"Bluetime" as written by and Eric Elbogen....
She'll go head to head if you want to
She got endorsements from Namco
She ain't afraid of no nothing
She ain't afraid of no ghosts

You go for the board, she goes for the points
And everything aches on you in the morning
And she gets so far they don't change to Bluetime
They just turn around

Yeah, okay, she's a pretty good player
Sue's harmless but Blinky's the sneak
She got pretty good first levels
One four six hundred

You go for the board, she goes for the points
And everything aches on you in the morning
And she gets so far they don't change to Bluetime
They just turn around, they just turn around, they just turn around




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"Bluetime" as written by Eric Elbogen

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    General CommentThis is a pretty sick song about pac man. Namco is the creator of pac man, of course, which is a game about running away from the ghosts to eat up all the dots (she ain't afraid of no ghosts).

    You go for the boards, she goes for the points --This is two different styles of playing pac man, either to get through levels or to get high scores. While some people once they hit "bluetime" when the ghosts turn blue and you can then eat THEM, some players will use this time to scavenge the last of the dots on the map to get to the next level, or "go for the boards." The girl who Eric sings about, however, goes for the points to eat the ghosts. She ain't afraid of no nothing.

    Blinky is also the red monster in pac man, the fastest who can slip through the sides of the map and sneak to get pac man.
    577048on February 25, 2008   Link
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    General Commentwow thanks alot 577048 i never would have seen that connection. Say Hi To Your Mom is such a great band.
    acenineon July 14, 2008   Link

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