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arcadia commented on the word where do you go to my lovely
Are there actually any other verses to this song? Oh yes:
I wanna know!
December 4, 2008
plethora commented on the word where do you go to my lovely
There's quite a bit more to the song, actually.
bilby commented on the word where do you go to my lovely
Goes on forever, from memory.
Yes, it does drag on, slightly.
sarra commented on the word where do you go to my lovely
Hah, my memory of it is quite the same.
Is that the same song, though, plethora?
It's the only song I'm aware of with this line in it.
I've just listened to the Sarstedt song for the first time. Oh, how lovely, how French. Despite not being such!
Unfortunately, this is the one arcadia and I had in mind…
Ah, but that's "Where do you go (My Lovely)?"
This page says "Where do you go to my lovely?"
There's a difference, silly :P
That No Mercy song is awful, though.
No Mercy is ... apt.
I know… I was following Ms/Mr A, though!
--Sarra, thank you, yes, that's the one I thought was being quoted. Never seen the video before now but how appropriate your use of the word "unfortunately". I'm still laughing. (Oh, and it's "Mrs.)
--Bilby, Yeah, it's always great when a band's name is "apt". ...Anybody have a list like THAT yet? (Bands with fitting names they wouldn't want to admit fit).
December 5, 2008
--plethora, there may be a difference in which song it is, but there's not a difference in the question being asked. Ooo, ooo, time to plug my forthcoming list of grammatical redundancies...
gangerh commented on the word where do you go to my lovely
I know the thoughts that surround you.
Speaking of band names, let's not forget these doozies!
Ah, bilby, thanks for dusting off my prized list! Sadly, those are all madeupical.
December 6, 2008
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