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Fraser herself has been fairly elusive regarding whether or not any of her lyrics and invented words have meaning. She has stated that she possesses a special dictionary of sorts that contains the words she sings, but despite acknowledging the use of an invented language, has described the basic effect of her words as thus: You know all the transcendent sounds.
It's all sound all the way through. Subverted on Heaven Or Las Vegas where she confessed a lot of the songs were about her newly-born daughter. Most of Beck 's songs qualify as this, but he actually has stories behind almost all of them. A prime example is "Loser": Forces of evil in a bozo nightmare Banned all the music with a phony gas chamber 'Coz one's got a weasel and the other's got a flag One's on the pole, shove the other in a bag With the rerun shows and the cocaine nosejob The daytime crap of the folk singer slop He hung himself with a guitar string Slap the turkey neck, and it's hanging from a pigeon wing From Futurama: You know, when I'm upset, I write a song about it.
Like when I wrote Devil's Haircut, I was feeling really I could write a song! With real words, not phony ones like "odelay. Just look it up in the Becktionary! Here's another gem from "Hotwax" I can't believe my way back when My Cadillac pants going much to fast Karaoke weekend at the suicide shack Community service and I'm still the Mack Shocked my finger, spicin' my hand I been spreading disease all across the land Beautiful air-conditioned, Sitting in the kitchen Wishing I was living like a hit man They Might Be Giants songs in general.
They seem to mean somethingbut good luck figuring out what. One of the more interesting examples has to be "On Earth My Nina", whose lyrics are Mondegreens from playing their song "Thunderbird" backwards. Linnell has stated that the music for "Don't Let's Start" was written before the lyrics, and the lyrics were chosen mostly because the words fit the number of syllables for the melody.
When asked about the meaning of the song, Linnell simply stated it was about "not let's starting. The yellow Roosevelt Avenue leaf overturned The ardor of arboreality is an adventure we have spurned A famous person wears the same size water skis as me She's got three cars as many years I've lived in this city.
Her hair is blonde and mine is brown; they both start with a "b" But when the phone inside her ribcage rings, it's not for me But when the phone inside her ribcage rings, it's not for me HEY! Their "Crystal Fortress" song is about Strong Badasking for him to "come down from his crystal fortress". Strong Bad not only doesn't get the lyrics, but openly mocks the singer in the background.
Their song Stuff is Way is basically entirely this. The chorus seems like some pretty straightforward musings about death "we die alone, we die in pain, we live in terror The verses sometimes less so: If you won't make out with a bi-plane No!
Perchance a dance with a carcass in space? But now you gotta buy me some antlers Antlers are what I need you to buy Why? Then send me down to the postman You do it! Tell the postman to throw me to They basically played along to a backwards recording of their song "Waterfall", then wrote new lyrics based on mondegreens of the backwards vocals. The "One Week" example is lampshaded in "Testing 1,2,3" off the following album The music video is more obvious about it, highlighting the next pointwhich is a Take That!
As their name implies, a lot of their songs are based on dreams or intended to feel dreamlike, so its sort of inevitable that this happens. Guitarist Peter Buck said once that Michael Stipe did this intentionally at times: And some of its not there to get. Certain bits are just words that sounded good strung together. All of the guests were people with the initials L. And then the world ended.
The name is also a Southernism for "losing my temper", which helps explain a lot but isn't immediately obvious. And then some have a meaning only known to them: Charades, pop skill, Water hyacinth, Named by a poet, Imitation of life Like a coin in a frozen pond, Like a goldfish in a bowl, I don't want to hear you cry That sugarcane that tasted good, That's cinnamon, that's Hollywood, Come on, come on, No one can see you try Brazilian band Engenheiros do Hawaii uses a lot of these, though none of them flying as fast as one would expect from some cases seen in this trope.
Here's a translation of thisjust for reference: Between a face and a portrait, the real and the abstract, between madness and lucidity, between a uniform and nudity Between the end of the world and the end of the month, between the truth and the English rock, between the others and you I feel like a foreigner, passenger of some train, that doesn't go around here, that is nothing but illusion The Presidents of the United States of America do this often, usually for comedic purposes.
On example, "Twig," starts like this: Most of Queen 's songs, such as "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "Another One Bites The Dust" although the latter does have the underlying thread of street gangs.
Which was, of course, parodied by Yankovictoo. A particularly glorious example is "On a Plain": Somewhere I have heard this before In a dream my memory has stored As a defense I'm neutered and spayed While there might be a meaning behind it, Alanis Morissette 's "Thank U" has verses that qualify in this trope: How 'bout gettin' off of these antibiotics?
How 'bout stoppin' eatin' when I'm full up? How 'bout them transparent danglin' carrots? How 'bout that ever-elusive kudo? Parodied in the cover version by Steven Wilson which changes the most non-sensical line "How about them dangling carrots? This is, perhaps, excusable, as Thom Yorke was notoriously obsessed with Dadaism during this period and wrote the lyrics to some of the songs on Kid A following Tristan Tzara's instructions for writing a Dada poem.
Lyrical Shoehorn plays enough of a role in their songwriting period that this features on all of their albums, to some degree. Shaun Ryder, the lead singer of Happy Mondays, is known for writing incomprehensible drug-induced stream-of-consciousness lyrics. For instance, "Kelly's Heroes" seems like a cynical look at how celebrities are worshiped as heroes, but who knows where "Jesus was a black man, Jesus was Batmanno that was Bruce Wayne!
The Manic Street Preachers are another example. Not only have they mashed together various words into lyrics "Cos reality for TV is Disney not King, Rodney" in Dead Yankee Drawl for an early examplebut they have also included references to people and concepts not immediately accessible to the listener, leading to an unofficial website that tries to decipher most of the references. This may also be an example of Listeners Are Geniuses.
While many of Nicky Wire's lyrics are just plain incomprehensible, Richey Edward's songs do have meanings They're just composed of insanely obscure and complicated references.
Many Soul Coughing songs seem to just consist of cool-sounding nonsense. Japan is a country with a very high standard of living. The earliest record of the name Nihon appears in the Chinese historical records of the Tang dynasty, at the start of the seventh century, a delegation from Japan introduced their country as Nihon 3.
Sapporo — Sapporo is the fourth largest city in Japan by population, and the largest city on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. Located in Ishikari Subprefecture, it is the capital of Hokkaido Prefecture, the city is also home to Sapporo Brewery and the white chocolate biscuits called shiroi koibito. Before its establishment, the occupied by Sapporo was home to a number of indigenous Ainu settlements.
Inat the end of the Edo period, construction began on a canal through the area, the settlements name was taken from the Ainu language sat poro pet, and can be translated as dry, great river. As a result, it was determined that a new capital on the Ishikari Plain should be established, the plain itself provided an unusually large expanse of flat, well drained land which is relatively uncommon in the otherwise mountainous geography of Hokkaido.
Grant, became an oyatoi gaikokujin and was appointed as a special advisor to the commission. Construction began around Odori Park, which remains as a green ribbon of recreational land bisecting the central area of the city. The city closely followed a plan with streets at right-angles to form city blocks.
Edwin Dun came to Sapporo to establish sheep and cattle ranches in and he also demonstrated pig raising and the making of butter, cheese, ham and sausage. He once went back to the US in but returned to Japan as a secretary of government.
Clark, who was the president of the Massachusetts Agricultural College and he taught academic subjects in science and lectured on the Bible as an ethics course, introducing Christian principles to the first entering class of the College. Inthe area of Sapporo was renamed as Sapporo-ku. The last squad of the Tondenhei, the soldiers pioneering Hokkaido, settled in the place where the area of Tonden in Kita-ku, Sapporo-ku administered surrounding Sapporo-gun untilwhen the new district system was announced.
After that year, Sapporo-ku was away from the control of Sapporo-gun, the ku enforced from was an autonomy which was a little bigger than towns, and smaller than cities. Fukuoka — Fukuoka is the capital city of Fukuoka Prefecture, situated on the northern shore of the Japanese island of Kyushu. It is the most populous city on the island, followed by Kitakyushu and it is the largest city and metropolitan area west of Keihanshin.
The city was designated on April 1, by government ordinance, Greater Fukuoka, with 2. Since the founding of Kyoto inthis marks the first time that a city west of the Kinki region has a population than Kyoto. In ancient times, however, the area near Fukuoka, the Chikushi region, was thought by historians to have possibly been even more influential than the Yamato region.
Exchanges from the continent and the Northern Kyushu area date as far back as Old Stone Age and it has been thought that waves of immigrants arrived in Northern Kyushu from mainland Asia.
Fukuoka was sometimes called the Port of Dazaifu, Dazaifu was an administrative capital in A.
Ancient texts, such as the Kojiki, Kanyen and archaeology confirm this was a critical place in the founding of Japan. Some scholars claim that it was the first place outsiders and the Imperial Family set foot, Fukuoka is sometimes still referred to as Hakata, the central ward of the city.
In fact, there is a record in Chinese literature that a king of Japan sent a letter in to ask the Chinese emperors approval for employing three ministries, in addition, remains of the Korokan were found in Fukuoka underneath a part of the ruins of Fukuoka Castle.
Kublai Khan of the Mongol Empire turned his attention towards Japan starting inKublai Khan first sent an envoy to Japan to make the Shogunate acknowledge Khans suzerainty.
Mongolia repeatedly sent envoys thereafter, each time urging the Shogunate to accept their proposal, inKublai Khan mounted an invasion of the northern part of Kyushu with a fleet of ships and 33, troops, including troops from Goryeo on the Korean Peninsula.
This initial invasion was compromised by a combination of incompetence and severe storms, after the invasion attempt ofJapanese samurai built a stone barrier 20 km in length bordering the coast of Hakata Bay in what is now the city of Fukuoka. The wall, 2—3 metres in height and having a width of 3 metres, was constructed between andand was excavated in the s.
Not only did he decline the offer, but he beheaded the five Mongolian emissaries after summoning them to Kamakura, infuriated, Kublai organized another attack on Fukuoka Prefecture inmobilizingsoldiers and 4, ships 5. Osaka — Osaka is a designated city in the Kansai region of Japan. Historically a merchant city, Osaka has also known as the nations kitchen.
Some of the earliest signs of habitation in the Osaka area at the Morinomiya ruins comprise shell mounds, sea oysters. It is believed that what is today the Uehonmachi area consisted of a land with an inland sea in the east.
During the Yayoi period, permanent habitation on the plains grew as rice farming became popular, by the Kofun period, Osaka developed into a hub port connecting the region to the western part of Japan.
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The city now known as Osaka was at this time referred to as Naniwa, although the capital was moved to Asuka inNaniwa remained a vital connection, by land and sea, between Yamato, Korea, and China.
Oda Nobunaga began a siege campaign on the temple in which ultimately resulted in the surrender of the monks. Toyotomi Hideyoshi constructed Osaka Castle in its place inOsaka was long considered Japans primary economic center, with a large percentage of the population belonging to the merchant class.
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Over the course of the Edo period, Osaka grew into one of Japans major cities and returned to its ancient role as a lively and its popular culture was closely related to ukiyo-e depictions of life in Edo. Osaka residents were stereotyped in Edo literature from at least the 18th century, jippenisha Ikku in depicted Osakans as stingy almost beyond belief. Edo writers aspired to samurai culture, and saw themselves as poor but generous, chaste, Edo writers by contrast saw zeeroku as obsequious apprentices, stingy, greedy, gluttonous, and lewd.
Later, the city went through three major expansions to reach its current size of square kilometres, Osaka was the industrial center most clearly defined in the development of capitalism in Japan.
It became known as the Manchester of the Orient, the rapid industrialization attracted many Korean immigrants, who set up a life apart for themselves 6. G-Dragon — Kwon Ji-yong, better known by his stage name G-Dragon, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer, and fashion icon.
After six years as a trainee under the record label YG Entertainment, G-Dragon has been involved with writing, composing, and producing many of Big Bangs and his own hit tracks. As ofhe has written 22 number one songs, Heartbreaker also sparked major controversies for the artist, including accusations of plagiarism.
After almost a year of hiatus, G-Dragon and bandmate, T. The album saw the release of three singles, High High, Oh Yeah, and Knock Out, all of which have charted within the top three positions of the Gaon Chart, with High High becoming a chart-topper. He became the member of Big Bang to make a solo debut in Japan after his bandmate Daesungs solo concert tour. Inhe embarked on his worldwide tour as a solo artist.
Born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, Kwon Ji-yong began his career at age five as part of the group Little RooRa, after releasing a Christmas album, the groups contract was terminated by their record company, which Kwon described as shock.
Although he vowed to his mother that he wouldnt again, he was scouted by SM Entertainment while on a ski trip with his family. He was a trainee under the label for five years. In third grade, Kwon was introduced to the American rap group Wu-Tang Clan by a friend, inspired by their music, he developed an interest in rapping and began taking class. Under People Crews tutelage, he participated in the release of the Korean hip-hop Flex album inbecoming the youngest Korean rapper at just 13 years old.
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Although he wrote his own lyrics for the song, he admitted that his English was weak and the story behind the lyrics was just another typical Im young, but Im the best. Kwon caught the interest of Sean of the hip-hop duo Jinusean from YG Entertainment, after signing a contract with the record label, Kwon spent the first year cleaning the studio for the other artists in the record label and fetching them water bottles during dance practice. He and another trainee Dong Young-bae, originally planned to debut as the hip-hop duo GDYB, after six years of training, Kwon made several featured appearances on other artists albums and even released several singles with Dong under the name GDYB 7.
Since then, the group has released one album, Collection. The youngest member, Minzy, officially left the group on April 5, and it was revealed that although CL and Dara would remain signed to YG Entertainment, Park Bom did not have her contract renewed. Both Spicas Bohyung and Fiestars Linzy were trainees alongside the 2NE1 members, however, they were eliminated before debut.
YG Entertainment formally announced in early that the group would consist of four members, the company stated that the group had trained for four years, and that their debut album would contain songs produced by 1TYMs leader Teddy Park. The groups name was announced as 21, however, due to the discovery of a singer with the same name.
Don't Flirt (끼부리지마) (English translation)
The song was created for LG to promote their Cyon phone, the music video was released on March Lollipop was not a single because it was an advertisement. Its music video had two versions — a space version and a street version, within the first 24 hours of release, the videos each received over one million views.
Consisting of members G-Dragon, T. P, Taeyang, Daesung, and Seungri, despite initial lukewarm receptions, their breakthrough came with the extended play, Always, which yielded the number one song Lies.