album to be certified Gold by the RIAA. After all, since 1973, no one album would be certified Gold like 'Moontan' (for example 'Grab It for a Second', 'Cut', 'N.E.W.S.', etc.).
Submitted by: Wisnu Aji
"i,"Meshuggah - Length: 21:00
Submitted by: Evan
"Future,"Paramore - Length: 7:52
As with other longest songs that released earlier, this is their longest song from their eponymous album released in 2013. This song is also rarely using fade-out and fade-in effect that not used in any pop songs.
Submitted by: Wisnu Aji
"Future,"Paramore - Length: 7:52
As with other longest songs that released earlier, this is their longest song from their eponymous album released in 2013. This song is also rarely using fade-out and fade-in effect that not used in any pop songs.
Submitted by: Wisnu Aji

What A Band is Best Known For (aside from their music) -> Latest Entries

"29 Palms," Rob Preuss (Spoons)
When Rob Preuss was 15 he joined the Spoons but he needed permission from Liquor Control, The Musicians Union and his mother to be in the bars and the clubs where the Spoons were playing
The contract that Was signed by Rob's mother stipulated that he wasn't allowed to be at the bar area or consume any alcoholic beverages. That he was only allowed in the backstage and on stage areas. This contract was for musicians who are under age but still wanted to play with a band.
Submitted by: Celeste

Songs for Commercials, That Haven't Been Done Yet -> Latest Entries

Hooked On A Feeling by BJ Thomas/Blue Swede used for Red Lobster/Long John Silver's Submitted by: old
This Is My Rifle by Combichrist used for Army Recruitment Submitted by: Rynn

Bad Choices for On Hold Music -> Latest Entries

"Designated Drinker," Alan Jackson and George Strait Alcoholics Anonymous Edward
"It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett Alcoholics Anonomous ???

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song -> Latest Entries

"Who Are You?," The Who
"Designated Drinker," Alan Jackson and George Strait
"Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?," Chicago
"It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett
"What Time is it?," High School Musical 2 Cast
"It's 5 o' Clock Somewhere," Alan Jackson/Jimmy Buffet
"Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?," Chicago
"It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett

Song Title Space Change -> Latest Entries

"Dance To Night" originally "Dance Tonight," Lucy Pearl
Submitted by: Wanda Pierce
"Pepper Mint Patty" originally "Peppermint Patty," Vince Guaraldi
Submitted by: Blake Dreary

Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

Return Frank anagram of Frank Turner Submitted by: Wanda Pierce
No Alley, Etc. anagram of Lee Clayton Submitted by: Rick Atoni
Phone Rim anagram of Morphine Submitted by: Frederick Gale
Meanly Motors anagram of Taylor Momsen Submitted by: Wanda Pierce
A new name for a car dealership?

Song Title Acrostics -> Latest Entries

SAD: "Snowflakes Are Dancing," Kurt Vile
Submitted by: Sweet Anne

Song Title Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

"Silly Band, Ooh!" originally "Billy And Sue" by B.J. Thomas
Submitted by: Bambi (one with a gall bladder)
"Silly and Boo" originally "Billy and Sue" by B.J. Thomas and the Triumphs
Submitted by: Cotton Lorraine
"Taking Mack By Brave" originally "Taking Back My Brave" by Carolyn Dawn Johnson
Submitted by: Bambi (one with a gall bladder)
"Dunlin Calling" originally "London Calling" by The Clash
Dunlin is a kind of sandpiper.
Submitted by: Linda Radnil
"Chart Stoppin'" originally "Start Choppin'" by Dinosaur Jr.
Submitted by: D. Melody Dole, MD
"It's More In The Forning" originally "It's Four In The Morning" by Faron Young
Submitted by: Frederick Gale
"It's More In The Forning" originally "It's Four In The Morning" by Faron Young
Submitted by: Frederick Gale
"Key Walter" originally "The Walker" by Fitz And The Tantrums
Submitted by: D. Melody Dole, MD
"Red Spit On Thick" originally "Spread It On Thick" by The Gentrys
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
"Jule Kirk" originally "Cool Jerk" by The Go-Go's
Submitted by: Rhoda
"Eye Dan A Park" originally "Diana Park" by Hawkwind
Submitted by: Linda Radnil
"Med Dan's Curve" originally "Dead Man's Curve" by Jan And Dean
Submitted by: Linda Radnil
"Flow Snakes Are Dancing" originally "Snowflakes Are Dancing" by Kurt Vile
Submitted by: Bambi (one with a gall bladder)
"Run Last Wide" originally "One Last Ride" by Molly Hatchet
Submitted by: Bambi (one with a gall bladder)
"That Nappy Height" originally "That Happy Night" by The Stanley Brothers
Submitted by: Bambi (one with a gall bladder)
"Never Tell An Angel (When Your Fart's On Hire)" originally "Never Tell An Angel (When Your Heart's On Fire)" by The Stompers
Submitted by: Eva Cave
"One House Torn" originally "One Horse Town" by Thrills
Submitted by: Lefty Lucy
"Brash Course In The Clues" originally "Crash Course In The Blues" by Wildfire
Submitted by: Linda Radnil

Names as a Word Bank -> Latest Entries

Nala's on a jackal. from Alan Jackson Submitted by: Wanda Pierce
Nala's on a jackal. from Alan Jackson Submitted by: Wanda Pierce
Nala from Alan Jackson Submitted by: Wanda Pierce

Band Name Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

The Mochas originally "The Comas"
Bambi (one with a gall bladder)
Reseal originally "C-Real"
D. Melody Dole, MD
Bowels In Hell originally "Howling Bells"
Lefty Lucy
Laurie Dunlin originally "Laurie London"
Dunlin is a kind of sandpiper.
Linda Radnil
Rappy Newts originally "Nappy Roots"
Linda Radnil
Picky Slot originally "Pixie Lott"
John
Light Wyen originally "White Lion"
Lefty Lucy

Lyrics Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

"Little Bitty," Alan Jackson
The Lyrics:
It's all Right to be little bitty
Why:
It's all bite to be little ready
Submitted by: Darius Whitehead

TV and Movies Mentioned in Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)?," Alan Jackson
The Lyrics:
Did you turn off that violent old movie you were watching
And turn on "I Love Lucy" reruns?
Why:
Alan is singing about taking comfort in the old "I Love Lucy" TV show.
Submitted by: Kathy