Joachim Breitner

Two new parody songs

Published 2005-06-29 in sections English.

Yesterday and today, I felt like writing parody songs again. So I turned "Ain't no Sunshine" into "Ain't not chatting", an hommage to all those ICQ-only communicating people out there, and created "Binary Tree" out of Fool's Garden's "Lemon Tree".

Older creations include "Computer from '98" instead of "Summer of '96", "email" instead of Uirah Heep's "free me", "Wrote it in Haskell" instead of "Cat's in the Cradle" and two German songs: "Alle Schaffens Nicht" ("Tränen lügen nicht") and "Hier kommt Abeck" ("Hier kommt Alex"),

Comments

Jetzt fehlt nur noch die Entropia Band die das passend umsetzt :-) Neingeist ist der Leadsänger, MgR klimmpert Keyboard dazu, Manuel erzeugt die kühlen Baslines....
#1 Blueloop (Homepage) am 2005-06-30
Why am I seeing this entry for the 4th time on Planet Debian?
#2 Martijn am 2005-07-17
Sorry, I don't know. As far as I can see, it is not even in the RSS feed any more. I haven't changed it in weeks.

If someone can tell me if and what I do wrong, please tell me.
#3 nomeata (Homepage) am 2005-07-17

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