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...weil man das lyrische nicht vergessen darf...
 
Mott the Hoople and the game of Life. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Andy Kaufman in the wrestling match. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Monopoly, Twenty one, checkers, and chess. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Mister Fred Blassie in a breakfast mess. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Let's play Twister, let's play Risk. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
See you heaven if you make the list. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Hey, Andy did you hear about this one? Tell me, are you locked in the punch?
Hey Andy are you goofing on Elvis? Hey, baby. Are we losing touch?
                                                                                                (M.Stipe)

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Antwort #1
nun...was will uns der verfasser damit sagen? :nixweiss:

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Antwort #2
Stipe schreibt man aber mit "i". :wink:

...und das Lied gehört zum Jim Carrey Film "Der Mondmann". Ziemlich guter Film sogar!

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Antwort #3
Zitat
nun...was will uns der verfasser damit sagen? :nixweiss:


...geht´s raus und spielt´s  Fußball...( F.Beckenbauer 1990)
 ...geht´s raus und lebt... (my) :zustimm:

Caroline says that I'm just a toy
        she wants a man, not just a boy
        Oh Caroline says, ooohhh Caroline says

        Caroline says she can't help but be mean
        or cruel, or oh so it seems
        Oh Caroline says, Caroline says

        She says she doesn't want a man who leans
        Still she is my Germanic -

 
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