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    Would have to be "Ebony & Ivory" by Paul McCartney.

    I mean, if 88 pieces of wood painted black and white can co-exist peacefully on a piano, then what is our problem, anyway?...

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    Cool

    Dougie, are you drunk?

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    That's his Hixmix impression.

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    Are you sure "Cherry Pie" by Warrant isn't the song you're looking for?

    MikeDog ducks to avoid the flames... ;^{)

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    Mike Dog:
    That one is way up there on my list..Pure poetry...Profoundly deep lyrics.
    Just when you are convinced he is talking about a popular dessert for family gatherings, bam!!..It hits you ...He's talking about a vagina...
    I don't know why their CD's are available in my Wal-Mart cut out bins..What an injustice.

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    Deepest song has to be Octopus's Garden...
    Ringo was in his prime then.....

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    Maybe "Suzanne" by Leonard Cohen?

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    "Joy to the World," by Three Dog Night

    Joy to the world
    All the boys and girls
    Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea
    Joy to you and me
    Da, da, da

    Deep!

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    Fishes? I thought "Fish" was the plural..
    Monty..Go rake Hoyt Axton for me!!!

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    My momma said that when I was a little kid I used to sing a song called "Set it Free" by Englebert Humperdink when I would take a dump.

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