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21st Feb '17 2:54:58 AM beergood
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* Swedish garage rockers Wilmer X' debut single was about a kid who's asked by Santa Claus if he wants a toy truck or a gun or an action figure for Christmas, and responds that he just wants a red electric guitar. Local rivals Torsson responded with a song about a kid who desperately wants a toy truck for Christmas, but

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* Swedish garage rockers Wilmer X' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtKSTOKmM2Q debut single single]] was about a kid who's asked by Santa Claus if he wants a toy truck or a gun or an action figure for Christmas, and responds that he just wants a red electric guitar. Local rivals Torsson [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nln42Bzy4YM responded with a song song]] about a kid who desperately wants a toy truck for Christmas, but
21st Feb '17 2:49:51 AM beergood
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* Swedish garage rockers Wilmer X' debut single was about a kid who's asked by Santa Claus if he wants a toy truck or a gun or an action figure for Christmas, and responds that he just wants a red electric guitar. Local rivals Torsson responded with a song about a kid who desperately wants a toy truck for Christmas, but
-->''Every goddamn Christmas I get a guitar\\
A boring, red, electric rock'n'roll guitar''
22nd Jan '17 6:57:20 PM v-n-n-n-n
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* Music/{{Associates}} released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Stephen, You're Really Something" (Stephen being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).

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* Music/{{Associates}} Music/TheAssociates released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Stephen, You're Really Something" (Stephen being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).
22nd Jan '17 5:40:10 PM v-n-n-n-n
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* Associates released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Stephen, You're Really Something" (Stephen being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).

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* Associates Music/{{Associates}} released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Stephen, You're Really Something" (Stephen being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).
22nd Jan '17 11:35:10 AM v-n-n-n-n
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* Associates released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Steven You're Still Really Something" (Steven being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s real first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).

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* Associates released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Steven "Stephen, You're Still Really Something" (Steven (Stephen being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s real first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).
17th Dec '16 9:55:25 AM wolftickets1969
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* In the stage version of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', Ariel's introduction song "The World Above" is her answer to "Fathoms Below", [[CrossReferencedTitles cross-referencing its title]], while Eric's formerly-{{cut song}} "Her Voice" is the SpearCounterpart to [[IWantSong "Part of Your World"]], and even has the same intro melody.
5th Dec '16 3:56:22 AM AgProv
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* Music/BlueOysterCult's ''Spy In The House Of The Night'' is about a PyroManiac who gets his kicks from being normal on the outside but a secret arsonist by night. Tellingly it's also a Shout Out to Music/TheDoors song ''The Spy In The House Of Love'', about a sexual voyeur.
19th Oct '16 8:36:22 AM LondonKdS
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* "Sheriff John Brown" by The Coral is an answer song to Music/BobMarley's "I Shot The Sheriff", which revealed that the Sheriff actually had a last minute redemption, and was actually murdered by the [[SinisterMinister evil town preacher]] for refusing to kill Marley's narrator.

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* "Sheriff John Brown" by The Coral is an answer song to Music/BobMarley's "I Shot The Sheriff", which revealed that the Sheriff actually had a last minute redemption, HeelRealisation, and was actually in fact murdered by the [[SinisterMinister evil town preacher]] for refusing to kill Marley's narrator.
19th Oct '16 8:35:46 AM LondonKdS
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* "Sheriff John Brown" by The Coral is an answer song to Music/BobMarley's "I Shot The Sheriff", which revealed that the Sheriff actually had a last minute redemption, and was actually murdered by the [[SinisterMinister evil town preacher]] for refusing to kill Marley's narrator.
12th Oct '16 9:22:20 PM Bluemargay
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* Wiz Khalifa got his first hit with "Black and Yellow" a song about Pittsburgh using the city's colors. Coincidentally, the Pittsburgh Steelers were in the Super Bowl at the time. This caused Lil Wayne to write "Green and Yellow" about their opponent the Green Bay Packers.
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