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Old 03-11-2006, 04:09 PM   #46
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that song rules. it's supposed to be cheesy. mccartney wanted it to mimic the old time stuff his dad used to play.
"Supposed to be cheesy" doesn't make it not cheesy, and doesn't make it good. It's an eyesore on the album. Plus, McCartney did this old-timey shit again and again. Didn't he get it out of his system with When I'm Sixty-Four? Maxwell's Silver Hammer is another example. Doing it once is funny, but McCartney didn't know when to quit.

I remember that famous Playboy interview with Lennon where he was asked to comment on virtually every Beatles song, and when Honey Pie was mentioned he groaned and said "I don't want to talk about that one."
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Old 03-11-2006, 06:55 PM   #47
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i didn't say supposed to be cheesy means it isn't cheesy. i just said that it's intentionally that way. so yeah, no shit it's going to be cheesy. i still like the song, and it's fun to play when you're sitting at home bored.
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Old 03-11-2006, 07:48 PM   #48
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that song rules. it's supposed to be cheesy. mccartney wanted it to mimic the old time stuff his dad used to play.
I Honey Pie
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Good: Paul's "Honey Pie"
KILL ME: Yoko's "Yes, I'm Your Angel"
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I think everything about Yoko Ono is KILL ME. I haven't heard one good thing come out of that woman's mouth.
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never been a big fan of his solo material, but if any artist in the music world has earned the right to an occassional tantrum methinks he be the one
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Yeah I heard that U2 had taken pictures of several castles before deciding on that particular one. Evidently, according to Larry, all the other castles "didn't look enough like a cock."
BWAHAHAHA One of the funniest things I heard all week.
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