History ComicallyMissingThePoint / Music

11th Jun '15 7:07:28 AM hideflomein
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Corrected title of "You Don't Love Me Anymore"
* In Music/WeirdAlYankovic's song "I Get the Feeling You Don't Love Me Anymore", this is the calm conclusion the narrator reaches after the object of his affection has tried to ''murder him'' several times.
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* In Music/WeirdAlYankovic's song "I Get the Feeling You "You Don't Love Me Anymore", this is the calm conclusion the narrator reaches after the object of his affection has tried to ''murder him'' several times.times.
1st Apr '15 7:14:57 PM BluTaiger
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-->One of the verses also gives us this little gem: -->''"At the Farmer's Market with my so-called girlfriend;\\ She hands me her cellphone, says it's my dad.\\ MAN, this ain't my dad, this is a CELLPHONE!"''
19th Mar '15 8:27:45 AM Polkaface99
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* In Music/WeirdAlKankovic's song "I Get the Feeling You Don't Love Me Anymore", this is the calm conclusion the narrator reaches after the object of his affection has tried to ''murder him'' several times.
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* In Music/WeirdAlKankovic's Music/WeirdAlYankovic's song "I Get the Feeling You Don't Love Me Anymore", this is the calm conclusion the narrator reaches after the object of his affection has tried to ''murder him'' several times.
19th Mar '15 8:27:32 AM Polkaface99
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* In Music/WeirdAlKankovic's song "I Get the Feeling You Don't Love Me Anymore", this is the calm conclusion the narrator reaches after the object of his affection has tried to ''murder him'' several times.
14th Nov '14 5:29:35 PM spiritsunami
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* In "Uneasy Rider" by the Charlie Daniels Band, the singer accuses another man of everything from being an undercover FBI agent to having a [[RedScare Commie flag]] tacked up on the wall of his garage. The man's rebuttal to this last charge is to deny that he has a garage.
31st Dec '13 11:39:06 AM FirebirdMaximus
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* Music/JimSteinman's monologue "Love and Death and an American Guitar", released on the Music/MeatLoaf album ''Back Into Hell'' as "Wasted Youth", catalogues the adventures of a boy who murders people with his guitar. Finally, he attacks his parents: -->"... and just as I was about to bring the guitar crashing down upon the centre of the bed, my father woke up screaming 'Stop! Wait a minute! Stop it, boy! ''That's no way to treat an expensive musical instrument!"''
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%% %% %% %% %% %% This list of examples has been alphabetized. Please add your example in the proper place. Thanks! %% %% %% %% %% %% * Music/JimSteinman's monologue "Love and Death and an American Guitar", released The radio-play censors appear to have succumbed to this, in airplay versions of Music/{{Aerosmith}}'s "Janie's Got A Gun": in a song about ParentalIncest, the one line they feel obliged to alter is "put a bullet in his brain". Right, ''that's'' the one thing about the song that makes its subject matter mature... * Music/TheBeatles did this deliberately in many of their interviews. --> '''Press:''' Does it bother you that you can't hear what you sing during concerts? --> '''Music/JohnLennon:''' No, we don't mind. We've got the records at home. * Music/FlightOfTheConchords has several songs about ComicallyMissingThePoint, most notably "Think About It", a goldmine of Missed Points. --> ''"A man is lying on the Music/MeatLoaf album ''Back Into Hell'' as "Wasted Youth", catalogues street \\ Some punk's chopped off his head\\ And I'm the adventures of a boy only one who murders people with his guitar. Finally, he attacks his parents: -->"... and just as I was about stops to bring the guitar crashing down upon the centre of the bed, my father woke up screaming 'Stop! Wait a minute! Stop it, boy! ''That's no way to treat an expensive musical instrument!"''see if he's dead\\ Turns out he's dead"''

* Music/JimSteinman's monologue "Love and Death and an American Guitar", released on the Music/MeatLoaf album ''Back Into Hell'' as "Wasted Youth", catalogues the adventures of a boy who murders people with his guitar. Finally, he attacks his parents: -->"... and just as I was about to bring the guitar crashing down upon the centre of the bed, my father woke up screaming 'Stop! Wait a minute! Stop it, boy! ''That's no way to treat an expensive musical instrument!"''instrument!"'' * Comes up at the end of Music/TheLonelyIsland's "I Threw It On the Ground"; The singer is an over-the-top JerkAss who keeps throwing things people give him on the ground because of his HairTriggerTemper leading him to proclaim he's "not part of your system!" When his behavior pisses off a pair of actors who proceed to taze him for it, he concludes "the moral of this story is...''you can't trust the system, man!''"

* The radio-play censors appear to have succumbed to this, in airplay versions of Music/{{Aerosmith}}'s "Janie's Got A Gun": in a song about ParentalIncest, the one line they feel obliged to alter is "put a bullet in his brain". Right, ''that's'' the one thing about the song that makes its subject matter mature... * Comes up at the end of Music/TheLonelyIsland's "I Threw It On the Ground"; The singer is an over-the-top JerkAss who keeps throwing things people give him on the ground because of his HairTriggerTemper leading him to proclaim he's "not part of your system!" When his behavior pisses off a pair of actors who proceed to taze him for it, he concludes "the moral of this story is...''you can't trust the system, man!''" * Music/TheBeatles did this deliberately in many of their interviews. --> '''Press:''' Does it bother you that you can't hear what you sing during concerts? --> '''Music/JohnLennon:''' No, we don't mind. We've got the records at home. * Music/FlightOfTheConchords has several songs about ComicallyMissingThePoint, most notably "Think About It", a goldmine of Missed Points. --> ''"A man is lying on the street \\ Some punk's chopped off his head\\ And I'm the only one who stops to see if he's dead\\ Turns out he's dead"''
13th Sep '13 7:13:09 AM Luc
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* Music/FlightOfTheConchords has several songs about ComicallyMissingThePoint, most notably "Think About It", a goldmine of Missed Points. --> ''"A man is lying on the street \\ Some punk's chopped off his head\\ And I'm the only one who stops to see if he's dead\\ Turns out he's dead"''
3rd Jun '13 12:09:44 PM JIKTV
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* Jim Steinman's monologue "Love and Death and an American Guitar", released on the MeatLoaf album ''Back Into Hell'' as "Wasted Youth", catalogues the adventures of a boy who murders people with his guitar. Finally, he attacks his parents:
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* Jim Steinman's Music/JimSteinman's monologue "Love and Death and an American Guitar", released on the MeatLoaf Music/MeatLoaf album ''Back Into Hell'' as "Wasted Youth", catalogues the adventures of a boy who murders people with his guitar. Finally, he attacks his parents:

* TheVelvetUnderground's song "Sister Ray". The narrator's entire reaction to somebody getting shot is "You shouldn't do that/Don't you know you'll stain the carpet." * The radio-play censors appear to have succumbed to this, in airplay versions of Aerosmith's "Janie's Got A Gun": in a song about ParentalIncest, the one line they feel obliged to alter is "put a bullet in his brain". Right, ''that's'' the one thing about the song that makes its subject matter mature... * Comes up at the end of The Lonely Island's "I Threw It On the Ground"; The singer is an over-the-top JerkAss who keeps throwing things people give him on the ground because of his HairTriggerTemper leading him to proclaim he's "not part of your system!" When his behavior pisses off a pair of actors who proceed to taze him for it, he concludes "the moral of this story is...''you can't trust the system, man!''"
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* TheVelvetUnderground's The Music/VelvetUnderground's song "Sister Ray". The narrator's entire reaction to somebody getting shot is "You shouldn't do that/Don't you know you'll stain the carpet." * The radio-play censors appear to have succumbed to this, in airplay versions of Aerosmith's Music/{{Aerosmith}}'s "Janie's Got A Gun": in a song about ParentalIncest, the one line they feel obliged to alter is "put a bullet in his brain". Right, ''that's'' the one thing about the song that makes its subject matter mature... * Comes up at the end of The Lonely Island's Music/TheLonelyIsland's "I Threw It On the Ground"; The singer is an over-the-top JerkAss who keeps throwing things people give him on the ground because of his HairTriggerTemper leading him to proclaim he's "not part of your system!" When his behavior pisses off a pair of actors who proceed to taze him for it, he concludes "the moral of this story is...''you can't trust the system, man!''"
31st Mar '13 11:12:55 AM LongLiveHumour
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* TheBeatles did this deliberately in many of their interviews.
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* TheBeatles Music/TheBeatles did this deliberately in many of their interviews.

--> '''JohnLennon:''' No, we don't mind. We've got the records at home.
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--> '''JohnLennon:''' '''Music/JohnLennon:''' No, we don't mind. We've got the records at home.
21st Dec '12 11:47:24 AM LancelotG
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* TheBeatles did this deliberately in many of their interviews. --> '''Press:''' Does it bother you that you can't hear what you sing during concerts? --> '''JohnLennon:''' No, we don't mind. We've got the records at home.
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