Dorothy Parker, Writer, John discussed on Q

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How funky is that john the the now susannah melvoin she taught prince a lot but one of the things she taught him about was dorothy parker at this american poet and shortstory writer and essayist who was renowned for her quick wit prints was really eager to get this song recorded but as it turned out as we recording this song i'm recognizing this consul sounds awful the whole thing sounded like it was muffled bike was under a blanket and prince was okay with that it's not that he didn't hear it is that he was cool with it because the song had come to him in a dream so the whole things about this dream state he had a dream a ito me about it he had a you wrote about it you can here when he said he had a dream that he met some one and she had a really quick wit and he really liked that and she tried to seduce him but he said no i'm kinda going with some someone and that was suzanne at that time and now she said well let's take a bath and he says great come liliana pants on that was so that's again prints was a very honest lyric writer and windy what he tells you in this lyric has what he was thinking you really hear his roots on this album and if you listen closely to the ballot of dorothy parker it reads as appear narrative he's telling you a story but that is one funky story what a great trial our final song in this gateway to is sign of the times album is called a door.

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