On Wed, 27 Jan 2016 15:05:49 -0600, email@example.com wrote:
Some times the shark bites, with his teeth, and scarlet billows start
to spread. Fancy clothes, though, wears Macky, so there's never a
taste of red.
Can you believe these were the lyrics of a popular song? As bad as
some of today's crap.
That's a very strange song! :)
Whats the song name?
But at least now we know why those snap on fittings are called Shark
Someone should make a movie and call it "JAWS 4, The PEX incident". :)
Then make the whole movie out of animated "Shark Bite" pipe fittings,
and PEX snakes. Plumbers would love it!
On Thu, 28 Jan 2016 04:43:51 -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Fancy *gloves*maybe. I think it was clothes
Never a *trace* of red.
Mack the Knife. About a serial killer.
Originally from The Three Penny Opera by Kurt Weill and
Bertolt Brecht, and later a very popular song by Bobby Darin.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Threepenny_Opera first performed in
Berlin in 1938. London in 1956.
The Bobby Darin record mentions Lotte Lenya, a real actress who
performed in the play in the 30's, and the wife of Kurt Weill.
Jenny Diver, Sukey Tawdry, and Lucy Brown were names from the play.
One guy on line says that the German lyrics are much more gruesome
than even the English ones.
Die Dreigroschenoper is a reworking of a much earlier work, The
Beggar's Opera, by John Gay (which ran for 62 performances when first
launched in 1728, and when revived in 1920 for 1,463 more...).
Misheard words from the song:
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