's, "Ring Them Bells"
Ring them bells so the world will know that God is one.
How can bell-ringing prove that "God is one?" Also, is it implied that "God is a bell"?
Submitted by: Karen Smith
He got out 3 years from now
Inconsistent tense; this line shifts from past ("got out") to future ("3 years from now").
Submitted by: Mr. Critic
Oh what a night
you know I didn't even know her name?
But I was never going to be the same
What a lady! What a night
Umm? You can recall the date of the night that you slept with her but you didn't even bother to learn what her name was beforehand?
Submitted by: Celeste
Darling you can count on me,
til the sun dries up the sea
Well if the sun gets that close, we'll all be dead! Imagine making out, and while doing so, the sun gets too close all of a sudden and crisps you to a cinder while still embraced. I guess it would be kind of like Mount Vesuvius. Even so, it doesn't make sense for them to suggest that.
Submitted by: Marian
Love was when I loved you
Submitted by: Captain Obvious
iscup handra huta hishki
icup handra huta hi
icup hanti husic handra huta hila
kosaba handro uish kindro aya
- or -
iko pa handra hoo kuh-haish kay
iko pa handra hoo kuh hay
iko pantsee hootsee kandra roo hoota ra hindra
ko saba handa ruish kendro wya
The above is the reason these lyrics don't make any sense. What language is this? And what do these words mean? This part of the song -- spoken at about the 3-minute mark -- has baffled me for years, and I'm sure other people wonder about it as well. Still, I find it rather laughable in a sense. (Note to the editor: This is not spam; these are just two possible transcriptions of the lyrics which I got from songfacts.com.)
Submitted by: Quyjibo
Flippin' to the 'A' Side
Livin' on the B Side
Nothin' on the B side
Lovin' on the wayside
To the 'A' side
It makes no sense what context they are using the terms for, because flipping between the A and B sides implies listening to either a record or a cassette tape.
Submitted by: sundog
And doing things I can't even talk about
Actually, the First Amendment says you can.
Submitted by: Amanda
Foxy Brown and Nas', "Affirmative Action"
32 grams raw, chop it in half, get 16
We got 48, which means a whole lot of cream
Divide the profit by four, subtract it by eight
We back to 16
O.M.FG! This is the worst attempt at math ever! Moral of the story kids: if you're studying for a math test, do NOT, under ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, ask Foxy Brown to help you!
Submitted by: Tom Daly
It's not unusual to go out at any time,
But when I see you out and about it's such a crime.
Is either the singer or the addressee or both an escaped convict? No such thing is implied by any other part of the song, but that is pretty much what it would take for any crime to be implied in the addressee's being out and about or the singer's being out and about to see the addressee out and about. The crime in that cad would be breaking out of prison, bot nothing about the song makes sense of any such inference, so the lines are for that reason nonsensical.
Submitted by: Karen Smith