At some point I want Glee to cover this, if only for the obnoxiousness of it all.
I remember sitting in my ninth grade lit class over a decade ago while having this song stuck in my head.
OH GOD. This reminds me if middle school dances. My friends and I would sit on the bench while this played and we would nod along to it, haha.
To be honest, I would see Sam and possibly Puck singing this. Plus it just adds to Sam having this weird obsession with blue.
But oh the memories of this song. I’m betting most of the teenagers wouldn’t get the song.
I was having a conversation with my 16 year old brother earlier today about how we are both weeping for the current teenage generation’s idea of music.
LOL I hope you would pick a better example of music than this, Michelle. It’s not helping the point. :P
This is Mozart compared to what’s on the radio now.
OMG WHAT IS THE TITLE OF THIS SONG. i remember this but i was too little to ever remember what the title of songs were. also i remember i had a ricky martin cd when i was like 6 and i thought my cd player was broken when i’d accidentally listen to the spanish versions. i was 6 okay.
"When Beethoven passed away, he was buried in a churchyard. A couple days later, the town drunk was walking through the cemetery and heard some strange noise coming from the area where Beethoven was buried. Terrified, the drunk ran and got the priest to come and listen to it. The priest bent close to the grave and heard some faint, unrecognizable music coming from the grave. Frightened, the priest ran and got the town magistrate. When the magistrate arrived, he bent his ear to the grave, listened for a moment, and said, "Ah, yes, that's Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, being played backwards." He listened a while longer, and said, "There's the Eighth Symphony, and it's backwards, too. Most puzzling." So the magistrate kept listening; "There's the Seventh... the Sixth... the Fifth..." Suddenly the realization of what was happening dawned on the magistrate; he stood up and announced to the crowd that had gathered in the cemetery, "My fellow citizens, there's nothing to worry about. It's just Beethoven decomposing."