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That's where we're going. Far, far All right, all right, I get it. I'm just so darn bored. Well, find a way to entertain yourself. Could you not be yourself It's going to be champagne wishes and caviar dreams from now on. Hey, good-looking! We'll be back to pick you up later! Gotta make a move to a town that's right for me We are definitely not in the swamp anymore. Well, I talk about it, talk about it, talk about it, talk about it Hey, everyone, look.

Talk about, talk about movin' Hey, ladies! Nice day for a parade, huh? You working that hat. Movie stars! Well, this is it. This is it. I'll park the car. Of course!

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Mom and Dad look happy to see us. That's not little! That's a really big problem. Wasn't she supposed to kiss Prince Charming and break the spell? Well, he's no Prince Charming, but they do look We came. We saw them. Now let's go before they light the torches. They locked you in a tower. That was for my own Here's our chance. Let's go back inside and pretend we're not home. Harold, we have to be While they're not looking we can make a run for it.

Shrek, stop it! Everything's gonna be A disaster! There is no way I'd like you to meet my husband Well, um It's easy to see where Fiona gets her good looks from.

I guess not. What do you mean, "not on the list"? Don't tell me you don't know who I am. What's happening, everybody? Thanks for waiting.

Bad donkey! No, Dad! It's all right. He's with us. How 'bout a bowl for the steed? Oh, boy. Oh, sorry! Great soup, Mrs Q. No, no. So, Fiona, tell us about where you live. Shrek owns his own land. It's in an enchanted forest abundant in squirrels and cute little duckies and I know you ain't talking about the swamp. An ogre from a swamp. How original. I suppose that would be a fine place to raise the children. I just started eating. It's great, OK? I got to go to the bathroom. I can hold it. Bon appetit!

Oh, Mexican food! My favorite. Let's not sit here with our tummies rumbling. Everybody dig in. Don't mind if I do, Lillian. I suppose any grandchildren I could expect from you would be Ogres, yes! Not that there's anything wrong with that. Right, Harold? Oh, no! Of course, not! That is, assuming you don't eat your own young! No, we usually prefer the ones who've been locked away in a tower! Aye, day care or dragon-guarded castle. You wouldn't understand. You're not her father!

It's so nice to have the family together for dinner. Oh, look at you. You're all grown up. I'm your fairy godmother. Now, don't worry. I'm here to make it all better. With just a Wave of my magic wand Your troubles will soon be gone With a flick of the wrist and just a flash You'll land a prince with a ton of cash A high-priced dress made by mice no less Some crystal glass pumps And no more stress Your worries will vanish, your soul will cleanse Confide in your very own furniture friends We'll help you set a new fashion trend - I'll make you fancy, I'll make you great - The kind of girl a prince would date!

They'll write your name on the bathroom wall Nip and tuck, here and there To land that prince with the perfect hair Stop! Thank you very much, Fairy Godmother, but I really don't need all this. Be that way. You got a puppy? All I got in my room was shampoo. Oh, uh Fairy Godmother, furniture Your husband? What did you say? When did this happen?

Shrek is the one who rescued me. She's just trying to help. She can help us pack. Get your coat, dear. We're leaving. When did you decide this? No, that's all right. I need to go, anyway. But remember, dear. If you should ever need me Thanks, but we've got all the happiness we need. Happy, happy, happy Let's go, Kyle.

I told you coming here was a bad idea. You could've at least tried to get along with my father. I don't think I was going to get Daddy's blessing, even if I did want it. Do you think it might be nice if somebody asked me what I wanted? Do you want me to pack for you? You're unbelievable! You're behaving like a Say it! Here's a news flash for you! Whether your parents like it or not I am an ogre! That's not about to change. I've made changes for you, Shrek.

Think about that. That's real smooth, Shrek. You started it. I can hardly believe that, Lillian. He's the ogre. Not me. I think, Harold, you're taking this a little too personally. This is Fiona's choice. But she was supposed to choose the prince we picked for her. I mean, you expect me to give my blessings to this Fiona does.

And she'll never forgive you if you don't. I don't want to lose our daughter again, Harold. Oh, you act as if love is totally predictable. Don't you remember when we were young? We used to walk down by the lily pond and It's not the same! I don't think you realize that our daughter has married a monster! Oh, stop being such a drama king. Pretend there's nothing wrong!

La, di, da, di, da! Isn't it all wonderful! I'd like to know how it could get any worse! Just the old crusade wound playing up a bit!

You better get in. We need to talk. Actually, Fairy Godmother, off to bed. So, how about Oh, hello. So, what's new? You remember my son, Prince Charming? Is that you? My gosh! It's been years. When did you get back? Oh, about five minutes ago, actually. After I endured blistering winds, scorching desert I climbed to the highest room in the tallest tower Mommy can handle this. He endures blistering winds and scorching desert!

He climbs to the highest bloody room of the tallest bloody tower And what does he find? Some gender-confused wolf telling him that his princess is already married. It wasn't my fault. He didn't get there in time. Stop the car! You force me to do something I really don't want to do.

Welcome to Friar's Fat Boy! May I take your order? My diet is ruined! I hope you're happy. Two Renaissance Wraps, no mayo Your order, Fairy Godmother. This comes with the Medieval Meal. There you are, dear. We made a deal, Harold, and I assume you don't want me to go back on my part. So, Fiona and Charming will be together. It's what's best. Not only for your daughter What am I supposed to do about it?

Use your imagination. Come on in, Your Majesty. Do I know you? No, you must be mistaking me for someone else.

I'm looking for the Ugly Stepsister. There you are. You see, I need to have someone taken care of. He's an ogre. There's only one fellow who can handle a job like that, and, frankly Where could I find him? Who dares enter my room? I hope I'm not interrupting, but I'm told you're the one to talk to about an ogre problem? You are told correct. But for this, I charge a great deal of money.

You have engaged my valuable services, Your Majesty. Just tell me where I can find this ogre. Sleeping Beauty is having a slumber party tomorrow, but Dad says I can't go. He never lets me out after sunset. Dad says I'm going away for a while. Must be like some finishing school.

Mom says that when I'm old enough, my Prince Charming will rescue me from my tower and bring me back to my family, and we'll all live happily ever after. Fiona Charming. I hope I'm not interrupting anything. I was just reading a, uh I was hoping you'd let me apologize for my despicable behavior earlier. Do you suppose we could pretend it never happened and start over Call me Dad. We both acted like ogres. Maybe we just need some time to get to know each other.

Excellent idea! I was actually hoping you might join me for a morning hunt. A little father-son time? I know it would mean the world to Fiona. We're lost. We can't be lost. We followed the King's instructions exactly. You were the one who said not to stop for directions. My one chance to fix things up with Fiona's dad and I end up lost in the woods with you! Don't get huffy!

I'm only trying to help. I know! I know. I just really need to make things work with this guy. Yeah, sure. Now let's go bond with Daddy. I know it was kind of a tender moment back there, but the purring? I ain't purring. What's next? A hug? Hey, Shrek. Donkeys don't purr. What do you think I am, some kind of a Fear me, if you dare! A little cat. He got a piece! Come here, little kitty, kitty. Come on, little kitty. Come here.

Come here, little kitty. I'm coming! Get it off! Oh, God. Hold still! You got them. Now, ye ogre, pray for mercy from I'll kill that cat! That is nasty! What should we do with him? Take the sword and neuter him. Give him the Bob Barker treatment.

Por favor! I implore you! I was doing it only for my family.

My mother, she is sick. And my father lives off the garbage! The King offered me much in gold and I have a litter of brothers Whoa, whoa, whoa! Fiona's father paid you to do this? The rich King? Don't feel bad. Almost everybody that meets you wants to kill you. Gee, thanks. Maybe Fiona would've been better off if I were some sort of Prince Charming. That's what the King said. I thought that question was directed at me. Shrek, Fiona knows you'd do anything for her. Well, it's not like I wouldn't change if I could.

I just I just wish I could make her happy. Hold the phone Think of the saddest thing that's ever happened to you! Aw, man, where do I begin? First there was the time that old farmer tried to sell me for some magic beans. Then this fool had a party and he have the guests trying to pin the tail on me. No, Donkey! I need you to cry!

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Don't go projecting on me. I know you're feeling bad, but you got to You little, hairy, litter-licking sack of Is it on? I'm either away from my desk or with a client. But if you come by the office, we'll be glad to make you an appointment. Have a "happy ever after. Are you up for a little quest, Donkey? That's more like it! Shrek and Donkey, on another whirlwind adventure!

Ain't no stoppin' us now! Ang ganda lang ng pagkakasulat talaga. Kasi lahat normal eh. Pati yung, mayat mayay mura don, mura dito! Sapak don, sapak dito! Barahan don, barahan dito! Nangyayari talaga yun sa totoong buhay, sa College life natin, di ba? XD Basta maganda!! I've read this way back , even before it became viral in wattpad. I was one of the very first reader of Ms. Leng and look where this online fan fiction is now? I have to admit that it was another cliche story, but I loved the realistic approach of the novel.

The readers aren't deprive of the different aspect of life such as family, school, job and romantic relationship. It was a great combination of what life is all about. It has a slow burn between the main characters. They always bi I've read this way back , even before it became viral in wattpad.

They always bicker and tease each other. Devil woman and the Despicable guy.. Nuff said. I liked the quote references, but it would be nice if the author created her own: This is one of the few books I read as in finished until the end on Wattpad way back year and I remember getting all giddy with my highschool friend over this.

Back then, it was not so easy for me to get all kilig at these kind of stories but I was hooked up to it because it's irresistibly refreshing. Also, the characters were so engaging. I loved every part of this locally written story. All that's been written felt so real, and especially that the language used was Tagalog, damang-dama This is one of the few books I read as in finished until the end on Wattpad way back year and I remember getting all giddy with my highschool friend over this.

All that's been written felt so real, and especially that the language used was Tagalog, damang-dama mo talaga yung ganap sa libro. Oct 19, Jun Refuerzo rated it it was amazing. Aug 20, Alexx Sevilla rated it really liked it. Sa lahat ng wattpad story na nabasa ko, ito yung pinaka makatotohanan. Rock na rock ka Leng. Kahit minsan ang sarap nang sabunutan ng KevJe, okay pa rin. Paulit ulit ako, pero talagang nakakatuwa kasi makatotohanan siya unlike other stories na sobrang yaman nung guy na porsche o lamborghini basta yung mga ganun ganun.

Well except lang dun sa gift na sapatos ni Kev at nung pumunta pa siya ng Japan pero at least!

Basta maganda siya. Yii galenggg. The story was good and nice and sweet. But the thing is, some of the dialogue is NOT the author's own writing. She actually "borrowed" lines from Drama Queen by Abi Aquino. I really feel that this work is "sayang". Her ideas were good. I just hoped she tried to make her own dialogue. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. Oh, well. Another boy-meets-girl, girl-meets-boy. Had a crush on the first time they'd met then suddenly they're strangling each other's neck until past romantic relationships appeared and they got threatened but won't admit it.

But of course, they'd fall in love and ended up together in the end. But the thing is, the story hasn't a happy ending yet. Because this the first book, and I'm eagerly looking for the second book! Jul 08, Ciara Santelices added it. KevJe Duo! Sarap ulit-ulitin: Sarap makipagrelasyon sa nagbabakla-baklaan hihi.

Kaso Blanche na siya eh 3: Pero enjoy tlaga 'to! Wow, tuwa talaga ako dito.. Ano na kaya mangyayari once nakapunta si Jersey sa Germany.. Please sana i-publish niyo na po yung next part ng "The Despicable Guy"! This is one of the best Wattpad Stories that I've read so far. Very Cute, Funny and light. A-thing coz ya' know most of the stories in Wattpad are like that. Maybe i can say that this one's worth to read.

This story is recommended by my friend. I read it first on Scribd yeah! My feels for this story is very strong. I even go to the places mentioned in this story! Leng, knows how to make her readers cry and go crazy at the same time. I've been told that the Tagalog version was better.

Aren't they always? Hopefully I could still get a soft copy of the Tagalog version of this one. But over all, I really liked it. I need the second book. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Leng de Chavez. Leng de Chavez. Other books in the series. The Despicable Guy 2 books. These records were reportedly made for very little money. No hype. No massive record company advances. No front covers in the rock papers. No loyal following built up over months of solid touring.

They have all been released by what is commonly known as Indie record labels however, this is not the place to define indie. Since the rise of the indie label in the days of post-punk they have provided a healthy means for no hopers, outsiders and terminally angry types to unload their angst. They have also proved rich hunting grounds for the major record companies looking for fresh meat.

The indie record companies were cottage industries fuelled by enthusiasm, passion and belief. Some grew, became strong and established international links, whilst others withered and died. The strong ones were able to provide plafforms for the artists who were able to build up large and loyal followings to develop and prosper, even have moderate hit single success.

It was always understood that it was only the major record companies that had the infrastructure, the money, the efficiency, the might, the power and the means of persuasion to take singles all the way to THE TOP.

Like the giants of Fleet Street weighed down by ancient union agreements and strapped to out of date means of production, the major record companies are beginning to look like lumbering dinosaurs. Over the past ten years anybody with overtly commercial material would never have considered using the indie network.

Everybody with an eye on the Top Spot knew that the indie scene was for the spotty and marginal and people who celebrated the glories of being spotty and marginal.

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The majors were secure in their knowledge of this. All through these years, alongside the scratchy and austere indie labels, has grown what might be termed the independent service industries, providing services that previously only the majors could command: numerous pluggers, publicists, sales forces and, most important of all, reliable and comprehensive distribution.

All of these independent service industries are now highly organised and competing to cut deals with YOU the much sought after client. Each of these individual services will have a section dedicated to their own peculiar practices. However efficient and organised these service industries became, they could only do so much with the spotty and marginal. It was a turning point. That record not only became Number One in the UK it became an international smash.

It was as if having a Number One single was the last bastion of the majors. Certain cynics will point fingers and whinge that the indies of today will be just the majors of tomorrow. The manipulation of this control will become a very important creative form of expression in itself. Of course there is a place for the major record company in the future as there is still a place for brass bands, large national orchestras and Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals.

The precise function the major record companies will play in the music business as we turn the corner into the 21 st century is something we are not going to bother guessing at. One thing they and we suppose all major international companies are good at is moving the goal posts; probably because they owned them in the first place. As more and more creators of music begin to realise that it is possible to make records themselves and steer those records in whatever direction they want, at the same time as retaining all the copyright in the product thus a bigger chunk of the action, the attractiveness of signing your soul and its products away from now to eternity well at least fifty years after the day you die will become to look rather silly.

Nothing to do with ideology, just straight forward business sense. Twenty five years ago no unknown artist signing to a major record company would dare demand the right to only record their own material. The success of the Beatles changed that. In the past ten years it has become the trend for the writer of songs to retain the copyright of their work and either just get the publishers to administrate it, or have their own accountants do the lot.

If the rise of the UK indie label can be seen as a positive offspring of punk sensibilities, a very negative one was the cult of the very big advance. This can be traced back to the supposed situationalist shenanigans of Malcolm McClaren. The idea that the major record companies were some how being ripped off and some clever scam was being pulled was totally false.

The four living ex-members of the band have nothing left except fading memories of their glory days, like fuddled old soldiers; a front man trapped by his own cynicism and a corpse forever young. While the record companies and publishers involved are still getting bigger and stronger and the employees are busy negotiating their next rise over the expense account lunch.

Another point that we can throw in at this juncture is that down through the history of pop music the cult of the svengali figure has often risen. Svengalis might be very interesting characters but invariably make bad businessmen. They spend too much of their time cultivating their own image and coping with their own creative urges.

We repeat, it has only been possible since the beginning of to single-handedly achieve what this manual is all about. The myth of the major label deal is totally blown. Their might and power is too slow moving. Their seduction techniques threadbare and dated. The barn door cannot be closed. While the new technology might be the downfall of any kinds of standards in the world of television, in both printing and music the future is ours.

Every studio can get one for you. This programmer is going to be the person who will provide sample, originate, compute, even play all the music you will need on your record. We are afraid they will not be included in the price of the studio, but the studio manager should be able to sort out the going rate for you and cut the deal with him.

Get him booked for the full five days. Have a spot of lunch and read the following chapter. It will allay any doubts you might have in your talents as a hit song writer and explains the Golden Rules.

Between now and next Monday morning you are going to have to come up with the goods. Those goods are out there waiting for you to find before the others get there. It all becomes empty and meaningless. Lieber and Stoller could walk into a studio tomorrow and have a world wide Number One in three months if they were so motivated. The basic Golden Rules as far as they apply to writing a debut single that can go to Number One in the U.

Charts are as follows: Do not attempt the impossible by trying to work the whole thing out before you go into the studio. Do not try and sit down and write a complete song. Songs that have been written in such a way and reached Number One can only be done by the true song writing genius and be delivered by artists with such forceful convincing passion that the world HAS TO listen.

If they are any longer Radio One daytime DJs will start fading early or talking over the end, when the chorus is finally being hammered home — the most important part of any record. Thirdly, it must consist of an intro, a verse, a chorus, second verse, a second chorus, a breakdown section, back into a double length chorus and outro.

Fourthly, lyrics. You will need some, but not many. You will have to find the Frankenstein in you to make it work. Your magpie instincts must come to the fore.

If you think this just sounds like a recipe for some horrific monster, be reassured by us, all music can only be the sum or part total of what has gone before.

Every Number One song ever written is only made up from bits from other songs. There is no lost chord. No changes untried. No extra notes to the scale or hidden beats to the bar. There is no point in searching for originality. In the past, most writers of songs spent months in their lonely rooms strumming their guitars or bands in rehearsals have ground their way through endless riffs before arriving at the song that takes them to the very top.

Of course, most of them would be mortally upset to be told that all they were doing was leaving it to chance before they stumbled across the tried and tested. They have to believe it is through this sojourn they arrive at the grail; the great and original song that the world will be unable to resist. The Techno sound of Detroit, the most totally linear programmed music ever, lacking any human musicianship in its execution reeks of sweat, sex and desire.

The creators of that music just press a few buttons and out comes — a million years of pain and lust. We await the day with relish that somebody dares to make a dance record that consists of nothing more than an electronically programmed bass drum beat that continues playing the fours monotonously for eight minutes.

Then, when somebody else brings one out using exactly the same bass drum sound and at the same beats per minute B. There is no doubt, one will be better than the other. What we are basically saying is, if you have anything in you, anything unique, what others might term as originality, it will come through whatever the component parts used in your future Number One are made up from.

Creators of music who desperately search originality usually end up with music that has none because no room for their spirit has been left to get through. The complete history of the blues is based on one chord structure, hundreds of thousands of songs using the same three basic chords in the same pattern.

We know that the finished record contains as much of us in it as if we had spent three months locked away somewhere trying to create our master-work. The people who bought the record and who probably do not give a blot about the inner souls of Rockman Rock or King Boy D knew they were getting a record of supreme originality. Even if you were to, you have not got the time to take the trial and error route.

The simplest thing to do would be to flick through your copy of the Guinness Book of Hits, find a smash from a previous era and do a cover of it, dressing it up in the clothes of today.

Every year there is at least a couple of artists who get their debut Number One this way. Using an already proven song can give you a false sense of security when you are in the studio recording. You can end up under the illusion that the song is such a classic that whatever you do, the song itself will be able to carry it through.

You tend to loose your objectivity in the production of your version.

The all important radio producers hate nothing more than a classic song covered badly. The classic oldy, while fulfilling all the Golden Rules in pop, might have a lyrical content that may only ever relate to one period in pop history. Sometimes, almost the opposite can happen. The other negative in doing a cover version is you loose all the writing credit. That means you will earn no publishing money on the record, however many it sells. There is no denying that in picking the right smash from the past and recording it well will result in a sure fire success.

That decision was made long before you ever thought of having a Number One. If there is not a cover that takes your fancy the trick is to construct your song out of disguised, modified and enhanced parts of previous smashes, so that when those Radio One producers, T. We obviously took the middle route in not doing a straight cover, but in doing the above so blatantly that we had to give away the majority of our publishing thus losing a sizeable chunk of the readies.

It is basically the drum and bass patterns and all the other musical sounds on the record that are neither hummable or singalongable to. Groove is the underlying sex element of the record and we are afraid for U. It upsets our subliminal national moral code. We can cope with smut but not grind. Of course, there are the odd exceptions. In the same way that our sexual fantasies change and develop, sometimes double back over a period of months, so do our dance floor tastes in groove.

Black American records have always been the most reliable source of dance groove. These records down through the years have inevitably laid so much emphasis on the altar of groove and so very little into fulfilling the other Golden Rules that they very rarely break through into the U. Top Ten, let alone making the Number One spot. A by-product of this situation is that gangsters of the groove from Bo Diddley on down believe they have been ripped off, not only by the business but by all the artists that have followed on from them.

If the copyright laws had been in the hands of blacks of African descent, at least eighty per cent would have gone to the creators of the groove, the remainder split between the lyrics and the melody. If perchance you are reading this and you are both black and a lawyer, make a name for yourself. Right the wrongs.

The unknown track the DJ plays that gets both the biggest response on the floor and has you joining the throng will have the groove you are looking for. Either try and get the name of the track that night, or at least remember some stand out feature of the record. If you are lucky to have a specialist dance shop near you they should have this record you are after.

Pure dance music, if it has any lyrical content at all, will only deal in the emotions experienced within the four walls of a club late at night; basically desire and, more importantly, that area which is beyond desire at the very centre of the Human Psyche. Everything else is meaningless. Any creator of pure dance music that is attempting to communicate any other subject should be treated with deep suspicion.

With a danger of getting too carried away on our own pretensions we state that it is through dance music and dancing we are able to get momentarily back to the Garden. Of course, in the clear light of day this is all very silly. Of course drugs are something we cannot be seen to advocate, but we understand that a certain very expensive narcotic makes this a lot clearer.

Of course you do. There is an army of eager, young media types out there doing the research for you and writing it all up in any one of the competing youth-orientated journals. We of course used the Glitter beat, which was more by accident than design.

It being the most clubfooted white beat going, it goes against the grain of what we are advising above. Except on very rare occasions all pop music is rhythmically based on having four beats to the bar. You naturally tap your toe to the beat and every time you tap your toe four times is one bar, you naturally clap your hands or snap your fingers on every second beat twice every bar.

The speed of modern records is measured by the amount of beats per minute BPM there are in any given record. This enables any musicians who may play on a track to keep in perfect time. In bygone times records might have speeded up and slowed down throughout the performance thus an accurate BPM could not be quoted.

Heavy acid sessions the exception. Rap records traditionally vary between 90 and , but in an attempt to stay with the current Summer 88 domination of House, are speeding up. In doing this rap has lost some of its slow, mean and cool strut feel.

LL Cool J or Rakim would never be seen dead trying to rap at BPM but those whose commercial instincts are more important than their home boy cool may attempt it to keep their hit single profile high. The vast majority of regular club goers will not be able to dance to it and still look cool. Their love traumas and balls of confusion of hate and bile all rush by at some immeasurable blur of a BPM. As we have already mentioned, the Golden Rule for a classic Number One single is intro, verse one, chorus one, verse two, chorus two, breakdown section, double chorus, outro.

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Each of these sections will be made up of bars in groupings of multiples of four. So you might have an intro containing four bars, a verse sixteen bars and a chorus eight bars.

At times the first verses can be double length verses, or the second chorus a double length. These sort of decisions are not going to have to be finally made until you reach the mixing stage of the record, when the engineer will have to start editing the whole track to make it work in the most concise and exciting way possible within three minutes and thirty seconds.

Hopefully, at sometime over the remaining days of the week, you will have been able to get out to a club and found the groove you need, been able to buy it on vinyl and get it home. They begin to believe if they are not continually going to clubs they will miss out on something. The only thing that they do miss out on is themselves. Once in a club you have to leave your mind outside. It is the most important element in a hit single because it is the part that most people carry around with them in their head, when there is no radio to be heard, no video on TV.

If you have difficulty in forming a tune in your head or you feel a bit inhibited, flick through your copy of the Guinness Book of Hits and pick any Top Five record that takes your fancy and see if you can sing the chorus of it along to the track.

That one usually works and should get you going in the right direction but there are hundreds to choose from. The lyrics for the chorus must never deal with anything but the most basic of human emotions.

The cliches are the cliches because they deal with the emotional topics we all feel. No records are bought in vast quantities because the lyrics are intellectually clever or deal in strange and new ideas.

In fact, the lyrics can be quite meaningless in a literal sense but still have a great emotional pull. The ones slightly older needed a couple of pints inside them to clear away the mind debris left by the passing years before it made sense. As for girls and our chorus, we think they must have seen it as pure crap.

A fact that must have limited to zero our chances of staying at The Top for more than one week. Their most successful records will kick into the chorus with a line which encapsulates the entire emotional meaning of the song. This will obviously be used as the title. As soon as they had those lyrics written they must have known they could have taken out a block booking on the Number One slot.

History will put them up there with Spectre and the boys. The year that the pair of us spent working with Stock Aitkin and Waterman pulled into focus what we had learned about pop music throughout the rest of our lives. Michael Jackson may be the biggest singing star in the world. Sold more L. Number Ones. If he would like to make amends on this front he should start co-writing with the SAW team or read this manual. He has quite a bit to learn about the opening line of a chorus.

We have just taken a coffee break from writing this lot and while in the cafe have come up with the ultimate Stock Aitkin and Waterman chorus never written.

Morrisey has undoubtedly come up with some of the wittiest titles of the decade.Dito ka magdinner ha! This was a quick read for me. Pano ba?

Get your ass here ASAP! M aghah anap lan g ng crush no. This will be the form that a sizeable percentage of chart music will take for some time to come, long after the novelty of scratching and blatant sampling has worn off. End of Teaser John Fuller:Dr. Sabay tu ro sa may OUR.

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