JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,
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Things we learn that we'd rather not have had to experience to learn

"Born to be wild" does NOT work as a glacially slow, twangy, hillbilly-style country tune. Not even (I can't even decide if this is "not even" or "especially not" ... my brain is twitching too hard) when you keep changing the pace by singing the chorus really really fast (and far too many repetitions) before going back to glacially slow for the next verse.

(it started playing on the radio as I was checking my email while waiting for the kettle to boil and just finished now and I do not ever EVER EVER want to hear it again. ***shudders***)

P.S. The DJ, who normally has excellent taste, has now resumed playing tunes that are unlikely to cause permanent nervous system injury.
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