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The indefinite article before words beginning with «h»

You have letters - now what do you do with them?

Postby Bailey » Fri Jun 15, 2007 2:52 pm

slugger, I like the tagline, oh yes. I always wondered about that, while howing over the line in Rocky Raccoon, "they were in the next room at the hoedown." As if a hoe down can be had in a room. Doncha think they'dda put the hoe down, Before they got to the Hotel?

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Postby skinem » Fri Jun 15, 2007 4:55 pm

Sluggo, I like the tagline as well. Always wondered about some of his lyrics, though...
"Someone's knocking at the door, someone's ringing the bell. Someone's knocking at the door, someone's ringing the bell. Do me a favor? Open the door and let them in."

Obviously has talent...making hit songs out of mundane things...
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Postby sluggo » Fri Jun 15, 2007 5:01 pm

skinem wrote:Sluggo, I like the tagline as well. Always wondered about some of his lyrics, though...
"Someone's knocking at the door, someone's ringing the bell. Someone's knocking at the door, someone's ringing the bell. Do me a favor? Open the door and let them in."

Obviously has talent...making hit songs out of mundane things...


Yup, a genius melodicist, but that verse makes abundantly clear what he needed John Lennon for.

And don't even get me started on "my love does it good..."
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Postby melissa » Fri Jun 29, 2007 8:58 pm

sluggo wrote:Good question. I exaggerated; it's not really a scream but more of an howl.


An 'owl you say? more like an 'oot, eh guvnah?
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