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20th Apr '16 7:28:07 AM Twentington
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* Jon Pardi, "What I Can't Put Down" (bad habits, a guitar, and his woman are instances where he's "picking up what [he] can't put down").
5th Apr '16 4:10:10 PM Kayube
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15th Feb '16 8:09:01 AM DaibhidC
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Compare DarkReprise. Often overlaps with AgeProgressionSong. Subtrope of DoubleMeaning.

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Compare DarkReprise. Compare and contrast with LyricSwap, where the different meaning isn't from context, but from noticeably different words. Often overlaps with AgeProgressionSong. Subtrope of DoubleMeaning.
3rd Feb '16 8:51:32 PM Hossmeister
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* Music/FranzFerdinand's hit single "Take Me Out" [[Music/FranzFerdinand2004 from their debut]] could be about a guy picking up a girl at a bar... but the song is more likely about the band's namesake, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, being assassinated.
29th Dec '15 8:12:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* In comedy country singer KinkyFriedman's "We Reserve The Right To Refuse Service To You," the narrator is denied entrance to a cafe with the title words, as he looks like a Communist and a Jew.

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* In comedy country singer KinkyFriedman's Music/KinkyFriedman's "We Reserve The Right To Refuse Service To You," the narrator is denied entrance to a cafe with the title words, as he looks like a Communist and a Jew.
15th Dec '15 6:52:20 PM ChesterPolarbear
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* [[http://www.youtubecom/watch?v=boBwLh8YTDc "Sexy Soda Pop"]] by Cindy Margolis refers to female ejaculation, the [[DrugsAreGood joys of having sex on cocaine]], and a woman who's explaining to [[CasanovaWannabe a guy]] who's trying to impress with cocaine why [[SleepsWithEveryoneButYou she won't have sex with him]] and compares him to the guys she actually does coke and has sex with.

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* [[http://www.youtubecom/watch?v=boBwLh8YTDc youtube.com/watch?v=boBwLh8YTDc "Sexy Soda Pop"]] by Cindy Margolis refers to female ejaculation, the [[DrugsAreGood joys of having sex on cocaine]], and a woman who's explaining to [[CasanovaWannabe a guy]] who's trying to impress with cocaine why [[SleepsWithEveryoneButYou she won't have sex with him]] and compares him to the guys she actually does coke and has sex with.
15th Dec '15 6:51:13 PM ChesterPolarbear
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* [[http://www.youtubecom/watch?v=boBwLh8YTDc "Sexy Soda Pop"]] by Cindy Margolis refers to female ejaculation, the [[DrugsAreGood joys of having sex on cocaine]], and a woman who's explaining to [[CasanovaWannabe a guy]] who's trying to impress with cocaine why [[SleepsWithEveryoneButYou she won't have sex with him]] and compares him to the guys she actually does coke and has sex with.
7th Dec '15 5:06:24 PM Twentington
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* J. Michael Harter's "Hard Call to Make" is a non-chorus variant. Every verse ends with the line "When it's your dad, that's a hard call to make." The first verse is about a controversial little league baseball umpire call; the second, about calling his dad after being arrested for drunk driving with friends; and the third, about deciding whether or not to pull the now-ailing father off life support.
22nd Nov '15 7:10:20 PM AnotherWanderingGhost
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* "Dust On the Bottle" by David Lee Murphy. "Don't let it fool you about what's inside... it's one of those things that gets sweeter with time" first refers to a literal dusty wine bottle. In the last chorus it's a metaphor for a lasting relationship.
11th Oct '15 9:17:51 PM Schroeder1174
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* Jimmy Buffet's "Margaritaville": The chorus's last line changes each time, as the singer comes to admit it's his own fault his life isn't going anywhere.

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* Jimmy Buffet's Buffett's "Margaritaville": The chorus's last line changes each time, as the singer comes to admit it's his own fault his life isn't going anywhere.


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* Roger Hodgson of Music/{{Supertramp}} [[WordOfGod has mentioned in interviews]] that "Take The Long Way Home" can be interpreted both literally so as a rock band taking the long way to their homes when things look bleak, or about a person taking the metaphorical long way home to find God/enlightenment/inner peace.
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