- Nov 19, 2002
- Reaction score
How do you rate this song? Amusing or an embarrassment? Do you turn the volume up on the radio or hurl a fistful of ammonites at it?
I showed my gf that video with the song - she loved it and ended up watching the video about 10 times. Now whenever one of us gets stressed we start to sing that song and then we can't help but laugh (and then get it stuck in our heads for the rest of the day)Whenever I am having a rotten day, all I have to do is start whistling that song, and I get a big grin on my face...it may be "fluff", but it sure is a great tune for getting happy!
Touche Turtle. He did actually write when he escaped off somewhere while all the chaos was goin on didnt he. I was readin about this in 'postcards from the boys' over christmas. Funny little book that. Were they all sent postcards to each other and he's collaborated a load of his into this book with his thoughts. Guess what I got as a stocking filler!!!I would argue that the song is actually considerably more serious than it seems. With the turmoil the band was in at the time, I'm sure Ringo's sentiments weren't far out of phase with the lyrics. He's certainly singing with a little harsher emotion in his voice than other instances where he sang.
learn summit knew everyday, constrictors with VD . Should keep one foot on the floorcthulhu77 said:The best thing about Live and Let Die was the movie...mostly due to the huge amount of herps in it (including a rare (at that time) Emerald tree boa) and the 7-UP guy with that wicked laugh. Oh yeah, and the hot girls, of course!!!