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LOL. This is priceless. Fox just showed Husker band playing the rolling stones classis "You Make A Grown Man Cry". How appropriate
And now the Wiscy band is playing "Satisfaction"
"Those fans are in for a world of hurt...they've never gone up against a premium message board fan base like ours."-Vim
Reasonably sure the song is entitled Start Me Up.
Anyone. Anyplace. Anytime.
They are playing Start Me Up.
So... Thread fail -1?
They may have been playing Start Me Up, but the timing of the lyrics they showed on the tv was perfect. They'll need more than a start me up to win this game.
I will downvote this tomorrow when I get my downvotes back.
Not knowing the title of a Rolling Stones classic is blasphemous.
I didn't indicate that was the title of the song, just that that's what they played. As far as the down vote, just just beat you to it.... LOL
Just the headline of this thread did dumbass..
This post was edited by Sprtan4Ever 16 months ago
No silly, the song is called, "Cause I Try"
My favorite Stones song has always been "It's just a kiss away". Although "All I want is for you to make love to me" is also really good.
This post was edited by Frank Wrench 16 months ago
I may be a softy, but IMO, mistaking a song's title for the song's refrain (because the song's title is either somewhere else in one of the verses, or not in the song at all) is not a downvotable offense.
Using "of" as a helping verb, on the other hand: instant -1
I really like "You've got nasty boots"
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