Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Captain pl1ngpl0ng, Oct 10, 2020.
What year was that made? I find it fascinating.
Me too. Or maybe I just need to put my head-phones on.
Okay. Here goes.
I had to look it up (I don't always have the greatest memory for that kind of thing), but it looks like it is from 2003.
That makes them puppies, the original recording was early 80's. Gawd...I'm gettin' old.
No guesses yet?
How about Look Out Behind? Or perhaps Look Out Behind You, since it seems more grammatically correct.
Looking Out My Back Door by CCR?
You got it. Bravo!
Unlike me/myself and I, CCR never gets old.
Hail To The Chief
Indeed! Your turn.
I'm going to guess there's a song called Here Comes the Sun. No idea who sings it.
As to how I got it... "here" and "come" were pretty straight-forward from the clues, and "here comes" seemed to be a natural construction from those words. So I was trying to think of a song with that in the title, and I remembered a line in a song that included the phrase "here comes the sun" in the chorus. However, I quickly realized that wasn't the title of the song I was thinking of, because it was actually Gimme Sympathy by Metric:
Now, I know that Gimme Sympathy is not the answer to the puzzle. But, the actual line in the song is: "Come on baby play me something like here comes the sun", so Here Comes the Sun must be a song title! And since the clues seem to fit (son / sun), that's what I'm going with.
And if I'm right, it's all thanks to Metric!
You guessed it!
@Avro Arrow it's your turn.
@Avro Arrow : I think we all need to pitch in and buy you a Beatles album.
I'm a cheap-ass, but I'll donate.
It was a Beatles song? *I* got a Beatles song?! Oh, snap!
(I guess it makes sense, since the song referenced the Beatles by name in the chorus too (along with the Rolling Stones).)
OK, this one should be super easy, barely an inconvenience:
And yes, I know this song was covered too, but for once, I am actually thinking of the original version!
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