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Topic History of: Sugar, Sugar
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Green Man JK2006 wrote:
My odd sense of humour proving a good tune, regarded and sneered at as pop, can become a rock hit heavily praised by critics.

No harm changing the formula.
JK2006 The thought of Tom simpering just sent my coffee out through my nose.
Honey JK2006 wrote:
My odd sense of humour proving a good tune, regarded and sneered at as pop, can become a rock hit heavily praised by critics.

To me, the sign of a good tune is if it works in different genres.


The exception being the craze for making a single unbearably slow, with vocals by a simpering breathy girl.
It torments me.

At least Tom Jones doesn't simper.
JK2006 My odd sense of humour proving a good tune, regarded and sneered at as pop, can become a rock hit heavily praised by critics.
Mr. Lobbers Was the point of your cover to do it like a prog band? And plus, how did you come up with such a thing?