Monday, 7 May 2012

Tuesday Long Song Titles

Get your shouts in! I will try and re-tweet some!

I am going with:

 the Smiths - Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want

Mozz - The More You Ignore Me The Clsoer I Get

34 comments:

  1. Do you have to be Morrisseys no 1 fan to run a blog

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  2. Marilyn Manson - 'Doll-Dagga Buzz-Buzz Ziggety-Zag

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  3. "You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything (Even Take the Dog for a Walk, Mend a Fuse, Fold Away the Ironing Board, or Any Other Domestic Shortcomings) / The Faces

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  4. You might not have enough characters for that last tweet

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  5. Cody Black - 'Stop Trying To Do What You See Your Neighbor Do' (I get my favourite Southern Soul recommendations courtesy of tweets by Eli 'Paperboy' Reed)

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    1. Will you be my friend?

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    2. Not wishing to be offhand, but none of these "friend" requests come from me.

      They seem to be this blog's running gag.

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  6. 'I've Forgotten What It was In You That Put The Need In Me' - Maria McKee

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  7. start again

    I Love You But I Don't Know What to Say - Ryan Adams

    To the Ghosts Who Write History Books - the Low Anthem

    Nobody Knows You When You're Down & Out - Derek & the Dominos

    The Loneliest night of My Life Came Calling - Malcolm Middleton

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  8. You can have a fifth gaie. Adam torched the BCC in the shadow of the sugarloaf did he not?

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  9. I think this is lovely...

    'Rene and Georgette Magritte With Their Dog After The War' - Paul Simon

    Ooh! goal number 4 for Hibs...how unusual! Wish I'd taken that spare ticket now.

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    1. Thats the first moderation. No fitba talk Ross.

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    2. hahahaha...sorry Mr Mac...it just slipped out!

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  10. Patrick McCafferty7 May 2012 at 22:05

    Mind if I join in ?
    I knew the bride when she used to rock and roll = Dave edmunds
    Ever fallen in love with someone you have fallen in love with = buzzcocks
    There's a guy works down the chipshop swears he's elvis = Kirsty mcoll
    I guess thats why they call it the blues = Elton john

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    1. Patrick McCafferty7 May 2012 at 22:09

      Ever fallen in love with someone you 'shouldn't' have fallen in love with
      My apologies

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  11. Good to see you Patrick. The more the merrier

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    1. you're right, paolo


      Win My Train Fare Home (If I Ever get Lucky) - Robert Plant

      I Feel Like I'm Fixing to Die Rag - Country Joe & the Fish

      Keep your Lamps Trimmed and Burning - Hot Tuna

      Open Up the Watergate (Let the Sunshine in) - Bert Jansch

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    2. hmm, only tried to correct a typo not remove an offensive comment!

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    3. Adam_from_Rio7 May 2012 at 22:49

      No he's no! There's a revised BCC for this Blog on the way, but many of the items from the last, now slightly charred copy, remain the same.
      Norrie has already asked that nae fitbaw talk be included along with no links to songs and moaning about not getting requests played.

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  13. Adam_from_Rio7 May 2012 at 22:52

    How do we know people are who they say they are?

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    1. Adam_from_Reo7 May 2012 at 23:04

      Cause it says yer name on yer post

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  14. folks, I sent an e-mail this morning - which is probably the way I'll send in my songs unless I find that texting's the only way to get noticed - exhibitionist? moi?

    and this is what I said: 'I guess, being positive, I should say a massive thank you for giving us the blog in the first place. I've made real friends there, had a great laugh and found some amazing music. I know we've all descended into utter nonsense at times, done a whean o' moanin' - but you know it's because we feel so strongly about the show. It was a sudden and unexpected blow to have the rug pulled from under our feet on Friday without word of warning or mention of the contribution that bloggers had made. This means of communication and dialogue is important to me and having met most of the people on the blog, I know that what we are in life as we are on the blog - a bunch of people who enjoy each other's company.
    I don't think it's hugely conceited to suggest that our contribution has helped shape the show in some respects - while the kind of discussion the blog enabled is simply not possible on facebook. In a show where we choose the music you've chosen to ditch the one means of considered listener input.'

    I know, Mr Moderator, I just need to get over myself. :0)

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  15. I don't see any point in further communication with them. They never play the stuff anyway and I usually find the show annoying. Likewise little point in listing songs here. The party's over.

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    1. Adam_from_Rio8 May 2012 at 14:44

      Och I dont know, Glen. If one of the plusses of the Blog was the exchange of song ideas, whether they were played or not, then listing here still has a point.
      Not sure how Norrie passing them on works though. Seems a lot of work for the man to take on. Maybe Gaie's Way is the way and we email our suggestions in as well as posting them here. It might also be interesting to start storing the playlists somewhere on here and see how we perform in terms of shouts.

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    2. You're right - I've been a fool. Let's start right now:


      Fat Bottomed Girls - Queen

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    3. Glen, how come you've gone all red?

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  16. Hello there!

    Joe Jackson - "You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want)"

    Magazine - "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)"

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  17. George Jones Talkin' Cell Phone Blues / Drive-By Truckers


    Win Place or Show She's a Winner / The Intruders

    and thinking of no one in particular

    Shiftless Shady Jealous Kind of People / O'Jays

    Al.

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  18. Manic Street Preachers - "(It's Not War) Just the End of Love"

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  19. Ah good, that's it.

    regardez youse

    henri

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