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#47:Glenn Campbell's Greatest Hits: "WEEKEND PIRATE" http://bit.ly/12Y4ke - A upbeat song of pillaging, plundering, etc.
— Mon Apr 27 2009 23:20 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#60:Katy Perry's "Hot n Cold" song isn't talking about Bipolar Disorder. Instead she's describing Borderline Personality Disorder.
— Wed Apr 29 2009 01:04 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#66:Passing through "Flatland" Nebraska on I-80. Here's my song on the topic from a few months ago: http://www.kilroycafe.com/songs/flatland
— Wed Apr 29 2009 18:17 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#272:The restriction on Twitter is 140 characters. On songs, it is 3-4 minutes. That's your message space.
— Wed May 20 2009 10:26 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#276:You can't sing the same song over and over with real feeling. Only the first few times are genuine; it's acting after that.
— Wed May 20 2009 15:05 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#277:Why do singer-songwriters perform at all? They need the money! Committed artists would be creating new material, not rehashing the old.
— Wed May 20 2009 16:46 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#287:I've just released a new original song, "BLOOD ON THE WINDSHIELD" http://bit.ly/196LYg Concerns a miscarriage of justice in Louisiana.
— Thu May 21 2009 03:00 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#296:My favorite song you've probably never heard: "Houdini's Box" by Jill Sobule http://bit.ly/hutQJ - Simple and haunting.
— Thu May 21 2009 12:43 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#298:#1 best existential song: "Desperado" by the Eagles. Lyrics: http://bit.ly/yY6j6
— Thu May 21 2009 17:35 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#299:#2 best existential song: "Let It Be" by the Beatles. The philosophy can be misused, but still a powerful three words.
— Thu May 21 2009 17:42 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#300:#3 best existential song: "The Sound of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel. Lyrics: http://bit.ly/1nsD9k One of many "emptiness" songs by Simon.
— Thu May 21 2009 17:52 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#337:Boundaries are the subject of one of my songs: "This is Where I Begin" http://bit.ly/Cm1tj No you can't come over this side.
— Fri May 22 2009 14:56 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#460:A tragic country music song (yet to be written): Already belong to someone else when the right one comes along.
— Mon Jun 01 2009 09:33 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#484:Music is the subcarrier of language. Before an infant knows any words, he learns the song of his language. Music is a side effect.
— Wed Jun 03 2009 18:59 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#525:Everyone worships the singer who sang the song and the actor who starred in the movie, while the person who wrote their words is forgotten.
— Sat Jun 06 2009 01:06 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#609:The Beatles invented musical irony. Before that, popular songs expressed only bland, conventional emotions.
— Thu Jun 11 2009 00:54 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#662:A great song is great after only a single recorded performance. Once it's been nailed, there's no creative purpose in performing it again.
— Sat Jun 13 2009 21:40 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#663:There is only one reason an artist would perform the same song over and over: money. Otherwise, they should be creating new songs.
— Sat Jun 13 2009 21:45 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#770:2000 Greeks singing a Beatles song in unison.
— Sun Jun 21 2009 19:15 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#897:Michael, Elvis, Whitney, Britney, Madonna - they must be deep and wise because their songs are good. Get real!
— Thu Jul 09 2009 15:10 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#934:Think of "Sound of Silence" by S&G. Simple, word-driven song. You don't need a band or agent. The song stands on its own.
— Wed Jul 15 2009 10:47 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#993:If a sentimental dipshit like Manilow can write the songs, I can too! http://lovestrangely.com
— Sun Jul 26 2009 10:29 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1196:Good songs are 3 minutes long. Longer, and they sound repetitive. Shorter, and the listener feels cheated.
— Sun Aug 16 2009 15:15 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1240:A song consists of lyrics sung by the human voice. Instrumental music is only a supporting character.
— Fri Aug 21 2009 03:03 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1247:Some of the most trite and empty song lyrics come from @johncmayer - although they sound good at first.
— Sat Aug 22 2009 04:57 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1269:I have just released my first love song (albeit a bit obsessive): "Can't Stop Thinkin" - http://bit.ly/91Nca
— Mon Aug 24 2009 00:40 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1278:We may remember Madonna's bustier or KISS' face paint, but whether we sing the song to ourselves 10 years later depends only on the sound.
— Mon Aug 24 2009 18:43 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1281:An unhealthy diet of music is playing the same songs over and over. A better mix is the ambient music all around you that you don't control.
— Mon Aug 24 2009 18:46 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1317:When the Edmund Fitzgerald set sail, the crew could never have imagined their journey would result in one of the longest songs on Earth.
— Wed Aug 26 2009 23:05 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1425:Anyone can play "Guitar Hero". Almost no one can write decent songs that others want to sing.
— Thu Sep 10 2009 09:10 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1690:Definition of the word "colitas" in the song "Hotel California" http://bit.ly/2eeibS (The Straight Dope)
— Tue Nov 17 2009 16:22 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1892:20th Century History: Woodward & Bernstein were a composer/songwriter team who produced such classics as West Side Story and Sound of Music.
— Tue Dec 22 2009 13:40 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2111:A great movie (or book or song or life experience) is one that you wake up at night thinking about, years after you saw it.
— Wed Jan 27 2010 09:16 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2175:You can grasp a song without hearing it, a movie without seeing it and a language without speaking it, if you understand it's structure.
— Tue Feb 02 2010 18:31 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2971:On my bucket list: Listen to an entire country song from start to finish and take its advice to heart.
— Wed Apr 28 2010 19:06 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#3094:Listening to Billy Joel's "Always a Woman". The classic song of the psycho bitch enabler.
— Wed Jun 02 2010 20:19 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#3340:Elvis: He could sing a song. He seemed to have sex appeal. Did he have any talent otherwise? A religious figure mainly. Our Fatima.
— Wed Jul 14 2010 01:55 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#3386:There's no great song that can't be murdered by Muzak.
— Mon Jul 19 2010 07:57 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#3617:Elvis supposedly changed music, but he wrote none of his own songs, so didn't the writers actually change music? Wasn't Elvis a fraud?
— Fri Aug 27 2010 10:13 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#3619:Before you worship a singer for how their song touched you, shouldn't you ask if they actually wrote the song?
— Fri Aug 27 2010 10:41 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar

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