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'First I'll do some covers, then I'll play some derivative, cliche-ridden original material.'
'Darlin', what's an adjective for a two-timin', heart-breakin' outlaw that rhymes with iPod?'
'Here's one I didn't write... I never learned... and can't play.'
The Quack Quack Diaries: Quack Quack Writes A Top Ten Hit
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'This one writes some fine lyrics, and the other one has composed some beautiful music, but they just done't seem to hit it off as collaborators.'
They changed their tunes.
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"Here's a little song I wrote in prison. Actually, I was at Motor Vehicle renewing my license, but it SEEMED like prison."
"Well, we've for the melody down now, but I'm still not sure about the part where it goes, '...and they call the wind Dorcas Schnickelbaum.'"
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Office of Lyrics You Can't Understand
'1970, London-Pete Townshend just hours before he'd pen 'won't get fooled again.''
'I could have been the next Neil Young, but my ol' man made me take singing lessons.'
'...Let's write a song all about the evils of material wealth. After all, that last one netted us a bloody fortune!'
'I can't write cheating songs because my wife's too insecure.'
'This next song is called Reindeer farts in my face all night.'
Your new hymn seems to be about your sports car and guitar! Yes, it's my take on 'All Things Bright and Beautiful'.
"This next song is just a song. Try not to read anything into it."
Tin Pan Alley - There May Be Trouble Ahead