Listen: Cheryl Cole, Jack, Gerald Lynn discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"Do this done this karaoke, because it's very bad to do karaoke? I didn't realize because there's not very many lyrics to the song my Sharona, and then you have to mime. Air guitar for a really long. I did. Cheryl cole's. Gerald Lynn's got to be real recently karaoke, and there is a two minute break where it's just instrumental and after that, you just say what it's just like a same weird. Like why did I do this over half of the song break the app? It's always the most fun at karaoke me because it's like, okay, how do you vamp in that two minutes? And then you can if you really want to, you know, Jack black it out with your, you know, fake rock. God shit. You can you do that. If you feel like tight one friend of mine, did get nervous on time and just stand up in the middle. No, no stop. Okay. Should we do this? We got to. Queen who stop? Manana. The way it builds, too. These. Yeah. Adding that's good. It feels like that moment in the movie were, like someone's like, oh, I got a real, cool thing to, to, to, to. What is that thing? You do. I know what it's like it's still working drumbeat. It's. It's. Okay. No, inverted maybe, and then a high note in the hook is like such a little peek, every is just like a little moment of ecstasy. Especially when they had the vocal onto it. And it's just like it just happens over and over again. Here's living on top of a cloud for the second of the Trump sound for nineteen seventy nine is very good. Yeah. It definitely feel like I feel like it's not as compressed as so many of the songs we cover from this era are. Yeah. Also, I wanted to tell you forgot to mention they also claim this was written in fifteen minutes. I mean so often, the case that this was the music written in fifteen years was the lyrics. 'cause in fifteen fifteen music, I believe that the lyrics written in fifteen fifty music's only fifteen music's which is just fifteen drafts a song, musically.."