Scotch has a flavour
A nice international theme for you this week. Name that tune.
Let rip by
Hey Reputah! Reputah the Beautah! Sorry. Had a J. Geils moment there.
I know this isn't it, but the only thing that comes to my mind is Agony from Into the Woods.
MAW - Repu- what? The last J Geils moment I had was in the 1980s.Laurie - Dude, where do you find this stuff?Think of it as a generic example. I could have done a troll under the Brooklyn Bridge or Hansel & Gretel in Center Park.
Let it Bleed - Rolling Stones?Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2?or perhaps some song about barf that I don't know. Looks like blood - could be puke. Meh. I got nothin'
Statue of Liberty bleeds onto a duck narrowly missing Prince!Am I close? Am I?
Bleeding and blood? And you wonder where I come up with this stuff? At least my answer had to do with hair.I found the answer on the interwebs, and Wikipedia says it's popular there, but I don't think I've ever heard it.
Sew - What's with all the blood? Have you tried "click to enlarge"?John - Yep - apart from the blood. The duck just happened to be there when the picture was taken.Laurie - Oh. I thought this would have been popular in the US, what with Matt Dillon being in the video, but it looks like you're right.
name that tune? I'd like to, but I can't stand Prince.
VM - I'm none too fond of him myself, though he did write Nothing Compares 2 U.
Not a clue!
John - Hmmm, you want a clue? Think "Big Apple", magic and, er, that's it. Oh, Irish group with British vocalist.
All the critics love U in New York (Prince) covered by some old Irish group with a British vocalist?
IBM - So near, not really.
Anybody? No? Kirsty MacColl and The Pogues - Fairytale of New York.
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