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"[Cheers]. Eagle."

"Fault"

"Gentlemen, good luck."

"65 Thursday."

�Because I � just, he kept calling me at night, all hours of the night, calling my husband, my brother, calling me every day; he�s after me, and I � I was devastated I was without a job, without a salary, I was trying to get unemployment and I was told it first kicks in after a few weeks, and I was busy looking for another job, and I also have a heart condition, and I told him I have a heart condition, I said, �Here take a few dollars, I�m sorry this happened to you, just � but just leave me alone, I�m not the person who, deposited the check.��

"I love you. I LOVE you."

"Rainbow. All the music is the rainbow."



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Enjoy Your Worries, You May Never Have Them Again song meanings
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    General CommentWhat does it say after this clip ‘Here take a few dollars, I’m sorry this happened to you, just – but just leave me alone, I’m not the person who, deposited the check.’” ?

    I think it says "STOP! Money." I am not sure about the second word. I really like that part of the song though. If you listen carefully to the above mentioned sound clip you can help a quiet male voice mimicking the clip. Whenever I listen to it makes me think that the male who is mimicking the clip gets fed up with hearing about the lady's problems, and yells stop to silence her.
    Danielthyon May 02, 2008   Link
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    General Comment“Because I – just, he kept calling me at night, all hours of the night, calling my husband, my brother, calling me every day; he’s after me, and I – I was devastated I was without a job, without a salary, I was trying to get unemployment and I was told it first kicks in after a few weeks, and I was busy looking for another job, and I also have a heart condition, and I told him I have a heart condition, I said, ‘Here take a few dollars, I’m sorry this happened to you, just – but just leave me alone, I’m not the person who, deposited the check.’”

    I'm almost possitive this clip is from a movie untitled Crazy Love. It was a documentary about a obsessive, in a sense dangerous, relationship. The silent voice of the man in the background is also from this movie.
    brittanyeveon June 19, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThey left out the part about

    "Uh Myself, April, Tammy and Brad"

    Which goes on after the lady with the heart condition's rant....... JUST SAYING.
    Tesseraeon December 29, 2009   Link
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    General Comment"I love you, I love--" is from the film Alphaville. It cuts off at the end because the character speaking has a heart attack.
    mishyshellyon July 23, 2010   Link
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    General CommentTraveling on public transport whilst listening to this song, you can cast people for the vocal parts. There is always a fit I tell you.
    aplaceforparkson January 05, 2011   Link
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    General Commenti never really knew what to take from this song. the books are pretty difficult to analyze because most of there music are samples... but one day, the title got to me, "enjoy your worries, you may never have them again". I think it simply means to enjoy (not in teh sense of "to take pleasure in" but a bit more like "utilize" your worries (the things you worry about), because if you don't, they might come true, and thus, you will never have them again.
    thefiddlehackson July 24, 2006   Link
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    General Commentdoes anyone know the rest of the words in this song?
    angina_callson April 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe other words, particularly the ones at the end are in Chinese, I believe.

    Anyway, I think the song is about memories--their parallel to changing channels on the television is not accidental, rather it serves as a commentary to how the barrier between memory (humanity) and media (technology) is porous, how technology is reflection of humanity.

    The samples could reflect the incidental nature of human interaction and the content shows a contrast between social circumstances, that between the affluence of the golfers and the poverty of the woman.

    Then again, who the hell knows?
    huyon February 16, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWe worry about the things we care about
    spreadeagle135on March 06, 2008   Link
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    General Commentanybody have any idea where that long sample of that woman is from, or perhaps they just created it for the song?
    the8eson April 14, 2008   Link

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