Friday, May 04, 2007

Name that Lyric: Episode LI

Well, I guess it's time to start... Who wants to go first... Anyone ?...Anyone ?...Bueller ?...Okay, then i guess I'll start...This isn't easy, but I guess you all know that, don't you ?

Deep breaths...deep breaths...Okay, here we go...I think I first realized that I had a problem with lava lamps while I was in college...It seemed that everybody had one..And at first I thought that was fine, but then I started realizing that I was very uncomfortable around them...My throat would get dry, I would start to get really hungry, I would giggle uncontrollably,and sometimes I would even start to hallucinate...It was so weird, and it only seemed to happen when I was around lava lamps.

But then I noticed that it would happen around blacklights as well. And if anyone played the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Moby Grape or the Allman Brothers...And their would often be people wearing tie-dyes and beads and smelling of patchouli oil...But the one constant was the lava lamp, and that's when I knew that the dry mouth, the giggles, the munchies, they were all part of an allergic reaction to lava lamps.

Whoah, it feels good to get that out.

Onto the game:

No winner from last week. Nobody remembered that

"You may change a dollar bill
but let me tell you one time
You won't change the way I feel"

was from "You Can't Change That" by Raydio.

Onto this week's lyric:

"That night over at Johnny's place
Well this chick got up and she slapped Johnny's face
Man we just fell about the place
If that chick don't want to know, forget her"

Good luck, Crimestoppers !!


Kristi said...

The boys are back in town...Thin Lizzy.


Paticus said...

Kristi- thanks for stopping by,a nd for playing !!
Alas, I cannot reveal the correct answer until NEXT Friday !

Mark said...

Ah, Phil Lynott. Another heroin casualty in rock history.

c2 said...

When I was in high school/college, it seemed like that song would always be on the radio when I got in my boyfriend's car. I never particularly liked it, and wonder now if it was an omen about our doomed relationship.