History DoubleEntendre / Music

31st Jul '16 3:10:13 PM enitharmon
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31st Jul '16 3:09:02 PM enitharmon
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** And long before ''that'' James Joyce quoted, in Literature/{{Ulysses}} (1922), suggesting that this was well-known in the streets of Dublin and may well be OlderThanRadio:
--> ''If you see Kay\\
Tell her she may\\
See you in tea\\
Tell her from me''
7th Jul '16 9:34:46 AM gewunomox
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* "Squeeze Box" with TheWho. [[WordOfGod Pete Townshend]] says its just a song about a woman playing an accordion, deliberately written to invoke this effect.

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* "Squeeze Box" with TheWho. Music/TheWho. [[WordOfGod Pete Townshend]] says its it's just a song about a woman playing an accordion, deliberately written to invoke this effect.
20th Jun '16 11:33:23 AM gewunomox
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* BillyJoel's song "Christie Lee" is about a saxophone player who meets a woman at his gig, who is impressed by his skill and comes home with him so he can "perform" for her. In case it wasn't clear, we get this lyric: "He couldn't see that Christie Lee was a woman/who didn't need another lover; all she wanted was the [[IncrediblyLamepun sax]]!" However the lyrics make it perfectly clear that Christie Lee isn't sexually attracted to him.

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* BillyJoel's Music/BillyJoel's song "Christie Lee" is about a saxophone player who meets a woman at his gig, who is impressed by his skill and comes home with him so he can "perform" for her. In case it wasn't clear, we get this lyric: "He couldn't see that Christie Lee was a woman/who didn't need another lover; all she wanted was the [[IncrediblyLamepun [[{{Pun}} sax]]!" However the lyrics make it perfectly clear that Christie Lee isn't sexually attracted to him.
6th Jun '16 11:43:24 AM 3rdStringPG
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* The Philippines had so many examples of this in the early 2000s that double-entendre novelty music could have been called a genre of its own. While in the '90s, rapper Andrew E's sexually-charged lyrics left little to the imagination, writers of these songs (mostly troubadour of the masses Lito Camo) would hide sexual references or references to the male or female sexual organs in clever (or not-so-clever) puns. Acts known for these songs (who were mostly female) included Sexbomb, Mae Rivera, Selina Sevilla, Aleck Bovick, and the Viva Hot Babes.

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* The Philippines had so many examples of this in the early 2000s that double-entendre novelty music could have been called a genre of its own. While in the '90s, rapper Andrew E's sexually-charged lyrics left little to the imagination, writers of these 2000s novelty songs (mostly troubadour of the masses Lito Camo) would hide sexual references or references to the male or female sexual organs in clever (or not-so-clever) puns. Acts known for these songs (who were mostly female) included Sexbomb, Mae Rivera, Selina Sevilla, Aleck Bovick, and the Viva Hot Babes.
6th Jun '16 11:42:41 AM 3rdStringPG
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* The Philippines had so many examples of this in the early 2000s that double-entendre novelty music could have been called a genre of its own. While in the '90s, rapper Andrew E's sexually-charged lyrics left little to the imagination, writers of these songs (mostly troubadour of the masses Lito Camo) would hide sexual references or references to the male or female sexual organs in clever (or not-so-clever) puns. Acts known for these songs (who were mostly female) included Sexbomb, Mae Rivera, Selina Sevilla, Aleck Bovick, and the Viva Hot Babes.
6th Jun '16 11:37:29 AM 3rdStringPG
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** Also, its Tagalog version "Ting-a-Ling", by Filipino rock band Kerplunk, which was a cult favorite in the band's late-'90s heyday. The original version is not available on YouTube, but an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8Z9-t5ssqg updated, popped-up version]] (with an outright reference to masturbation, which wasn't present in the original) is available on the lead singer's YouTube page.
29th May '16 12:07:06 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* "Pearl Necklace", "Tube Snake Boogie", "Tush", "Sleeping Bag", "Velcro Fly", "I Got The Six" ("I got the six, gimme your nine") -- ZZTop ''loves'' this trope almost as much as Music/{{ACDC}}.

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* "Pearl Necklace", "Tube Snake Boogie", "Tush", "Sleeping Bag", "Velcro Fly", "I Got The Six" ("I got the six, gimme your nine") -- ZZTop Music/ZZTop ''loves'' this trope almost as much as Music/{{ACDC}}.
21st Jan '16 10:40:08 PM brb1006
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* The German music video created by Jamster called [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3MYdNMA8wM4 "Pussycat Tiger"]] which features a white female CGI cat character of the same name. The song mainly focuses on said character trying to charm and get a kiss from a male cat. While the idea sounds sweet, it can also be given a different meaning seeingnher behavior throughout the music video including making suggestive moans,purrs,meows and body movements. This also appears to be the only music video featuring the character as of 2011.
30th Oct '15 7:31:27 PM nombretomado
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* "Ego" by KanyeWest and {{Beyonce}}. Three guesses what his ego is.

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* "Ego" by KanyeWest Music/KanyeWest and {{Beyonce}}.Music/{{Beyonce}}. Three guesses what his ego is.
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