Wednesday, September 29, 2010

The Fourth or 5th Lyric Analysis. It's Bullshit That I Can't Come Up With More Topics

This time, it's to the tune of "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight" by England Dan and John Ford Coley. Are those wonderful names or what? I wonder if Dan was really from England? Either way, here's what the gal might have said in response to Dan and/or John Ford with the words by the guy being the actual lyrics to the song, and her responses being Dr. Ken's inspired dumb ass words. I'm just going with England Dan for the purpose of this, but maybe the two of them were trying to convince her to participate in some sort of a group thing. Who knows? In any event, here goes.

England Dan: Hello

Her: Oh. Hey. Christ, I never thought I would hear from you again. I actually kind of hoped I wouldn't because . . .

ED: Yeah, it's been a while

Her: Oh, Lord help me. So, what the hell do you, I mean, what have you been up to?

ED: Not much, how about you?

Her: Well, I've been . . . Why do you care? What in the hell do you want, anyway?

ED: I'm not sure why I called

Her: Well, I don't really have time for this, so . . .

ED:
I guess I really just wanted to talk to you
And I was thinkin' maybe later on
We could get together for a while

Her: Listen, England I'm not sure if that's such a good . . .

ED:
It's been such a long time
And I really do miss your smile

Her: No. I absolutely don't want to see you. At all.

ED:
I'm not talking about movin' in
And I don't want to change your life
But there's a warm wind blowin' the stars around
And I'd really love to see you tonight

Her: Whoah! Whoah! Of course you're not moving in. I don't even know why . . . Listen, I gotta go.

ED:
We could go walkin' through a windy park
Take a drive along the beach
Or stay at home and watch TV
You see it really doesn't matter much to me

Her: No. None of those things are an option. Not with you.

ED:
I'm not talking about movin' in
And I don't want to change your life
But there's a warm wind blowin' the stars around
And I'd really love to see you tonight

Her: Really? The same lines? Listen, how is it that you're going to change my life? You're changing my mood perhaps because I"m really pissed off and annoyed, but you really didn't make that much of an impact the first time you were in my life, so . . .

ED:
I won't ask for promises
So you don't have to lie
We've both played that game before
Say I love you then say goodbye

Her: I never said I loved you. Are you shitting me?

ED:
I'm not talking about movin' in
And I don't want to change your life
But there's a warm wind blowin' the stars around
And I'd really love to see you tonight

Her: Yeah, there you go again about the warm winds. Listen, I'm hanging up.

Ed:
I'm not talking about movin' in
And I don't want to change your life
But there's a warm wind blowin' the stars around
And I'd really love to see you tonight

Her: Yeah. Great. Goodbye, British Dan.

(Click)

9 comments:

Mr. Shife said...

Well I will definitely chuckle when I hear this song again. I love your analysis Dr. Ken and think they are welcome addition to your blog. Take care buddy, and have a great weekend.

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Shife: Thanks, partner. This song really is craptastic, right? But I bet, like me, you leave it on when it comes on the radio.

Heff said...

Rick James, bitch !!!

radioactive girl said...

I don't love the song but I do listen to it when it's on and don't change it. I sometimes sing along to the song too and I want you to know that it has been stuck in my head since this morning when I first read this and didn't have time to comment. That's what reminded me to come back and actually leave a comment just now.

What I do love? The mustaches (or mustachio...that rhymes with pistachio, as my son calls them), hair and I guess the entire look they have. Awesome! I love that at one time people walked around like this for real. (please don't mess with me and tell me you dress/look like this now or I'll feel like a jerk)

Spiky Zora Jones said...
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Spiky Zora Jones said...

hello there, it's been a while since I've heard that song. what is that...70s. look at the collar on that jacket?

Wha-hey!

i know what this song is...it's a booty call song.

say it...come on you know it is...listen to the words.

I've almost used the same words when I wanted some....um, you know.

*wink-wink*

Later sweets. xxx

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Heff: Huh? I love that Chappelle sketch, but I don't get where it ties in. Maybe I'm not being smart today . . .

Radio: That's actually exactly how I look. I kind of kick ass. I actually call up girls and ask if I could see them tonight too. Again, I'm an ass kicker.

Spikey: Yeah, but he's kind of a sissy-boy booty caller, or maybe he's a genius? We all say things like, "I'd really like to see you," when what we really mean is, "I'd really like to shag you." Whatever's clever.

Miss Organizized said...

HA!! Oh man, this was most excellent! I have a friend who thought the lyric was "I'm not talkin' bout my linens." Along with "Rock me Amadeus" being "Rock me Apple Danish," as well as "Precious and few are the moments we Toucans share." She even started making tshirts with these:
mom's strange blog

So yeah there's a blog topic??

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Miss Orgo: I actually did a misunderstood lyrics page once. I rather like the line about the linens. That's not usually something one brags about to chicks, but hey, what do I know? I mean, I've never tried it. Yet . . .