Monday, February 28, 2005

TODAY'S WORDS TO LIVE BY

Good morning starshine
the earth says hello
you twinkle above us
we twinkle below

good morning starshine
you lead us along
my love and me
as we sing our early morning singing song

gliddy glub gloopy
nibby nabby noopy
la la la - lo lo
sabba sibbi sabba
nooby aba naba
lee lee - lo lo
tooby ooby wala
nooby aba naba
early morning singing song

from the musical "Hair", sung by Oliver

Now that this song is playing in your head, HAVE A GREAT DAY!!

8 Comments:

Blogger J. Marquis said...

LOL! LOL! Thanks for printing those lyrics... I've always wondered what they were saying in the chorus. What a glooby song!

11:51 AM  
Blogger Snave said...

You're welcome, as always!

I know, those I lyrics I can really glub onto.

I firmly believe they may be some of the worst lyrics ever written, and they may come from one of the worst musicals of all time!

I love bad music and bad lyrics, so you may want to stay tuned for more of such nonsense!

12:48 PM  
Blogger tescosuicide said...

Sorry dude, it didn't take :lol:

6:45 PM  
Blogger Busty Wilde said...

Thanks...you have a great day too!

8:54 AM  
Blogger Lizzy said...

I think you are secretly infatuated with the song.

9:06 AM  
Blogger Snave said...

Tesco... sorry, man! I'll try again soon with some other songs.

BW: heeheehee!

Lizzy: You have the ability to read me like a book. I admit it. I AM infatuated with that song... now my secret is out!! There are others I count as guilty pleasures, and I have plans for subjecting you all to a number of them in the future.

I have always tended to love stuff that is tacky and tasteless. If the mere act of listening to such a song causes me to blush with a feeling of embarrassment because of the... AWFULNESS of it, or if my face contorts in a rictus of anguish and horror... then I DO truly love the song.

That is not to say I love crap currently on mainstream radio, or that I love modern country music... The difference between "tacky bad" and "just plain bad"? I think that's pretty easy... "Tacky bad" is GOOD in my book, but "just plain bad" is just plain bad.

1:33 PM  
Blogger Snave said...

Some example (and these are just my opinions, mind you):

Tacky bad: Johnathan Richman
Just plain bad: Toby Keith

Tacky bad: The Flying Lizards
Just plain bad: Josie and the Pussycats
(both bands did a version of "Money)

Tacky bad: Spinal Tap
Just plain bad: lots of hair/metal bands

Tacky bad: some of Tom Jones' stuff
Just plain bad: Rick Astley

Tacky bad: "Cannibal! The Musical"
Just plain bad: "Hair" the musical, except for "Good Morning Starshine, of course

1:39 PM  
Blogger Sheryl said...

I know what you mean by tacky bad versus just plain bad.

I was just talking to someone about this Australian movie called "Wog Boy" that I saw a few years back. I normally hate slapstick, but it's stupid in an interesting sort of way.

Man, I lay back on the internet the last few days and there are million new posts. That should keep me busy. :-)

4:26 PM  

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