History Funny / PaulSimon

17th Jul '16 5:27:22 PM FordPrefect
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* The music-video version of "You Can Call Me Al" he did with Creator/ChevyChase, with Chase being the one "singing" the lyrics while a bored Simon slouches and twiddles his thumbs. Bonus points for Chase "setting down" a couple things on the empty bongo stand, ignoring how they immediately drop through and onto the floor.

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* The music-video version of "You Can Call Me Al" he did with Creator/ChevyChase, with Chase being the one "singing" the lyrics while a bored Simon slouches and twiddles his thumbs.thumbs (the culmination of a RunningGag on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' where Chase claimed to be Simon). Bonus points for Chase "setting down" a couple things on the empty bongo stand, ignoring how they immediately drop through and onto the floor.
17th Jul '16 5:25:57 PM FordPrefect
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* The music-video version of "You Can Call Me Al" he did with Creator/ChevyChase, with Chase being the one "singing" the lyrics while a bored Simon slouches and twiddles his thumbs.

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* The music-video version of "You Can Call Me Al" he did with Creator/ChevyChase, with Chase being the one "singing" the lyrics while a bored Simon slouches and twiddles his thumbs. Bonus points for Chase "setting down" a couple things on the empty bongo stand, ignoring how they immediately drop through and onto the floor.
30th Jun '16 8:07:25 PM Shoebox
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* While it's most famous for its goofy chorus ("Just slip out the back, Jack/Make a new plan, Stan") "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover" becomes really hilarious when the verses reveal that this blunt advice is coming from a supposedly sophisticated woman manipulating the the naive singer into ditching his current love and getting with her:

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* While it's most famous for its goofy chorus ("Just slip out the back, Jack/Make a new plan, Stan") "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover" becomes really hilarious when the verses reveal that this blunt advice is coming from a supposedly sophisticated woman manipulating the the naive singer into ditching his current love and getting with her:
26th Jun '16 4:04:52 PM Shoebox
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* While it's most famous for its goofy chorus ("Just slip out the back, Jack/Make a new plan, Stan") "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover" becomes really hilarious when the verses reveal that this comically blunt advice is coming from a supposedly sophisticated woman manipulating the the naive singer into ditching his current love and getting with her:

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* While it's most famous for its goofy chorus ("Just slip out the back, Jack/Make a new plan, Stan") "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover" becomes really hilarious when the verses reveal that this comically blunt advice is coming from a supposedly sophisticated woman manipulating the the naive singer into ditching his current love and getting with her:
26th Jun '16 4:04:37 PM Shoebox
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* While it's most famous for its goofy chorus ("Just slip out the back, Jack/Make a new plan, Stan") the verses of "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover" tell a much more slyly funny tale of a sophisticated woman manipulating the the naive singer into ditching his current girl and getting with her:

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* While it's most famous for its goofy chorus ("Just slip out the back, Jack/Make a new plan, Stan") the verses of "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover" tell becomes really hilarious when the verses reveal that this comically blunt advice is coming from a much more slyly funny tale of a supposedly sophisticated woman manipulating the the naive singer into ditching his current girl love and getting with her:



-->There must be fifty ways to leave your lover...

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-->There must be fifty ways to leave your lover...
lover...
18th Feb '16 7:55:12 PM Shoebox
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* While it's most famous for its goofy chorus ("Just slip out the back, Jack/Make a new plan, Stan") the verses of "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover" tell a much more slyly funny tale of a sophisticated woman trying to convince the naive singer to ditch his current girl and get with her:

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* While it's most famous for its goofy chorus ("Just slip out the back, Jack/Make a new plan, Stan") the verses of "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover" tell a much more slyly funny tale of a sophisticated woman trying to convince manipulating the the naive singer to ditch into ditching his current girl and get getting with her:
18th Feb '16 7:44:16 PM Shoebox
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* The music-video version of "You Can Call Me Al" he did with Creator/ChevyChase, with Chase being the one "singing" the lyrics while a bored Simon slouches and twiddles his thumbs.

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* The music-video version of "You Can Call Me Al" he did with Creator/ChevyChase, with Chase being the one "singing" the lyrics while a bored Simon slouches and twiddles his thumbs.thumbs.
*While it's most famous for its goofy chorus ("Just slip out the back, Jack/Make a new plan, Stan") the verses of "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover" tell a much more slyly funny tale of a sophisticated woman trying to convince the naive singer to ditch his current girl and get with her:
-->She said, it's really not my habit to intrude
-->And furthermore I hope my meaning won't be lost or misconstrued
-->So I'll repeat myself, at the risk of being crude
-->There must be fifty ways to leave your lover...

17th Jun '15 4:47:18 PM Geoduck
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* The music-video version of "You Can Call Me Al" he did with Creator/ChevyChase, with Chase being the one "singing" the lyrics while a bored Simon slouches and twiddles his thumbs.
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