This is about bronies. They communicate by stomping.
norman fell. pick him up. mr. ropers. i'm mr. roped. please don't push. i'm so scared. everybody's so good looking in the republic banana. (na na na na na na na na wa pa bada badaloop ba ba ba ba wa pa bada badaloop ba ba ba.) i've been humming your jingle. i've been chanting your slogan. but i must've missed your alibi. (buy buy buy buy buy buy.) i recognize your billboard. but i must've missed your alibi. (buy buy buy buy buy buy buy sell sell buy buy buy buy buy buy wa pa bada badaloop ba ba ba ba wa pa bada badaloop ba ba ba bye bye.) if i could do anything. if i could do anything in your world i'd be doing nothing.
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@[Diderik:33655] "Your a holiday!" Was a popular term used in the 50s/60s to compliment someone on their all around. For example, not only are they beautiful, but they are fun and kind too ... just an all around "holiday". I think your first comment is closer to being accurate. The singer/song writers state "Millions of eyes can see, yet why am i so blind!? When the someone else is me, its unkind its unkind". I believe hes referring to the girl toying with him and using him. He wants something deeper with her, thats why he allows himself to be as a puppet (even though for her fun and games) as long as it makes her happy. But he knows deep down that she doesnt really want to be serious with him and thats what makes him.
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This song was originally written by a guy called Peter Gutteridge. He was one of the founders of the "Dunedin Sound" a musical scene in the south of New Zealand in the early 80s. From there it was covered by "The Clean" one of the early bands of that scene (he had originally been a member of in it's early days, writing a couple of their best early songs). The Dunedin sound, and the Clean became popular on american college radio in the mid to late 80s. I guess Yo La Tengo heard that version. Great version of a great song,
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