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== Detailed Information ==
== Detailed Information ==
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{{Track information | album = Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits | track number = 6 | length = 2 minutes 13 seconds | artists = [[The Kinda Long-Haired Band]] | style = [[Wikipedia:Blues|White Blues]] | origin = Extended version of the song from Strong Bad Email #49 [[theme party]]}}
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{{Track information | album = Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits | track number = 6 | length = 2 minutes 14 seconds | artists = [[The Kinda Long-Haired Band]] | style = [[Wikipedia:Blues|White Blues]] | origin = Extended version of the song from Strong Bad Email #49 [[theme party]]}}
== Lyrics ==
== Lyrics ==

Revision as of 12:16, 30 April 2006

Spinning me in circles

Contents

Detailed Information

Album: Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits
Track: 6
Time: 2 minutes 14 seconds
Artist(s): The Kinda Long-Haired Band
Style: White Blues
Origin: Extended version of the song from Strong Bad Email #49 theme party

Lyrics

{whispered}
Ok, here it comes. Stop it!

{singing}
Circles
She's spinnin' me around in circles... again
Oh that skinny blonde girl
Somethin' about the ages ({whispered} Stop it, stop it.)
I failed college algebra, again
Whoa that skinny blonde girl

{guitar, harmonica solo}

{whispered}
Why don't you stop it?
Cut it out, I'm soloing.
What? I hate you
Dude, I'm trying to tear it up!

{singing}
She took me to different places!
Like the university bookstore! ({whispered} I'm gonna ask you to leave.)
And the financial aid office!
I had to borrow her parking pass!
Workin' on the night staff!
At the computer lab! ({whispering} Wrong song!)
I totally found out her screen name!
Oh that skinny blonde girl!
And the circles and the ages and the ages!

{whispering} Dude, I told you not to bring that thing here.
{spoken} Beautiful!

GUITARIST: {laughing} Where am I? Is this song really in G?

Fun Facts

Remarks

  • The song really is in G.
  • The whispered words are probably spoken to the harmonica player.
  • The song sounds remotely like the campfire song "The Circle Game".

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