Singing the two lines of lyrics to the 'Mr. tambourine Man' song but changing the second line to 'Smack me in the nuts'. You then proceed to do so. If you don't understand this then refer to the example below.
(Singing) 'Hey!, Mr. Tambourine Man, smack me in the nuts!' BANG! (that was you smacking someone in the nuts)
A band who made all their fame and fortune by never writing their own material, and basically becoming the most famous tribute band ever, even though they are praised for being original. Known for covering almost every Bob Dylan song ever written.
Guy #1: Mr. Tambourine Man is a great song!
Guy#2: Yeah The Byrds fuckin rock bro!
Guy#1: I'm talking about the Bob Dylan version.
Guy#2: Oh, never heard it.
1. n. a drug peddler
2. n. your friendly neighborhood drug dealer
Hey! Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me,
I'm not sleepy and there is no place I'm going to.
A pioneer of folk rock (in its electric sense), and most importantly that fusion, but who is only considered a pioneer by those who don't particularly want to look at what else was going on in the world of music. Awful, awful voice: could be viewed as a soulful voice by his defenders, but even many of his most well-meaning fans will admit that his gravelly, difficult voice isn't his strength.more...
They say his strength is his songwriting. But, as examples, they pull up stuff like "Like A Rolling Stone" and "Mr. Tambourine Man" and "Subterranean Homesick Alien" BUT!
1) Repetitive, dull chord progression. Don't rhyme at all. It'd be OK if what he said made sense. It doesn't. Don't go whinging saying that "it makes sense to the responder, it talks to me, waa waa I was breastfed til I was 17". Most of what Dylan wrote was stream of consciousness or old-fashioned storytelling that, if S o C, is just his thoughts, and honestly, who cares? If old-fashioned storytelling, then he's failed because noone has any idea what the hell he's on about. Quite a story.
2) DOESN'T MAKE SENSE. Mr. Tambourine Man? "In the jingle-jangle morning"? This is not the lyrics of a genius. I'm sorry. What is then, you ask?
Well, maybe, hell, "Now I know how Joan of Arc felt, when the flames rose to her Roman Nose and her walkman started to melt". Funny, anachronistic. Jingle-jangle morning? It sounds like something written on a bad Hallmark card.
3) Subterranean Homesick Blues could, could have b...
The Hebrew name of Methuselah's father. Hanoch, which means "source of enlightenment", "learning", "wisdom", "dedicated", "devoted", "initiating" and "sexier than a human ever ought to be." It is a variant of Enoch, Chanoch, etc. The grandson of Abraham.
Holy mackerel, Andy, there goes Hanoch, the wisest and sexiest dude in human history! Whoopty-wah! Ain't he the man!
1. To deliberately produce something so bad it's good. Creating something genuinely campy would be the perfect shatnerization. While not quite as unachievable as exceeding the speed of light, perfect shatnerization is as difficult as bowling a perfect game.
(Note: This does not infer that Shatner's early musical works are deliberately campy. They do, however, set a standard.)
2. To parody yourself (a la William Shatner's commercials for Priceline).
The "How Berkley Can You Be" parade is a day for Berkleyites to shatnerize themselves.
Newsweek: Doesn't it bother you that your version of "Mr. Tambourine Man" is a camp classic?
William Shatner: ...yes, in the beginning it bothered methat people singled it out and poked fun at it. They didn't know what I was doing. The album, "The Transformed Man" is much more extensive than that song. But since people only heard that song, I went along with the joke.
Newsweek: Uhh...OK Bill.
Sounds like an Irish R&B singer
Irish guy 1:Top of the mornin to you!
Irish guy 2:I Drink guiness
McLovin: im an Irish R&B singer......i also drink guiness *Hic